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New Zealand Plant Protection 58 (2005)

Introduction

Foreword

A.I. Popay   p. xiii

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Biosecurity

Improving border biosecurity: potential economic benefits to New Zealand

D.J. Kriticos, C.B. Phillips and D.M. Suckling   pp. 1-6

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Estimating the probability of eradication of painted apple moth from Auckland

J.M. Kean and D.M. Suckling   pp. 7-11

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Effectiveness of Foray 48B over time after application against the painted apple moth

J.G. Charles, D.J. Allan, A. Chhagan and L.E. Jamieson   pp. 12-16

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Evaluating the benefits of dose-response bioassays during aerial pest eradication operations

B. Richardson, M.K. Kay, M.O. Kimberley, J.G. Charles and B.A. Gresham   pp. 17-23

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Thrips palmi — potential survival and population growth in New Zealand

A.E.A. Stephens and P.R. Dentener   pp. 24-30

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Chemistry of the sex pheromone gland of the fall webworm, Hyphantria cunea, discovered in New Zealand

A.M. El-Sayed, AR. Gibb and D.M. Suckling   pp. 31-36

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Fruit Disease Management

Reducing the impact of fruit spoilage diseases on New Zealand's fruit export industries

R.M. Beresford   pp. 37-41

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Taxonomy of fruit-rotting fungal pathogens: what's really out there?

P.R. Johnston, S.R. Pennycook and M.A. Manning   pp. 42-46

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Biological control of fruit pathogens

R.A.G. Elmer, S.M. Hoyte, J.L. Vanneste, T. Reglinski, R.N. Wood and F.J. Parry   pp. 47-54

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Ecological alternatives for disease management of fruit rot pathogens

K.R. Everett, J.L. Vanneste, I.C. Hallett and M. Walter   pp. 55-61

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Multiple strategies for effective pathogen control

T.M. Spiers, R.A.G. Elmer, R.N. Wood, T. Reglinski and K.G. Tate   pp. 62-67

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Novel approaches to controlling fruit pathogens

R.E. Beever, K.M. Plummer and K.V. Wurms   pp. 68-73

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Present status of strawberry fruit rot diseases in New Zealand

O.E. Timudo-Torrevilla, K.R. Everett, N.W. Waipara, K.S.H. Boyd-Wilson Weeds, G.I. Langford and M. Walter   pp. 74-79

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Comparing surface wetness inside and outside grape canopies for region-wide assessment of plant disease risk

W.R. Henshall, R.M. Beresford, R.W. Chynoweth and P. Ramankutty   pp. 80-83

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The efficacy of fungicides and biocontrol agents for control of Glomerella cingulata on Satsuma mandarins

K.R. Everett and T. Machin   pp. 84-88

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Testing efficacy of fungicides against postharvest pathogens of avocado (Persea americana cv. Hass)

K.R. Everett, S.G. Owen and J.G.M. Cutting   pp. 89-95

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Sulphur as an alternative to copper for the control of bacterial blast on nectarine fruit

G.E. McLaren, J.L. Vanneste and R.R. Marshall   pp. 96-100

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Copper and streptomycin resistance in bacterial strains isolated from stone fruit orchards in New Zealand

J.L Vanneste, G.E McLaren, J. Yu, D.A. Conzish and R. Boyd   pp. 101-105

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Effect of prohexadione-calcium on nectar composition of pomaceous flowers and on bacterial growth

F. Spinelli, J.L Vanneste, G.L. Marcazzjin, A.G. Sabatini and G. Costa   pp. 106-111

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Pasture Insects

The impact of tall fescue (Festuca arundinacea) endophyte (Neotyphodium spp.) on non-target soil nematodes

N.L. Bell   pp. 112-116

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Soil biota associated with endophyte-infected tall fescue in the field

A.J. Popay and J.G. Jensen   pp. 117-121

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Establishment of Serratia entomophila in soil from a granular formulation

M. O'Callaghan and F.M. Gerard   pp. 122-125

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Leaf herbivory by clover root weevil adults — how much do they eat?

P.J. Gerard and D.L. Hackell   pp. 126-130

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Assays to determine the predatory ability of Pergamasus against clover flea

T.M. Eden, D.J. Wilson and D.L. Hackell   pp. 131-134

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Measuring parasitoid carbohydrate levels to improve biological control

H.D. Vattala, S.D. Wratten, C.B. Phillips, E.L. Wackers and S.P Worner   pp. 135-139

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Weeds

Interspecific competition between Rhinocyllus conicus and Urophora soistitialis L. on nodding thistle in Canterbury?

