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New Zealand Plant Protection 66 (2013)

Introduction

Foreword

G. Follas   pp. xii-xiii

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Biosecurity

A review of methods for assessing and managing market access and biosecurity risks using systems approaches

L.E. Jamieson, H.N. DeSilva, S.P. Worner, D.J. Rogers, M.G. Hill and J.T.S. Walker   pp. 1-9

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Why is Napier sea port a hot spot for invasive ants?

D.N.Gunawardana, L.R. Peacock, A.R. Flynn, T.T. Ashcroft and O.R. Green   pp. 10-16

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Interception and hot water treatment of mites and nematodes on root crops from the Pacific Islands

N.E.M. Page-Weir, L.E. Jamieson, N.L. Bell, T.C. Rohan, A. Chhagan, G.K. Clare, A.M. Kean, V.A. Davis, M.J. Griffin and P.G. Connolly   pp. 17-28

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A biochemical viability assay is compatible with molecular methods for species identification

N.K. Richards, L.M. Winder, I.I. Iline, M.A. Novoselov, M.R. McNeill and C.B. Phillips   pp. 29-33

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Proof of concept for a biochemical test that differentiates between heat-treated and non-heattreated food products

I.I. Iline, M.A. Novoselov and C.B. Phillips   pp. 34-39

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Eradication programme for four noxious weeds in New Zealand

E.Yamoah, G.S.C. Gill and E. Massey   pp. 40-44

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Market access

The potential of using low oxygen and ethyl formate or ethyl acetate to disinfest fresh fruit in storage

L.E. Jamieson, N.E.M. Page-Weir, A. Chhagan, P.G. Connolly, J. Poulton and A.M. Kean   pp. 45-53

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The potential of ethyl formate + carbon dioxide to control a range of horticultural pests

M.J. Griffin, L.E. Jamieson, A. Chhagan, N.E.M. Page-Weir, J. Poulton, V.A. Davis, F. Zulhendri and P.G. Connolly   pp. 54-62

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Postharvest management of New Zealand flower thrips (Thrips obscuratus) on apricots using ethyl formate or pyrethrum-based treatments

A. Chhagan, L.E. Jamieson, M.J. Griffin, N.E.M. Page-Weir, J. Poulton, F. Zulhendri, R. Feng, P.G. Connolly, V.A. Davis, S. Olsson, S.P. Redpath, A.M. Kean and A.B. Woolf   pp. 63-74

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Efficacy of phosphine fumigation of apples for codling moth (Cydia pomonella) disinfestation

D.J. Rogers, B.L. Bycroft, K.G. Somerfield, D.W. Brash, D. Klementz, L.M. Cole, N. Sharma, N.M. Taylor, B.B.C. Page, P.G. Connolly and B.C. Waddell   pp. 75-81

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Efficacy of methyl bromide used at reduced rates to control larvae and adults of goldenhaired bark beetle, Hylurgus ligniperda

K.G. Somerfield, B.L. Bycroft, D.W. Brash, J.N. Clark, D.I. Hedderley and J.W. Armstrong   pp. 82-88

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Weed biology & control

Confirmation of glyphosate resistance in two species of ryegrass from New Zealand vineyards

H. Ghanizadeh, K.C. Harrington, T.K. James and D.J. Woolley   pp. 89-93

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Susceptibility of great bindweed (Calystegia silvatica) to herbicides

T.L. Gawn, K.C. Harrington and C. Matthew   pp. 94-98

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Sleeper thistles in New Zealand: status and biocontrol potential

M.G. Cripps, G.W. Bourd˘t and S.V. Fowler   pp. 99-104

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Survey of ripgut brome and other species on Canterbury hill/high country roadsides

K.N.Tozer,, R.H. Bryant, C.A. Cameron and G.R. Edwards   pp. 105-109

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Weed population dynamics for contrasting organic pasture establishment techniques

K.C. Harrington, P.D. Kemp, D.J. Horne and X.Z. He   pp. 110-117

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Fenoxaprop for control of yellow bristle grass in pasture and its efficacy on other C4 grasses

T.K. James, A. Rahman, C.A. Dowsett and M.R. Trolove   pp. 118-123

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Entomology

How accurate are methods for predicting phenology in New Zealand?

