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New Zealand Plant Protection 67 (2014)

Introduction

Foreword

G. Follas   p. xiii

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Biosecurity

Can pest management and biosecurity benefit from the surveillance and security industries?

S. Hardwick, C.M. Ferguson, D.J. Wilson and J. Sik   pp. 1-7

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Mitochondrial cytochrome c oxidase subunit I sequence variation in New Zealand and overseas specimens of Pieris brassicae (Lepidoptera: Pieridae)

E. Hiszczynska-Sawicka and C.B. Phillips   pp. 8-12

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The effect of fertiliser on detection of Apple stem grooving virus and Tobacco ringspot virus by herbaceous bioassay

M.B. Horner, R.C. van den Brink and P.T. Austin   pp. 13-17

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Potential for entry and establishment in New Zealand of Tilletia indica, the cause of Karnal bunt of wheat

M.V. Marroni, H. Brown and S.L.H. Viljanen-Rollinson   pp. 18-25

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Identification of weed seeds in soil samples intercepted at the New Zealand border

T.K. James, P.D. Champion, C.A. Dowsett, M.R. McNeill and G.J. Houliston   pp. 26-33

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Pseudomonas & Phytophthora

Relationships between kiwifruit bacterial canker disease and kiwifruit productivity

K.J. Froud, N. Cogger and R.M. Beresford   pp. 34-40

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Systemic movement of Pseudomonas syringae pv. actinidiae in kiwifruit vines in New Zealand

J.L. Tyson, C.L. Curtis, M.A. Manning, J. Rees-George, W.P. Snelgar and P. Blattmann   pp. 41-47

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Management of red needle cast, caused by Phytophthora pluvialis, a new disease of radiata pine in New Zealand

R.J. Ganley, N.M. Williams, C.A. Rolando, I.A. Hood, H.S. Dungey, P.N. Beets and L.S. Bulman   pp. 48-53

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Pathogenicity of four Phytophthora species on kauri: in vitro and glasshouse trials

I.J. Horner and E.G. Hough   pp. 54-59

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Aerial surveillance to detect kauri dieback in New Zealand

A. Jamieson, I.E. Bassett, L.M.W. Hill, S. Hill, A. Davis, N.W. Waipara, E.G. Hough and I.J. Horner   pp. 60-65

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Market access

Effect of fumigant dose, timber moisture content, end-grain sealing, and chamber load factor on sorption by sawn timber fumigated with ethanedinitrile

T. Pranamornkith, M.K.D. Hall, A.R. Adlam, K.G. Somerfield, B.B.C. Page, A.J. Hall and D.W. Brash   pp. 66-74

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Ethanedinitrile: potential methyl bromide alternative to control Arhopalus ferus (Mulsant) in New Zealand sawn timber exports

T. Pranamornkith, M.K.D. Hall, A. Najar-Rodriguez, A.R. Adlam, K.G. Somerfield, B.B.C. Page, D.I. Hedderley and D.W. Brash   pp. 75-79

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Relative methyl bromide tolerances of Arhopalus ferus (Mulsant), Hylurgus ligniperda (F.) and Hylastes ater (Paykull) adults

T. Pranamornkith, M.K.D. Hall, A.R. Adlam, B.B.C. Page, P.G. Connolly, K.G. Somerfield and D.W. Brash   pp. 80-85

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Towards a test to verify that wood has been heat-treated to the ISPM15 standard

I.I. Iline, M.A. Novoselov, N.K. Richards and C.B. Phillips   pp. 86-95

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Developing ethyl formate treatment for disinfesting pipfruit

L.E. Jamieson, M.J. Griffin, N.E.M. Page-Weir, A. Chhagan, S.P. Redpath and P.G. Connolly   pp. 96-102

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Postharvest management of New Zealand flower thrips on export apricots using ethyl formate

S.P. Redpath, A. Wilson, L.E. Jamieson, N.E.M. Page-Weir, M.J. Griffin, A. Chhagan and B. Hamilton   pp. 103-108

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Reducing the risk of importing pest-infested citrus by applying high pressure washing treatments offshore

M.J. Griffin, S.R. Olsson, L.E. Jamieson, V. Kagy, C. Mille, P.G. Connolly and A.B. Woolf   pp. 109-115

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Diseases of apples & grapes

Agar media for isolation of Neonectria ditissima from symptomatic and asymptomatic apple tissues and production of infective conidia

N.T. Amponsah, M. Walter and R.W.A. Scheper   pp. 116-122

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Effect of culture medium, light and air circulation on sporulation of Neonectria ditissima

R.W.A. Scheper, B.M. Fisher, N.T. Amponsah and M. Walter   pp. 123-132

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Sensitivity of Neonectria ditissima to carbendazim fungicide in New Zealand

M. Walter, O.D. Stevenson, N.T. Amponsah, R.W.A. Scheper and A.R.G. McLachlan   pp. 133-138

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Effects of adjuvants on distribution and rainfastness of captan sprays on apple leaf scars to control European canker

R.E. Gaskin, D.W.L. Manktelow and G.L. Northcott   pp. 139-144

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Comparison of fire blight resistance screening methodologies

