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New Zealand Plant Protection 54 (2001)

Horticultural Insects

Sticky pane monitoring of Froggatt's apple leafhopper and two beneficial insects in three orchard management systems

D.M. Suckling, A.R. Gibb and G.M. Burnip   pp. 1-9

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Alternative strategies to control New Zealand flower thrips on nectarines

G.F. McLaren and J.A. Fraser   pp. 10-14

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Survey of alternative host plants for Kelly's citrus thrips (Pezothrips kellyanus) in citrus growing regions

K. Froud, P. Stevens and D. Steven   pp. 15-20

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Larval feeding behaviour and toxicity of Bacillus thuringiensis against Ctenopseustis obliquana on avocados

P. Stevens, P. Jamieson, L.E. Jamieson and M. Knights   pp. 21-26

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Responses of two leafroller species to the photoactive dye Phloxine B

M.R. McNeill and S.L. Goldson   pp. 27-32

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Recent introduction and establishment of the leafroller parasitoid Trigonospila brevifacies (Hardy) (Diptera: Tachinidae) in Nelson

P.W. Shaw, P. Lo and D.R. Wallis   pp. 33-36

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Introduction of a parasitoid for mealybug biocontrol: a case study under new environmental legislation

J. Charles   pp. 37-41

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Preventative treatments for control of fungus gnats and shore flies

C.W. van Epenhuijsen, B.B.C Page and J.P. Koolaard   pp. 42-46

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Susceptibility of Diamondback moth (Plutella xylostella (L.)) larvae to the entomopathogenic fungus, Zoophthora radicans (Brefeld) Batko

H. Yeo, J.K. Pell, M. Walter, K.S.H. Boyd-Wilson, C. Snelling and D.M. Suckling   pp. 47-50

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Honey bee response to high concentrations of some new spray adjuvants

B.J. Donovan and G. Elliott   pp. 51-55

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Environmental Weeds & Pests

Pampas grass control with haloxyfop in conservations sites on difficult terrain

I. Popay and S. Timmins   pp. 56-60

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Woody weed dispersal by birds, wind and explosive dehiscence in New Zealand

R.B. Allen and W.G. Lee   pp. 61-66

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Host suitability of some eucalypts for development of the Eucalyptus leafroller (Strepsicrates macropetana)

N. Mauchline, T. Withers and Q. Wang   pp. 67-70

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Calibration of possum density estimates from raised leg-hold traps

M. Thomas and J.A. Brown   pp. 71-75

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Vegetable Pathology

Effects of washing additives on the incidence of rots and an enumeration of surface microbes in stored squash

H. Krishna, A. Carpenter and F. Potter   pp. 76-79

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Brassica crops and a Streptomyces sp. as potential biocontrol for clubroot of brassicas

L-H Cheah, G. Kent and S. Gowers   pp. 80-83

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Compatibility of the biocontrol agent Trichoderma harzianum C52 with selected fungicides

K.L. McLean, J. Hunt and A. Stewart   pp. 84-88

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Application timing of Coniothyrium minitans A69 influences biocontrol of Sclerotinia minor in lettuce

  pp. 89-92

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Ecological Impacts of GMOs

Ecological risks and benefits of transgenic plants

G. L÷vei   pp. 93-100

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Investigating gene introgression from rape to wild turnip

T.E Jenkins, A.J. Conner and C.M. Frampton   pp. 101-104

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Impacts of transgenic plants and micro-organisms on soil biota

M. O'Callaghan and T.R. Glare   pp. 105-110

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Pasture Weeds & Pests

Effect of perennial ryegrass density on ragwort emergence

M.L. Armstrong, S. Seefeldt and K.C. Harrington   pp. 111-115

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Effect of plant condition on oviposition by ragwort flea beetle

B.B.C Page, K. Betteridge, P.G. McGregor, J. Rapson and D.A. Costall   pp. 116-119

