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New Zealand Plant Protection 68 (2015)

Introduction

Foreword

L. Jamieson   pp. xv-xvi

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Agrichemicals for plant protection

Herbicide responses of mat-forming weeds of forest remnants in New Zealand

T.K. James and C.A. Dowsett   pp. 1-6

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Forest efficacy trials on phosphite for control of kauri dieback

I.J. Horner, E.G. Hough and M.B. Horner   pp. 7-12

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Influence of dose, bark cover and end-grain sealing on ethanedinitrile (C2N2) sorption by pine (Pinus radiata D. Don) logs

M.K.D. Hall, A.J. Najar-Rodriguez, T. Pranamornkith, A.R. Adlam, A.J. Hall and D.W. Brash   pp. 13-18

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Developing new fumigation schedules for the phytosanitary treatment of New Zealand export logs: comparative toxicity of two fumigants to the burnt pine longhorn beetle, Arhopalus ferus

A.J. Najar-Rodriguez, M.K.D. Hall, A.R. Adlam, A.J. Hall, S.B. Burgess, K.G. Somerfield, B.B.C. Page and D.W. Brash   pp. 19-25

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The effect of copper on the uptake and translocation of spirotetramat insecticide on kiwifruit

D.B. Horgan and R.E. Gaskin   pp. 26-31

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Photostability of pyranine and suitability as a spray drift tracer

J.J. Nairn and W.A. Forster   pp. 32-37

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Comparison of spray dose measured on leaf surfaces with spray coverage estimated from Kromekote® paper

R.L. Roten, R.J. Connell, A.J. Hewitt and S.J.R. Woodward   pp. 38-43

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Pre- and post-border biosecurity

Meta-analysis, validation and application of fruit fly development times

J.M. Kean   pp. 44-53

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Internal biosecurity between islands: identifying risks on pathways to better manage biosecurity threats

M.R. McNeill, C.A. Dowsett, L.T. Aalders, T.K. James, P.M. Bradbury and S.R. Palmer   pp. 54-65

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The threat of myrtle rust to Māori taonga plant species in New Zealand

D.A.J. Teulon, T.T. Alipia, H.T. Ropata, J.M. Green, S.L.H. Viljanen- Rollinson, M.G. Cromey, K. Arthur, R.M. MacDiarmid, N.W. Waipara and A.T. Marsh   pp. 66-75

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Responding to the establishment of new pests and diseases: What can be learnt from tomato potato psyllid and Candidatus Liberibacter solanacearum in New Zealand?

D.A.J. Teulon and M.G. Hill   pp. 76-84

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The rise and rise of Bactericera cockerelli in potato crops in Canterbury

J. Vereijssen, A.M. Barnes, N.A. Berry, G.M. Drayton, J.D. Fletcher, J.M.E. Jacobs, N. Jorgensen, M-C. Nielsen, A.R. Pitman, I.A.W. Scott, G.R. Smith, N.M. Taylor, D.A.J. Teulon, S.E. Thompson and M.K. Walker   pp. 85-90

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The tolerance of tomato potato psyllid life stages to ethyl formate

L.E. Jamieson, M.J. Griffin, N.E.M. Page-Weir, S.P. Redpath, A. Chhagan, P.G. Connolly and A.B. Woolf   pp. 91-97

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Weed management and control

Nutritive value and production of yellow bristle grass (Setaria pumila) in Waikato dairy pastures: validating Farmax model assumptions

K.N. Tozer, C.A. Cameron, R.M. Greenfield and C.B. Glassey   pp. 98-104

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Flupropanate - in vitro pasture species susceptibilities

S.L. Lamoureaux, G.W. Bourdôt, A.D.L. Noble and C.A. Dowsett   pp. 105-111

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The genetic variation in giant buttercup in New Zealand pastures

G.J. Houliston, D.F. Goeke, L.A. Smith and S.V. Fowler   pp. 112-117

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Identification and enumeration of weed seeds in chopped maize being transported for silage

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

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Management and control options for tutsan (Hypericum androsaemum) in hill country pastures: a review

T.K. James and A. Rahman   pp. 124-131

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Field assessment of herbicides to aid establishment of manuka (Leptospermum scoparium)

K.C. Harrington, R.H. Nurhayati and J.P. Millner   pp. 132-138

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Microbial control of pests & diseases