M.R. McNeill and C.J. Fletcher   pp. 140-147

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Horizontal seed dispersion patterns of Californian thistle (Cirsium arvense)

I.A. Wallace, J.PJ. Eerens, A. Rahman and B.D. Clarkson   pp. 148-151

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Fathen (Chenopodium album): a biotype resistant to dicamba

T.K. James, A. Rahman and J.M. Meilsop   pp. 152-156

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Efficacy of several organic herbicides and glyphosate formulations under simulated rainfall

T.K. James and A. Rahman   pp. 157-163

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Long term ground cover options for apple orchards

K.C. Harrington, M.J. Hartley, A. Rahman and T.K. James   pp. 164-168

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Control strategies for Madeira vine (Anredera cordifolia)

H.J. Webb and K.C. Harrington   pp. 169-173

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Adjuvant Technology

Influence of dose and molecular weight on foliar mass uptake of surfactant

C.M. Nielsen, K.D. Steele, W.A. Forster and J.A. Zabkiewicz   pp. 174-178

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Characterising plant surfaces for spray adhesion and retention

R.E. Gaskin, K.D. Steele and W.A. Forster   pp. 179-183

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Insect Pests of Trees & Crops

Suitability of valued eucalypt species for the larval development of the gum leaf skeletoniser, Uraba lugens

K.J.B. Potter and A.E.A. Stephens   pp. 184-190

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Parasitism of gum leaf skeletoniser (Uraba lugens) in New Zealand

S. Mansfield, D.J. Kriticos, K.J.B. Potter and M.C. Watson   pp. 191-196

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Influence of grass species on the foraging behaviour of Platygaster hiemalis, a parasitoid of the Hessian fly, Mayetiola destructor

T.M. Withers and M.O. Harris   pp. 197-201

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The effect of parasitism by Aphidius ervi on development and reproduction of the pea aphid, Acyrthosiphon pisum

X.Z. He, Q. Wang and D.A.J. Teulon   pp. 202-207

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Distribution of western (Glasshouse strain) and intonsa flower thrips in New Zealand

D.A.J. Teulon and M-C. Nielsen   pp. 208-212

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Between and within field variability of New Zealand indigenous flower visitors to onions

B.G. Howlett, B.J. Donovan, J.A. McCallum, L.E. Newstrom and D.A.J. Teulon   pp. 213-218

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Impact of pheromone trap design, placement and pheromone blend on catch of potato tuber moth

T.J.B. Herman, J.R. Clearwater and C.M. Triggs   pp. 219-223

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Parasitism of tomato fruitworm larvae in process tomatoes at Pukekohe

G.P Walker, T.J.B. Herman, M.S. Qureshi, S. Winkler and A.R. Wallace   pp. 224-228

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Carrot seed coating with bacteria for seedling protection from grass grub damage

D.A. Wright, J. Swaminathan, M. Blaser and T.A. Jackson   pp. 229-233

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Grass grub damage and mycorrhizal colonisation of grapevine rootstocks

D.C. Mundy, P.A. Alspach and J. Dufay   pp. 234-238

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Plant Pathology

Virus surveys of lettuce crops and management of lettuce big-vein disease in New Zealand

J.D. Fletcher, C.M. France and R.C. Butler   pp. 239-244

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Dormancy of Sclerotium cepivorum sclerotia in New Zealand soils

K.L McLean, G.E. Harper, C.M. Frampton and A. Stewart   pp. 245-250

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Evaluation of selected fungal isolates for the control of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum using cabbage pot bioassays

N. Rabeendran, E.E. Jones, D.J. Moot and A. Stewart   pp. 251-255

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Latent periods of septoria tritici blotch on ten cultivars of wheat

S.L.H. Viljanen-Rollinson, M.V. Marroni, R.C. Butler, Y. Deng and T. Armour   pp. 256-260

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Evaluation of the susceptibility of various grass species to Gaeumannomyces graminis var. tritici

S.F Chng, M.G. Cromey and R.C. Butler   pp. 261-267

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Susceptibility of New Zealand wheat cultivars to sharp eyespot

M.G. Cromey, R.C. Butler, C.A. Munro and S.C. Shorter   pp. 268-272

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Sources of variation in a field evaluation of the incidence and severity of olive leaf spot

E.O. Obanor, M. Walter, E.E. Jones and M.V. Jaspers   pp. 273-277

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In vitro effects of fungicides on conidium germination of Spilocaea oleagina, the cause of olive leaf spot

E.O. Obanor, M. Walter, E.E. Jones and M.V. Jaspers   pp. 278-282

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Horticultural Insects

Distribution and new host records for Cosmospora aurantiicola and Cosmospora flammea: entomopathogens of Diaspididae in New Zealand

J.L. Tyson, R.C. Henderson, R.A. Fullerton, L.E. Jamieson and K.J.Froud   pp. 283-287

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A technique for measuring growth rate and survival of armoured scale insects

M.G. Hill, N.A. Mauchline, L.R. Cate and P.G. Connolly   pp. 288-293

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Settlement of armoured scale insects on fruit of commercial Actinidia spp.