J.M. Kean   pp. 124-131

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Multiple species mating disruption of leafrollers in cherries in Central Otago

G.F. McLaren, D.M. Suckling, A.M. El-Sayed, B.T. Hislop and T.F.S. Jones   pp. 132-137

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Laboratory bioassays of new synthetic and microbial insecticides to control Eucalyptus tortoise beetle Paropsis charybdis

T.M. Withers, M.C. Watson, M.S. Watt, T.L. Nelson, L.A. Harper and M.R.H. Hurst   pp. 138-147

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Observations on Philobota sp. (Lepidoptera: Oecophoridae) near Hamilton in 2012

P.J. Gerard   pp. 148-152

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Effect of black legume aphid Aphis craccivora honeydew on survival of the parasitoid Microctonus aethiopoides

P.J. Gerard, K.R. Carswell and T.M. Eden   pp. 153-156

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Predation by Ostenia robusta on Costelytra zealandica pupae

R.J. Chynoweth, J.W.M. Marris, K.F. Armstrong, A. Chomic, J. Linton and R.B. Chapman   pp. 157-161

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Does Psa affect kiwifruit susceptibility to leafrollers?

M.G. Hill   pp. 162-169

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Kiwifruit

Recent progress on detecting, understanding and controlling Pseudomonas syringae pv. actinidiae: a short review

J.L. Vanneste   pp. 170-177

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Survival of Pseudomonas syringae pv. actinidiae in non-kiwifruit green compost

J.L. Vanneste, J.M. Oldham, G. Clark and C.M. Felman   pp. 178-183

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Predicting the potential global distribution of Pseudomonas syringae pv. actinidiae (Psa)

H.A. Narouei Khandan, S.P. Worner, E.E. Jones, S.L.H. Villjanen-Rollinson, L. Gallipoli, A. Mazzaglia and G.M. Balestra   pp. 184-193

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Effects of canopy density on spray deposition in kiwifruit

R.E. Gaskin, D.W. Manktelow, S. Cook, W.A. May and R.M. van Leeuwen   pp. 194-198

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The effect of rainfall on copper spray residues on kiwifruit foliage, fruit and canes

R.E. Gaskin, D.B. Horgan, K.D. Steele and R.M. van Leeuwen   pp. 199-203

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Diseases of crops & vegetables

Impact of cereal rotation strategies on soil inoculum concentrations and wheat take-all

R.F. van Toor, S.L. Bithell, S.F. Chng, A. McKay and M.G. Cromey   pp. 204-213

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Leptosphaeria maculans/L. biglobosa disease progression in oilseed rape and timing of ascospore release under New Zealand conditions

S. Lob, M.V. Jaspers, H.J. Ridgway and E.E. Jones   pp. 214-222

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Sweetpotato cultivar susceptibility to postharvest soft rot caused by Rhizopus stolonifer

S.L. Lewthwaite, P.J. Wright and C.M. Triggs   pp. 223-228

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Application of a suspension concentrate formulation of Bacillus velezensis to control root rot of hydroponically-grown vegetables

M. Kanjanamaneesathian, R. Wiwattanapatapee, W. Rotniam, A. Pengnoo, W. Wongpetkhiew and V. Tanmala   pp. 229-234

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Plant pathology

Surveillance methods to determine tree health, distribution of kauri dieback disease and associated pathogens

N.W. Waipara, S. Hill, L.M.W. Hill, E.G. Hough and I.J. Horner   pp. 235-241

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Phosphorous acid for controlling Phytophthora taxon Agathis in kauri: glasshouse trials

I.J. Horner and E.G. Hough   pp. 242-248

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Susceptibility of four grapevine rootstocks to Cylindrocladiella parva

D.S. Brown, M.V. Jaspers, H.J. Ridgway, C.J. Barclay and E.E. Jones   pp. 249-253

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Evaluation of methods for long term storage of the boysenberry downy mildew pathogen Peronospora sparsa

A.M. Herath Mudiyanselage, M.V. Jaspers, H.J. Ridgway, M. Walter, G.I. Langford and E.E. Jones   pp. 254-258

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Pests & diseases of apples

Codling moth (Cydia pomonella) mating disruption outcomes in apple orchards

J.T.S. Walker, P.L. Lo, R.M. Horner, N.M. Park, J.G. Hughes and T.M. Fraser   pp. 259-263