Comparative virulence of Beauveria bassiana isolates against clover root weevil (Sitona obsoletus)

T.L. Nelson, M.R. McNeill, C. van Koten and S.L. Goldson   pp. 139-145

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Assessing the potential of Yersinia entomophaga to control plantain moth in a laboratory assay

S.A. Jones, C.M. Ferguson, B.A. Philip, C. van Koten and M.R.H. Hurst   pp. 146-150

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A bioassay to compare the disease suppressive capacity of pasture soils

B.E.A. Dignam, M. O'Callaghan, L.M. Condron, J.M. Raaijmakers, G.A. Kowalchuk and S.A. Wakelin   pp. 151-159

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Trichoderma bio-inoculant improves seedling emergence, plant growth and seed yield of Camelina sativa (L.) Crantz

D.R.W. Kandula, H. Alizadeh, C.S.P. Teixiera, D. Gale, A. Stewart and J.G. Hampton   pp. 160-165

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Wheat take-all: lessons learned during a search for effective biological control

D. Bienkowski, E.E. Hicks and M. Braithwaite   pp. 166-172

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Enhanced growth of cabbage seedlings by a Paenibacillus isolate in the presence of Xanthomonas campestris pv. campestris

H. Ghazalibiglar, J.G. Hampton, E. van Zijll de Jong and A. Holyoake   pp. 173-178

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Benefits and challenges of insect biocontrol

Selecting potential non-target species for host range testing of Eadya paropsidis

T.M. Withers, G.R. Allen and C.A.M. Reid   pp. 179-186

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

S.D. Jackman, P.G. Peterson, A.W. Robertson and C. van Koten   pp. 187-192

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Parasitoids of leafrollers (Lepidoptera:Tortricidae) from scrub vegetation near horticultural areas in Nelson

P.W. Shaw and D.R. Wallis   pp. 193-196

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Influence of cold storage on survival and fitness of Mastrus ridens, an ectoparasitoid of codling moth

W.R.M. Sandanayaka, V.A. Davis, A. Chhagan, P.G. Connolly and J.G. Charles   pp. 197-203

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Effect of Epichloë endophyte strains in Lolium spp. cultivars on Argentine stem weevil parasitism by Microctonus hyperodae

S.L. Goldson, F. Tomasetto and A.J. Popay   pp. 204-211

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Feeding and oviposition by Argentine stem weevil on Epichloë uncinata-infected, loline-containing Festulolium

G.M. Barker, B.J. Patchett, T.J. Gillanders, G.S. Brown, S.J.Y. Montel and N.E. Cameron   pp. 212-217

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lepidus. Economic benefits of biological control of Sitona obsoletus (clover root weevil) in Southland pasture

B. Basse, C.B. Phillips, S. Hardwick and J.M. Kean   pp. 218-226

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Apple pathology

Are shelter belts potential inoculum sources for Neonectria ditissima apple tree infections?

M.Walter, M.K. Glaister, N.R. Clarke, H. von Lutz, Z. Eld, N.T. Amponsah and N.F. Shaw   pp. 227-240

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Control of Neonectria ditissima with copper based products in New Zealand

M. Walter, O.D. Stevenson, N.T. Amponsah, R.W.A. Scheper, D.G. Rainham, C.G. Hornblow, U. Kerer, G.H. Dryden, I. Latter and R.C. Butler   pp. 241-249

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Seasonal wound presence and susceptibility to Neonectria ditissima infection in New Zealand apple trees

N.T. Amponsah, M. Walter R.M. Beresford and R.W.A. Scheper   pp. 250-256

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Effect of freezing of Neonectria ditissima inoculum on its pathogenicity

R.W.A. Scheper, L. Frijters, B.M. Fisher and D.I. Hedderley   pp. 257-263

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Evaluation of fungicides for control of bitter and sprinkler rots on apple fruit

K.R. Everett, I.P.S. Pushparajah, J.T. Taylor, O.E. Timudo-Torrevilla, T.M. Spiers, A. Ah Chee, P.W. Shaw and D.R. Wallis   pp. 264-274

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Comparison of fire blight resistance screening protocols in two international breeding programmes

M.B. Horner, K. Richter, A. Peil and V.G.M. Bus   pp. 275-281

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Insects & diseases in apples & kiwifruit