N.A. Mauchline and M.G. Hill   pp. 294-298

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Natural enemies of citrus red mite (Panonychus citri) in citrus orchards

L.E. Jamieson, J.G. Charles, P.S. Stevens, C.E. McKenna and R. Bawden   pp. 299-305

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Phenology of apple leafcurling midge (Dasineura mali) in relation to parasitism by Platygaster demades

P.W. Shaw, D.R. Wallis, P.A. Alspach and W.R.M. Sandanayaka   pp. 306-310

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Role of olfaction in host selection by Pseudaphycus maculipennis (Hymenoptera: Encyrtidae)

W.R.M. Sandanayaka, J.G. Charles and P. Ramankutty   pp. 311-314

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Poster Abstracts

Postharvest disinfestation of new diseases on asparagus

D.R. Beasley, C.M. Horlock and L-H. Cheah   p. 315

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Influence of crop rotation on soil-borne diseases of potato crops in Manawatu

L-H. Cheah and A.T Marsh   p. 315

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Pesticide compatibility of bacterial biological control agents with the potential to control aphanomyces root rot in peas

N. Bolstridge, E.E. Jones and A. Stewart   p. 316

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Occurrence and diversity of Trichoderma spp. in vegetable cropping systems

E.L.T Bourguignon, K.L. McLean, E.E. Jones, L.M. Condron and A. Stewart   p. 316

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Apple orchard management practices affect microbial populations on leaves and fruit

M. Walter, K.S.H. Boyd-Wilson, E.O. Obanor, P.A. Alspach, R.R. Marshall, C.M. Frampton and N.W. Waipara   p. 317

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Relationships between pear fruit surface Botrytis cinerea and Penicillium expansum spore levels and fruit decay

R.A. Spotts, M. Serdani, M. Walter and P. Harris-Virgin   p. 317

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Partial characterisation of two unidentified Carla-like viruses from Dioscorea opposita (Discoreaceae) and Gynura sp. (Asteraceae)

B.S.M. Lebas, E.M. Ochoa-Corona, D.R. Elliott, J.Z. Tang and B.J.R. Alexander   p. 318

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Detection of Poinsettia mosaic virus in Euphorbia species in New Zealand

B.S.M. Lebas, E.M. Ochoa-Corona, D.R. Elliott, J.Z. Tang and B.J.R. Alexander   p. 318

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Tibouchina sp. and Anemone x hybrida, new hosts of Strawberry latent ringspot virus in New Zealand

J.Z. Tang, E.M. Ochoa-Corona, B.S.M. Lebas, D.R. Elliott and B.J.R. Alexander   p. 319

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Utilising carrot disks to screen potential biopesticides against Pratylenchus penetrans

L.T Davis and N.L Bell   p. 319

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Effects of genetically modified aprotinin-expressing tobacco on three earthworm species

W.B. Stilwell, M. O'Callaghan, E.P.J. Burgess and E.I. Barraclough   p. 320

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Light or gravity: what drives first instar clover root weevil larvae to enter the soil?

D.L. Hackell   p. 320

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A record of parasitism of tropical grass webworm in New Zealand

D.L. Hackell and S. Hardwick   p. 321

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Potential of ethyl (2E,4Z)-2,4-decadienoate for monitoring codling moth in New Zealand

V.J. Mitchell, L.M. Manning, N. Fletcher, D.M. Suckling and A.M. El-Sayed   p. 321

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The effect of temperature on emergence of apple leaf curling midge and its parasitoid Platygaster demades

W.R.M. Sandanayaka and P.W. Shaw   p. 322

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Sticky traps for monitoring beneficial insects in pipfruit orchards

D.R. Wallis and P.W Shaw   p. 322

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Detection of scale insects (Hemiptera: Diaspididae) in 2004

K.L. Paice, J.E. Richmond, S.J. Bennett, H.G. Pearson and G.S.C. Gill   p. 323

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The variety of insects caught in a 7.5 m high suction trap

D.E. James and D.A.J. Teulon   p. 323

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Are high country weeds the source of New Zealand flower thrips on crop plants in spring?

D.A.J. Teulon, M.V. Marroni and M-C. Nielsen   p. 324

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Assessing a possible flower thrips incursion using flower samples and semiochemicals

D.A.J. Teulon, M-C. Nielsen, C.A. Muir, G.M. Burnip and B.J.T McCarthy   p. 324

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An imported Australian virus for the control of painted apple moth

J. Poulton, V.K. Ward, T.R. Glare and N.E. Markwick   p. 325

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Tipping the scales in your favour: preparing comprehensive ERMA applications

S.A. Whiteman and G.S. Ridley   p. 325

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Aminopyralid — a new herbicide for the control of broadleaf weeds in pastures, cropping and wasteland

S.R. Fowler and B.M. Husband   p. 326

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Evaluation of whole plant chlorophyll fluorescence technology for rapid adjuvant systems phytotoxicity determinations

J.A. Zabkiewicz   p. 326

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Appendices

Obituary - Paul B. Lynch

  pp. 328-329

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Material from these papers was presented at the New Zealand Plant Protection Society's Annual Conference held at Wellington Town Hall, Wellington on 9-11 August 2005.

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

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