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Giant buttercup (Ranunculus acris L.) control in dairy pasture using a mycoherbicide based on Sclerotinia sclerotiorum

I. Harvey and G. Bourd˘t   pp. 120-124

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Formulation of Serratia entomophila for biological control of grass grub

V.W. Johnson, J. Pearson and T.A. Jackson   pp. 125-127

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Effect of soil moisture and temperature on survival of microbial control agents

M. O'Callaghan, E. Gerard and V.W. Johnson   pp. 128-135

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The population dynamics of Heterodera trifolii in a Manawatu pasture

P.P. Kyi, P.G. Long and C. Mercer   pp. 136-140

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Relationship between Sitona lepidus larval numbers and white clover seed production

P.J. Gerard   pp. 141-146

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Importation to New Zealand quarantine of a candidate biological control agent of clover root weevil

S.L. Goldson, C. Phillips, M.M. McNeill, J.R Proffitt and R.P. Cane   pp. 147-151

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Arable Weeds, Pests & Diseases

Herbicide resistance in black nightshade and Onehunga weed

K.C. Harrington, A.J. Ward and D.M Wells   pp. 152-156

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Cross-resistance in chlorsulfuron-resistant chickweed (Stellaria media)

S. Seefeldt, E. Peters, M.L. Armstrong and A. Rahman   pp. 157-161

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Control of weeds in imidazolinone tolerant maize with imazethapyr plus imazapyr

T.K. James, A. Rahman and J. Gray   pp. 162-167

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Weed seedbank dynamics in maize under different herbicide regimes

A. Rahman, T.K. James, J. Mellsop and N. Grbavac   pp. 168-173

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Evaluation of mechanical weed management techniques on weed and crop populations

S.J. Reddiex, S.D. Wratten, G.D. Hill, G. Bourd˘t and C.M. Frampton   pp. 174-178

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Evaluation of the pathogenicity of Phoma exigua var. exigua on Californian thistle

S.L. Bithell and A. Stewart   pp. 179-183

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Farmer perceptions of bird damage and control in arable crops

J. Coleman and E. B. Spurr   pp. 184-187

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Can artificial Neural Network Systems be used for forecasting aphid flight patterns?

G. Lankin, S.P. Worner, S. Samarasinghe and D.A.J. Teulon   pp. 188-192

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Fusarium levels in grain harvested from New Zealand wheat and barley crops in 2000

M.G. Cromey, R.A. Parkes and P.M. Fraser   pp. 193-197

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Inheritance of resistance to Ascochyta blight in lentil

G. Ye, D.L. McNeil and G.D. Hill   pp. 198-201

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Horticultural Pathology

Extracellular enzymes of Chondrostereum purpureum, causal fungus of silverleaf disease

R.M. Simpson, R. van Hekezen, F. van Lune, D. Brewster, J.T. Christeller and A.G. Spiers   pp. 202-208

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Evaluation of acibenzolar-s-methyl for induction of resistance in camellia flowers to Ciborinia camelliae infection

R. F. van Toor, M.V. Jaspers and A. Stewart   pp. 209-212

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Water and inoculation method affect germination and penetration by Ciborinia camelliae

V. Vingnana-Singam, P.G. Long and R.E. Rowland   pp. 213-219

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Bacteriophages: a potential biocontrol agent against walnut blight (Xanthomonas campestris pv juglandis)

D.L. McNeil, S. Romero, J. Kandula, C. Stark, A. Stewart and S. Larsen   pp. 220-224

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Sensitivity of Phaeomoniella chlamydospora to fungicides in vitro

M.V. Jaspers   pp. 225-228

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Insects On Vegetables

Lack of relationship between aphid virus vector activity and potato leaf roll virus incidence

D.A.J. Teulon and M.A.W. Stufkens   pp. 229-234

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Aphids species on potato crops in Canterbury

M.A.W. Stufkens and D.A.J. Teulon   pp. 235-239

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Thiamethoxam seed coating on rape seed for the control of cabbage aphid Brevicoryne brassicae (L.)

