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New Zealand Plant Protection 56 (2003)

Introduction

Foreword

S.L. Goldson   p. xv

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Biosecurity

Risk assessments of weed seeds on imported fresh produce

A.I. Popay, T.K. James, W.M. Williams and A. Rahman   pp. 1-4

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Biosecurity approaches to surveillance and response for new plant pest species

B.P. Stephenson, G.S.C. Gill, J.L. Randall and J.A. Wilson   pp. 5-9

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Resource requirements for national active surveillance programmes of high impact exotic pests in New Zealand

S. Ganev and M. Braithwaite   pp. 10-15

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Tussock moth species arriving on imported used vehicles determined by DNA analysis

K.F. Armstrong, P. McHugh, W. Chinn, E.R. Frampton and P.J. Walsh   pp. 16-20

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Applying the sterile insect technique for biosecurity: benefits and constraints

D.M. Suckling   pp. 21-26

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Distribution, host range and flight pattern of the lettuce aphid in New Zealand

M.A.W. Stufkens and D.A.J. Teulon   pp. 27-32

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Distribution and flight activity of the Monterey pine aphid in New Zealand

A.R. Flynn, D.A.J. Teulon and M.A.W. Stufkens   pp. 33-38

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Forestry

Monitoring Monterey pine aphids in Hawke's Bay forests

D.A.J. Teulon, T.J.B. Herman and M.M. Davidson   pp. 39-44

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Monitoring Essigella californica populations in Bay of Plenty forests

C. Appleton and B.A. Gresham   pp. 45-50

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The seasonal abundance of the newly established parasitoid complex of the Eucalyptus tortoise beetle (Paropsis charybdis)

D.C. Jones and T.M. Withers   pp. 51-55

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Optimum spot weed control treatment for a New Zealand radiata pine (Pinus radiata) plantation

S.F. Gous, B. Richardson and M.O. Kimberley   pp. 56-60

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Development of simple models for agrichemical uptake into plant foliage

J.A. Zabkiewicz and W.A. Forster   pp. 61-65

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Vertebrate Pests

An improved 1080 paste for control of possums (Trichosurus vulpecula)

J.G. Ross and R.J. Henderson   pp. 66-70

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An evaluation of two long-life baits containing diphacinone for the control of ferrets (Mustela furo)

J.G. Ross and R.J. Henderson   pp. 71-76

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Optimising possum control using encapsulated cyanide (Feratox®)

M.D. Thomas, F.W. Maddigan, J.A. Brown and M. Trotter   pp. 77-80

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Comparison of trap-catch and bait interference methods for estimating possum densities

  pp. 81-85

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Attractiveness of possum apple baits to native birds and honey bees

M.D. Thomas, F.W. Maddigan and L.A. Sessions   pp. 86-89

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Horticultural Pathology

In vitro evaluation of fungal isolates and nutrient amendments for enhancing apple leaf decay

K. Tshomo, M. Walter, A. Stewart and M.V. Jaspers   pp. 90-94

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Treatment of overwintering apple leaves to reduce primary inoculum of apple black spot

K. Tshomo, I.J. Horner, M. Walter, A. Stewart and M.V. Jaspers   pp. 95-99

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A multi-access LUCID™ key to common plant pathogenic fungi causing diseases of temperate crops

H.F. Neilson and T.M. Stewart   pp. 100-102

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Boysenberry decline: identification and control of a serious disease of boysenberries

G. Langford, J. Stanley, M.T. Andersen and M. Braithwaite   pp. 103-105

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Field survey to assess spread of new asparagus diseases in Queensland

L-H Cheah, C.M. Horlock and R.D. Davis   pp. 106-108

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Genetic basis of copper resistance in New Zealand strains of Pseudomonas syringae

J.L. Vanneste and M.D. Voyle   pp. 109-112

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Pasture

Survival of Scotch thistle seed buried at three depths in four New Zealand soils

T.K. James and A. Rahman   pp. 113-117

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Compatibility of microbial control agents Serratia entomophila and Beauveria bassiana with selected fertilisers

R.J. Townsend, M. O'Callaghan, V.W. Johnson and T.A. Jackson   pp. 118-122

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The effect of endophyte (Neotyphodium uncinatum) in meadow fescue on grass grub larvae

A.J. Popay, R.J. Townsend and L.R. Fletcher   pp. 123-128

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Feeding habituation to red clover by clover root weevil adults

P.J. Gerard and J.R. Crush   pp. 129-132

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Allozyme variation between European and New Zealand populations of Microctonus aethiopoides

I.I. Iline and C.B. Phillips   pp. 133-137

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Negative effects of strain hybridisation on the biocontrol agent Microctonus aethiopoides

S.L. Goldson, M.R. McNeill and J.R. Proffitt   pp. 138-142

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Denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis - a tool for plant protection research