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Development of multiple species mating disruption to control codling moth and leafrollers (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae)

P.L. Lo, J.T.S. Walker, R.M. Horner and D.I. Hedderley   pp. 264-269

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The use of sex pheromone lures to compare pear and apple leafcurling midge phenology

D.R. Wallis and P.W. Shaw   pp. 270-273

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Resistance of Venturia inaequalis to demethylation inhibitor and dodine fungicides in four New Zealand apple-growing regions

R.M. Beresford, P.J. Wright, P.N. Wood, N.M. Park, N.J. Larsen and B.M. Fisher   pp. 274-283

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Resistance of Venturia inaequalis to quinone outside inhibitor (QoI) fungicides in New Zealand apple orchards

S.L.H. Viljanen-Rollinson, S.M. Thompson, S. Keenan, S.R. Bulman, P.J. Wright, P.N. Wood, N.M. Park and R.M. Beresford   pp. 284-292

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A synthetic agar assay for determining sensitivity of Venturia inaequalis to anilinopyrimidine fungicides in New Zealand apple orchards

N.J. Larsen, R.M. Beresford, P.N. Wood, P.J. Wright and B.M. Fisher   pp. 293-302

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Evaluation of three models for predicting Venturia inaequalis ascospore release in Southern Brazil

S.A.M. Alves and R.M. Beresford   pp. 303-307

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Isolation, spore production and Koch's postulates of Elsinoe pyri

R.W.A. Scheper, P.N. Wood and B.M. Fisher   pp. 308-316

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Tomato potato psyllid & Liberibacter

Evaluation of spray deposition in potatoes using various spray delivery systems

R.L. Roten, A.J. Hewitt, M. Ledebuhr, H. Thistle, R.J. Connell, T.M. Wolf, S. Sankar and S.J.R. Woodward   pp. 317-323

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Evaluation of selected entomopathogenic fungi and bio-insecticides against Bactericera cockerelli (Hemiptera)

N.A. Mauchline and K.A. Stannard   pp. 324-332

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Biorational insecticides for control of the tomato potato psyllid

N. Jorgensen, R.C. Butler and J. Vereijssen   pp. 333-340

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Sub-sampling plants to monitor tomato-potato psyllid (Bactericera cockerelli) and associated insect predators in potato crops

G.P. Walker, F.H. MacDonald, N.J. Larsen, P.J. Wright and A.R. Wallace   pp. 341-348

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A field trial to assess action thresholds for management of Bactericera cockerelli in main crop processing potatoes at Pukekohe

G.P. Walker, F.H. MacDonald, A.J. Puketapu, P.J. Wright, P.G. Connolly and J.A.D. Anderson   pp. 349-355

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A survey of Maori potato (taewa) seed tubers for the presence of Candidatus Liberibacter solanacearum

A.J. Puketapu, R. Gardner-Gee, L.K. Tooman and S.S. Beard   pp. 356-364

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The impact of post acquisition period on detection of Candidatus Liberibacter solanacearum in tomato potato psyllid

W.R.M. Sandanayaka, L.K. Tooman and R.E. Hewett   pp. 365-373

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Summaries of invited presentations

Developing an ecological risk-based approach to manage phytosanitary pest risks on export Pinus radiata logs from New Zealand

S.M. Pawson, C.M. Romo, J. Kerr, M.K-F. Bader and E.G. Brockerhoff   p. 374

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A non-destructive method to assess rot root severity of Lactuca sativa L.

P. Suvarnaphaet, V. Tanmala and M. Kanjanamaneesathian   p. 375

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Poster abstracts

How fresh is that frass?