M.B. Horner, E.G. Hough, D.I. Hedderley, N.M. How and V.G.M. Bus   pp. 145-150

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Development of a PCR-RFLP method to distinguish species within the Ilyonectria macrodidyma complex

M.A. Outram, E.E. Jones, M.V. Jaspers and H.J. Ridgway   pp. 151-156

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Effects of chemical and natural product treatments on bunch openness and botrytis bunch rot in Sauvignon blanc grapes

D.C. Mundy, S.R. Haycock, V. Raw, R.H. Agnew, E. Sherman, A.R.G. McLachlan and G.C. Hagerty   pp. 157-167

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Insects on grapes & vegetables

Control of Epiphyas postvittana (lightbrown apple moth, Lepidoptera: Tortricidae) on grapevines with tebufenozide

P.L. Lo, I.C. Newman, L.M. Cole, D.J. Rogers and G.M. Burnip   pp. 168-174

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Evaluation of new volatile compounds as lures for western flower thrips and onion thrips in New Zealand and Spain

D.A.J. Teulon, C. Casta˝Ú, M-C Nielsen, A.M. El-Sayed, M.M. Davidson, R. Gardner-Gee, J. Poulton, A.M. Kean, C. Hall, R.C. Butler, C.E. Sansom, D.M. Suckling and N.B. Perry   pp. 175-183

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A volatile compound, 2-undecanone, increases walking, but not flying, tomato potato psyllid movement toward an odour source

M.M. Davidson, R.C. Butler, N.M. Taylor, M-C. Nielsen, C.E. Sansom and N.B. Perry   pp. 184-190

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Effect of biorational and selective insecticides on transmission of Candidatus Liberibacter solanacearum to potato plants

A.M. Barnes, J. Vereijssen, S.E. Thompson and R.C. Butler   pp. 191-196

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Biological control

Predation rate of Thrips tabaci larvae by Neoseiulus cucumeris is influenced by prey density and presence of a host plant

M-C. Nielsen, M.M. Davidson and R.C. Butler   pp. 197-203

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Hidden arsenal: endosymbionts in arthropods, their role and possible implications for biological control success

M.R. McNeill, N.K. Richards, J.A. White and A. Laugraud   pp. 204-212

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Spraying hydroponic lettuce roots with a suspension concentrate formulation of Bacillus velezensis to suppress root rot disease and promote plant growth

M. Kanjanamaneesathian, R. Wiwattanapatapee, W. Rotniam and W. Wongpetkhiew   pp. 213-219

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Using qPCR to monitor populations of Pseudomonas syringae pv. actinidiae on kiwifruit vines

I.P.S. Pushparajah, T.R. Ryan, L.G. Hawes, B.N. Smith, G.B. Follas, J. Rees-George and K.R. Everett   pp. 220-225

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Weeds & insects in pasture

The potential distribution of yellow bristle grass (Setaria pumila) in New Zealand

S.L. Lamoureaux and G.W. Bourd˘t   pp. 226-230

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Performance of sown species and weed ingress in new dairy pastures based on tall fescue and perennial ryegrass

K.N. Tozer, E.M.K. Minnee and C.A. Cameron   pp. 231-237

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Can differences in Cirsium arvense and Rumex obtusifolius densities within pastures be explained by soil parameters?

K.C. Harrington, D.J. Horne and P.D. Kemp   pp. 238-244

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Investigating foliar fertiliser effects on the incidence of clover flea (Sminthurus viridis) damage on white clover

D.J. Wilson and P.J. Gerard   pp. 245-249

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Investigations into suitability of Trifolium occidentale as a host plant for two common pasture pests

P.J. Gerard and K.M. O'Donnell   pp. 250-255

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Toxicity of selected agrichemicals to clover root weevil and its parasitoid Microctonus aethiopoides

M.R. McNeill, T.M. Eden and V.M. Cave   pp. 256-266

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Agrichemicals

A new pest management research facility: Scion's large-scale precision track sprayer

S.F. Gous, T.M. Withers and A.J. Hewitt   pp. 267-273

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Drift reducing potential of low drift nozzles with the use of spray-hoods

R.L. Roten, J.C. Ferguson and A.J. Hewitt   pp. 274-277

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Influence of spray formulation surface tension on spray droplet adhesion and shatter on hairy leaves

J.J. Nairn, W.A. Forster and R.M. van Leeuwen   pp. 278-283

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Effect of target wettability on spray droplet adhesion, retention, spreading and coverage: artificial collectors versus plant surfaces

W.A. Forster, R.E. Gaskin, T.M. Strand, D.W.L. Manktelow and R.M. van Leeuwen   pp. 284-291

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Development of a concentrated oil spray programme on avocados to control insect and mite pests

R.E. Gaskin and H.A. Pak   pp. 292-297

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Soil residual activity and plant-back periods for the herbicides saflufenacil and topramezone

A. Rahman, C.A. Dowsett, M.R. Trolove and T.K. James   pp. 298-303

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Resistance of Zymoseptoria tritici to azoxystrobin and epoxiconazole in the lower North Island of New Zealand