M. O'Callaghan, E.M. Gerard, G.H.J. Heilig, H. Zhang, T.A. Jackson and T.R. Glare   pp. 143-150

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Horticultural Entomology

Comparison of two methods for sampling thrips in nectarines in spring

P.L. Lo and G.F. McLaren   pp. 151-156

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New Zealand flower thrips and their impact on nectarine fruit diseases

G.F. McLaren, J.A. Fraser and P.A. Alspach   pp. 157-163

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The impact of early season insecticides on biological control of apple leafcurling midge (Dasineura mali)

P.W. Shaw, D.R. Wallis and D.J. Rogers   pp. 164-167

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Understorey influence on leafroller populations in Hawke's Bay organic apple orchards

D.J. Rogers, J.T.S. Walker, I.C. Moen, F. Weibel, P.L. Lo and L.M. Cole   pp. 168-173

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Mortality of various lepidopteran larvae infected by New Zealand Zoophthora radicans isolates from different hosts

M. Walter, F.J.L. Stavely, R.B. Chapman, J.K. Pell, T.R. Glare, P.A. Alspach and S.M. Zydenbos   pp. 174-179

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Evaluation of pheromone trapping for prediction of diamondback moth infestations in vegetable brassicas

G.P. Walker, A.R. Wallace, R. Bush, F.H. MacDonald and D.M. Suckling   pp. 180-184

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Effect of parasitism by Aphidius eadyi (Hymenoptera: Aphidiidae) on reproduction of pea aphid, Acyrthosiphon pisum (Hemiptera: Aphididae)

X.Z. He, Q. Wang and D.A.J. Teulon   pp. 185-189

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Preliminary assessment of COI and ITS1 sequence variation in Fuller's rose weevil

C.V. Mander, C.B. Phillips, T.R. Glare and R.B. Chapman   pp. 190-193

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Avidin expression does not increase speed of kill of Spodoptera litura by baculovirus

L.N. Gatehouse, N.P. Markwick, J. Poulton and J.T. Christeller   pp. 194-200

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Weeds

The effect of temperature and scarification method on gorse (Ulex europaeus L.) seed germination

C.R. Sixtus, G.D. Hill and R.R. Scott   pp. 201-205

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Impact of Exapion ulicis (Förster) (Coleoptera: Apionidae) on gorse seed viability

C.R. Sixtus, G.D. Hill and R.R. Scott   pp. 206-210

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Trends in weed management in New Zealand orchards

A. Pearson   pp. 211-214

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Relationship between soil seedbank and field populations of grass weeds in maize

A. Rahman, T.K. James, J.M. Mellsop and N. Grbavac   pp. 215-219

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Grass weed control and herbicide tolerance in cereals

M.P. Rolston, W.J. Archie, K. Reddy and F. Dastgheib   pp. 220-226

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Chemical control of brome grasses (Bromus spp.) in cereals

F. Dastgheib, M.P. Rolston and W.J. Archie   pp. 227-232

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Arable Entomology & Pathology

A comparison of methods for trapping rice weevils in stored wheat

C.W. van Epenhuijsen, M.J. Bendall and A. Sartie   pp. 233-238

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Effects of flowers on parasitoid longevity and fecundity

S.D. Wratten, B.I. Lavandero, J. Tylianakis, D. Vattala, T. Cilgi and R. Sedcole   pp. 239-245

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Influence of crop growth and weather conditions on speckled leaf blotch in winter wheat

T. Armour, S.L.H. Viljanen-Rollinson, S.F. Chng, R.C. Butler, M.G. Cromey, P.D. Jamieson and R.F. Zyskowski   pp. 246-250

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Pathogenic variation in Drechslera teres in New Zealand

M.G. Cromey and R.A. Parkes   pp. 251-256

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Farmer survey of yellow dwarf viruses in autumn-sown cereals in Canterbury

G. Greer and D.A.J. Teulon   pp. 257-261

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Poster Abstracts

The attractiveness of the pheromone (z)-7-tetradecenal to citrus flower moth (Prays nephelomima)

L.E. Jamieson, A.R. Gibb, D.M. Suckling and P.S. Stevens   p. 262

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Effects of adult feeding on longevity of the parasitiod Trigonospila brevifacies

L.E. Jamieson, P.S. Stevens and K.J. Froud   p. 262

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Morphology of galls induced by woolly apple aphid on apple

M. Sandanayaka, P. Sutherland and M. Heffer   p. 263

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Oviposition preference of Cnephasia jactatana Walker (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae) on kiwifruit

A. Jiménez-Pérez and Q. Wang   p. 263

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Response of western flower thrips to visual and odour cues in a wind tunnel

M.M. Davidson, R.C. Butler and D.A.J. Teulon   p. 264

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Characterisation of apple stem grooving virus in kiwifruit from China