N.C. Schroeder and A.J. Dumbleton   pp. 240-243

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Effect of temperature on predation by Tasmanian lacewing larvae

S.S. Islam and R.B. Chapman   pp. 244-247

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Poster Abstracts

Potential biocontrol agents against Ciborinia camelliae

V. Vingnana Singam, P.G. Long and R.E. Rowland   p. 248

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Mechanisms of resistance to Ciborinia camelliae in Camellia spp

V. Vingnana Singam, P.G. Long and R.E. Rowland   p. 248

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Monoxenic culture of Heterodera trifolii on white clover (Trifolium repens)

P.P. Kyi, P.G. Long, C.F. Mercer, R.A. Skipp and G.W. Yeates   p. 249

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Rating camellia species for resistance to Ciborinia camelliae Kohn

C.H. Taylor, P.G. Long and R.E. Bradshaw   p. 249

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Characterization of Verticillium isolates which are pathogenic to passionvine hopper (Scolypopa australis)

R.K. Marshall, M.T. Lester and J.T. Christeller   p. 250

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Earthworm feeding on perennial ryegrass seed and seedlings and the effect of endophyte

J.G. Baltus   p. 250

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Cultural requirements of Phaeomoniella chlamydospora

S. A. Whiteman, A. Stewart, M. C. Trought and M. V. Jaspers   p. 251

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A laboratory rearing method for Porina

A.J. Popay   p. 251

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Do mulched prunings pose a disease risk for grapes?

D.C. Mundy and R.H. Agnew   p. 252

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Scanning electron microscopy of leaf surfaces of greenhouse grown vegetables

H. Krishna and A. Carpenter   p. 252

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Localised severe incidence of barley yellow dwarf virus in winter wheat

D.A.J. Teulon, J.D. Fletcher and M.G. Cromey   p. 253

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Genetic variation within New Zealand populations of Phaeomoniella chlamydospora

B. Pottinger, H.J. Ridgway, B.E. Sleight and A. Stewart   p. 253

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A technique for rearing Megaphragma spp., an egg parasitoid of greenhouse thrips

A. Chhagan   p. 254

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Electronically monitored feeding behaviour of Myzus persicae on four different host plants

M. Sandanayaka and P. Connolly   p. 254

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Tracking the dispersal of Botrytis cinerea in the vineyard system

A. Seyb, M. Trought, C. Frampton, R. Balasubramaniam and M. Jaspers   p. 255

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Formulations for delivery of micro-organisms to soil

V.W. Johnson, J.F. Pearson and T.A. Jackson   p. 255

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Plant Pest Information Network (PPIN): an active information system to support your research

K.L. Beal and A.E. Tier   p. 256

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Odontria smithii defoliates olives in the Waihopai valley

R.J. Townsend, S. Hurni and T.A. Jackson   p. 256

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Radumeris tasmaniensis saussure in New Zealand: distribution and potential host range

B. Willoughby, D. Wilson and B. Barratt   p. 257

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GC-EAD studies of striped cucumber beetle (Acalymma vittatum) aggregation pheromone

B. Morris and R. Rice Smyth   p. 257

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Botrytis fruit rot and microfungal populations on conventionally and organically produced strawberries

N.W. Waipara and M. Torp   p. 258

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Appendices

Presidential address to the 53rd NZ Plant Protection Conference on 9 August 2000

D.M. Suckling   pp. 260-262

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Annual report of the Secretary for the 2000-2001 year

L.J. McKay   p. 263

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NZPPS Research Scholarship - Sean Bithell, Janet Seconi

  p. 264

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Material from these papers was presented at the New Zealand Plant Protection Society's Annual Conference held at Quality Hotel, Palmerston North on 14-16 August 2001.

This volume was edited by S.M. Zydenbos and published by The New Zealand Plant Protection Society Inc.

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