M.A. Novoselov, I.I. Iline and C.B. Phillips   p. 376

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Grass grub distribution on the upper West Coast defined by soil sampling and pheromone trapping

R.J. Townsend, J.E. Dunbar, and T.A. Jackson   p. 376

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Behavioural responses of Cydia succedana to plant volatiles

N.J. Sullivan, L.M. Manning and K.C. Park   p. 377

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Determining the propagule size required for Meloidogyne species to establish in managed and native soil in New Zealand

T.C. Rohan, L.T. Aalders and N.L. Bell   p. 377

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Monitoring and manipulation of New Zealand flower thrips (Thrips obscuratus) in summerfruit orchards

M.E. Stanbury, E. de Vries, A.M. El-Sayed, F. Chinellato, K. M. Colhoun, B. Attfield and D.M. Suckling   p. 378

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Development of citrophilus mealybug (Pseudococcus calceolariae) on grape roots

W.R.M. Sandanayaka, V.A. Davis and D. Cohen   p. 378

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Investigating the potential of Beauveria bassiana as a biocontrol agent for Fuller's rose weevil (Naupactus cervinus)

P.W. Shaw, D.R. Wallis, T.L. Nelson and T.A. Jackson   p. 379

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Natural dispersal of Cotesia rubecula, the recently introduced larval parasitoid of Pieris rapae, through the South Island

G.P. Walker and F.H. MacDonald   p. 379

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Practical management of agrichemical risk: bridging the gap between regulation expectations and industry practice

D.W.L. Manktelow, N.M. Park, J.M. Maber, J.T.S. Walker and A.J. Hodson   p. 380

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Spray Plan Manager: a decision-support tool for regulatory compliance and improving agrichemical use practices

A.J. Hodson, M.J. Barley, L.R. Hodson-Kersey, J.T.S. Walker, D.W.L. Manktelow and N.M. Park   p. 380

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Phase Doppler technology for in-field assessment of drift potential

R.L. Roten, R.J. Connell and A.J. Hewitt   p. 381

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Impact of covered structures on Psa-V in kiwifruit vines

S.G. Casonato, S.M. Reynolds, M.A. Manning and I.J. Horner   p. 381

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A virus survey of Vicia faba crops in Canterbury, New Zealand, during 2011-12

J.D. Fletcher, H. Ziebell and R.M. MacDiarmid   p. 382

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Strains of YDV in autumn sown wheat grown in Canterbury

J.D. Fletcher, M.M. Davidson, A. Horrocks and S.M. Skill   p. 382

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Phosphorous acid for controlling Phytophthora taxon Agathis in kauri: field trials

I.J. Horner and E.G. Hough   p. 383

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Screening supplements to enhance the biological control activity of HR42 against Colletotrichum acutatum

M.J. Vergara, N.J. Larsen, I.P.S. Pushparajah and K.R. Everett   p. 383

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Analysis of potato crisp colour topography following infection by 'Candidatus Liberibacter solanacearum'

S.L. Lewthwaite, T. Holmes and C.M. Triggs   p. 384

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Tomato potato psyllid (Bactericera cockerelli Sulc.) impacts on taewa seed quality and performance: preliminary results

A.J. Puketapu and R. Gardner-Gee   p. 384

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The potential number of generations of Bactericera cockerelli in New Zealand

J. Vereijssen, L.T. Tran, S.P. Worner and D.A.J.Teulon,   p. 385

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Farm-scale assessments of natural enemies for controlling Bactericera cockerelli in potatoes with Phacelia tanacetifolia as a border planting

F.H. MacDonald, G.P. Walker, P.G. Connolly and B. Hart   p. 385

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Sulphur reduces egg-laying in laboratory trials with tomato potato psyllid (Bactericera cockerelli)

R. Gardner-Gee   p. 386

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Effects of sulphur on control of tomato potato psyllid in potato

P.J. Wright, G.P. Walker and D.I. Hedderley   p. 386

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Effects of kaolin clay, sulphur and fosetyl-aluminium on tomatopotato psyllid and 'zebra chip' in fried potato crisps

P.J. Wright, G.P. Walker and D.I. Hedderley   p. 387

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Effects of garlic oil on tomato-potato psyllid

P.J. Wright, G.P. Walker and D.I. Hedderley   p. 387

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Appendices

New Zealand Plant Protection Medal: Margaret Dick

  p. 390

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New Zealand Plant Protection Society Research Scholarship: Anusara Mihirani Herath Mudiyanselage

  p. 391

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New Zealand Plant Protection Society Research Scholarship: Mette Nielse

  p. 392

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Dan Watkins Scholarship in Weed Science: Hossein Ghanizadeh

  p. 393

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Material from these papers was presented at the New Zealand Plant Protection Society's Annual Conference held at Napier War Memorial Conference Centre, Napier on 13-15 August 2013.

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

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