G.R.G. Clover, M.N. Pearson, D.R. Elliott, Z. Tang, T.E. Smales and B.J.R. Alexander   p. 264

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Probing behaviour of passion vine hopper on selected host plants

M. Sandanayaka and D.P. Logan   p. 265

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Suppression of Botrytis cinerea sporulation on strawberry leaves

S. Card, M.V. Jaspers, M. Walter, A. Sztejnberg and A. Stewart   p. 265

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The epidemiology of viruses affecting buttercup squash production in tonga

V. Kami, M.N. Pearson and J.G. Charles   p. 266

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Novel targets for sustainable control of apple blackspot

R.W. Chynoweth, S.S. Hung and K.M. Plummer   p. 266

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Validation of quantitative pcr for onion white rot diagnosis

D. Nicol, H.J. Ridgway and A. Stewart   p. 267

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Mitotyping - an effective strategy to identify Africanised honeybees for New Zealand biosecurity?

K.F. Armstrong, P.W. Holder and W. Chinn   p. 267

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Silencing of the pathogens - a revolutionary plant molecular defence system for pathogen resistance

C.C. Eady,, H.J. Ridgway, S.R. Bulman,, A. Stewart and A.J. Conner,   p. 268

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Developing action thresholds for aphids transmitting BYDV in autumn sown wheat

G.O. Lankin, D.A.J. Teulon, S.P. Worner and M.A.W. Stufkens   p. 268

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Evaluation of current aphid control measures to limit virus infection in potatoes

R.F. van Toor and D.A.J. Teulon   p. 269

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Integrated pest and disease management (IPM) for outdoor lettuce

G.P. Walker, P.J. Workman, M.A.W. Stufkens, P.J. Wright, J.D. Fletcher, M.S. Qureshi and S.I. Davis   p. 269

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Determination of when Wiseana copularis larvae begin feeding on perennial ryegrass and white clover

C.M. Ferguson, D.A. Barton and K.E. Crook   p. 270

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The field evaluation of Phoma exigua as a biocontrol against Californian thistle (Cirsium arvense)

N.W.Waipara   p. 270

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Controlling giant buttercup with Sclerotinia sclerotiorum

M.L. Verkaaik, G.A. Hurrell, V.W. Johnson and G.W. Bourdôt   p. 271

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Characterisation of biotic factors affecting the pathogenicity of a Sclerotinia sclerotiorum-based mycoherbicide

B.M. Pottinger, H.J. Ridgway, G.W. Bourdôt and A. Stewart   p. 271

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Septoria leaf blight in young Eucalyptus nitens plantations

I.A. Hood, S.J. Chapman, J.F. Gardner, M.O. Kimberley and K. Molony   p. 272

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Dothistromin toxin and needle blight of pines

R.E. Bradshaw, P.G. Long and P. West   p. 272

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Development of an attractant for the Australian gum leaf skeletoniser, Uraba lugens, a recent biosecurity incursion

A.R. Gibb, D.M. Suckling, S. Fielder, J.M. Allen, L.E. Jamieson, G. Clare, M.L. Larsen and G.H. Walter   p. 273

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Can understorey diversity in pine plantations affect pest lepidoptera and their natural enemies?

L.A. Berndt and E.G. Brockerhoff   p. 273

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Precision delivery of semiochemicals/olfactory stimuli using a piezoelectric sprayer

A.M. El-Sayed   p. 274

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Phytotoxicity of agrochemical adjuvants on avocados

R.E. Gaskin, M.E. Hofstee and G.S. Elliott   p. 274

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Spray Tutor: computer based training for spray drift management

P. Bell, S.F. Gous, M. Haslett, L. Lester, R. Lewthwaite, J.F. Maber, B. Richardson, W. Schou and J.A. Zabkiewicz   p. 275

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Improved forest vegetation management using VMAN

B. Richardson, W. Schou, M.O. Kimberley and S.F. Gous   p. 275

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Efficacy of mechanical weed management in organic process vegetables

S.J. Reddiex, S.D. Wratten, G.W. Bourdôt, C.N. Merfield and G.D. Hill   p. 276

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Koiora-Bioassist™: an application for biodiversity and environmental assessment

C. Appleton, T. Crosby and M. Larivière   p. 276

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Appendices

Presidential address to the 55th NZ Plant Protection Conference on 14 August 2002

S.L. Goldson   pp. 278-279

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NZPPS Research Scholarship - Debra Gauntlett, Deborah Hackell

  p. 280

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Obituary - Nigel Barlow

  p. 281

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Tragedy - Crop & Food Research

  p. 282

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Material from these papers was presented at the New Zealand Plant Protection Society's Annual Conference held at Chateau on the Park, Christchurch on 12-14 August 2003.

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

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