T.M. Stewart, A.J. Perry and M.J. Evans   pp. 304-313

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Evaluation of Engulf® adjuvant with nitrogen for breaking dormancy in blackcurrant (Ribes nigrum)

J.T. Smith and G.B. Follas   pp. 314-319

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Summaries of invited presentations

An overview of exotic plant pest and disease surveillance 2011- 2014

M.S. Bullians   p. 320

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Accounting for imperfect detection when evaluating the effectiveness of invasive species control

J.L. Moore and E. Gurarie   p. 320

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The southern ladybird (Cleobora mellyi) as a new species association biocontrol agent of tomato-potato psyllid (Bactericera cockerelli)

A.R. Pugh, D.M. O'Connell and S.D. Wratten   p. 321

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Poster abstracts

A pragmatic approach to delimiting incursions

G.M. Burnip, J.M. Kean and A.K. Pathan   p. 322

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Is this imported food compliant with biosecurity regulations?

M.A. Novoselov, I.I. Iline, Z. Sinovcic and C.B. Phillips   p. 322

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Can bees eavesdrop on biosecurity targets?

F.A. Mas, D.M. Suckling, T.J. Welsh, R.M. Horner, C.B. Henderson and J.J. Bromenshenk   p. 323

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In vitro evaluation of fungicides and biocontrol agents for efficacy against Neofusicoccum spp. that cause dieback of blueberries

K.M.S. Tennakoon, H.J. Ridgway, E.E. Jones and M.V. Jaspers   p. 323

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Sexual state of grape powdery mildew (Erysiphe necator) newly recorded for New Zealand

P.R. Johnston, J.A. Cooper, D. Park, P.W. Sutherland and P.N. Wood   p. 324

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Impact of Puccinia psidii on Māori taonga plant species

T.T. Alipia, D.A.J. Teulon, M.G. Cromey, A.T. Marsh and S.L.H. Viljanen-Rollinson   p. 324

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A study of codling moth (Cydia pomonella) parasitism by Ascogaster quadridentata in a derelict apple orchard

P.W. Shaw and D.R. Wallis   p. 325

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Effect of temperature on flight initiation in Mastrus ridens

V.A. Davis, W.R.M Sandanayaka, A. Chhagan and J.G. Charles   p. 325

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Low incidence of Liberibacter-positive psyllids (Bactericera cockerelli) in Pukekohe potato growing area

R. Gardner-Gee and A.J. Puketapu   p. 326

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On-orchard habitats for Nysius huttoni - an important kiwifruit passenger pest

C.A. Rowe, M.G. Hill and D.P. Logan   p. 326

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Larval development of the plantain-feeding moth Scopula rubraria (Doubleday) (Lepidoptera: Geometridae)

B.A. Philip and C.M. Ferguson   p. 327

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Suitability of four Eucalyptus host species for the development of Thaumastocoris peregrinus Carpintero and DellapÚ

M.C. Saavedra, T.M. Withers and G.I. Holwell   p. 327

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Retrospective host specificity testing of Cotesia urabae to assess the risk posed to the New Zealand nolid moth Celama parvitis

G.A. Avila,, T.M. Withers, and G.I. Holwell   p. 328

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Novel release method proves successful: the gum leaf skeletoniser parasitoid Cotesia urabae establishes in two new locations

B.A. Gresham, T.M. Withers, G.A. Avila and L.A. Berndt   p. 328

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A treasure trove of insect pathogens and other beneficial microbes

T.L. Nelson and S.D. Young   p. 329

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Delivering Trichoderma spp. spores via seed coating and storage stability at 20 and 25░C

J. Swaminathan, M.J. Wilson and T.A. Jackson   p. 329

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Neolema ogloblini: exploring a new option for the control of tradescantia (Tradescantia fluminensis)

S.D. Jackman, P.G. Peterson and A.W. Robertson   p. 330

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The search for "white tip" of Californian thistle in New Zealand

M.G. Cripps, K.L. Bailey, C.N. Merfield, S.D. Jackman and G.W. Bourd˘t   p. 330

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Have wild oats in Canterbury become resistant to herbicides?

K.C. Harrington and R.J. Chynoweth   p. 331

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A glyphosate-resistant perennial ryegrass population is also resistant to amitrole

H. Ghanizadeh, K.C. Harrington, T.K. James and D.J. Woolley   p. 331

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Evaluation of spray drift in potatoes using various spray delivery systems

R.L. Roten, J.C. Ferguson and A.J. Hewitt   p. 332

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Appendices

New Zealand Plant Protection Medal: Andrew Hodson

  p. 334

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New Zealand Plant Protection Society Research Scholarship: Gonzalo Avila

  p. 335

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New Zealand Plant Protection Society Research Scholarship: Suhaizan Lob

  p. 336

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Dan Watkins Scholarship in Weed Science: Kiri Cutting

  p. 337

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Obituary: Colin Little, MBE, 1913-2014

  p. 338

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Obituary: Peter Pottinger, 1934-2013

  p. 339

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Material from these papers was presented at the New Zealand Plant Protection Society's Annual Conference held at Wairakei Resort, Taupo on 12-14 August 2014.

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

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