Apple Futures: New Zealand's low pesticide residue apple production programme

J.T.S. Walker, N.M. Park and M.R. Butcher   pp. 282-290

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Enhancing innovation and technology transfer in the New Zealand apple industry - learnings from Apple Futures

N.M. Park, T.A. Williams, J.T.S. Walker, M.R. Butcher, J.A. Turner, N. Botha, J. Vereijssen and N.M. Taylor   pp. 291-298

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Vulnerability of pest management in New Zealand apples: pesticide toxicity to Aphelinus mali (Hymenoptera: Encyrtidae)

D.J. Rogers, P.L. Lo and J.T.S. Walker   pp. 299-305

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Risks to pest management in New Zealand's pipfruit Integrated Fruit Production programme

P.L. Lo, J.T.S. Walker and D.J. Rogers   pp. 306-312

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Review of the risk factors associated with kiwifruit bacterial canker caused by Pseudomonas syringae pv. actinidiae

K.J. Froud, K.R. Everett, J.L. Tyson, R.M. Beresford and N. Cogger   pp. 313-327

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Influence of leaf age on infection of Actinidia species by Pseudomonas syringae pv. actinidiae

J.L. Tyson, I.J. Horner, C.L. Curtis, A. Blackmore and M.A. Manning   pp. 328-331

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In vitro inhibition of Pseudomonas syringae pv. actinidiae by wound protectants

D.A. Cornish, J. Yu, J.M. Oldham, J. Benge, W. Max and J.L. Vanneste   pp. 332-339

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General entomology

Investigating the feasibility of short-duration hot water treatments for apple disinfestation

S.P. Redpath, L.E. Jamieson, N.E.M. Page-Weir, M.K.D. Hall, S.R. Olsson, M.J. Griffin, A. Chhagan and A.B. Woolf   pp. 340-347

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High-pressure-washing to manage insect infestations on capsicums

N.E.M. Page-Weir, L.E. Jamieson, S.P. Redpath, M.J. Griffin, S.R. Olsson, A. Chhagan, P. Biswas and A.B. Woolf   pp. 348-352

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A method for rearing Arhopalus ferus (Mulsant) (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) larvae on a modified artificial diet

A.M. Barrington, D.P. Logan and P.G. Connolly   pp. 353-359

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Biology of Ostenia robusta: observations on life history and behaviour

S. Mansfield, L.M. Watkins, R.J. Townsend and R.J. Chynoweth   pp. 360-366

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The influence of shelterbelts in arable farmland on beneficial and pest invertebrates

M.M. Davidson, B.G. Howlett, R.C. Butler, N.M. Taylor and M.K. Walker   pp. 367-372

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Native and introduced bee abundances on carrot seed crops in New Zealand

B.G. Howlett, G.O. Lankin-Vega and D.E. Pattemore   pp. 373-379

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General pathology

Control of powdery mildew on glasshouse-grown roses and tomatoes in the Netherlands using anhydrous milk fat and soybean oil emulsions

K.V. Wurms and J.D. Hofland-Zijlstra   pp. 380-388

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An initial genetic characterisation of the grape powdery mildew (Erysiphe necator) in New Zealand associated with recent reports of the sexual stage

J.A. Cooper, D. Park and P.R. Johnston   pp. 389-395

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Ecology and control of grapevine root diseases in New Zealand: a review

D.C. Mundy   pp. 396-404

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Comparison of measured and modelled wetness duration as inputs to a grape disease model

W.R. Henshall, G.N. Hill and R.M. Beresford   pp. 405-410

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Herbicide injuries on blueberry provide suitable infection sites for Neofusicoccum ribis

K.M.S. Tennakoon, M.V. Jaspers, H.J. Ridgway and E.E. Jones   pp. 411-414

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A leaf disc assay for determining resistance of taro to Phytophthora colocasiae

J.L. Tyson and R.A. Fullerton   pp. 415-419

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The effect of fungicide dose rate and mixtures on Zymoseptoria tritici in two cultivars of autumn sown wheat

J.B. Drummond, R.A. Craigie, M. Braithwaite, A.T. Gillum and B.L. McCloy   pp. 420-427

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The control of tan spot of wheat (caused by Pyrenophora tritici-repentis: a possible emerging disease in New Zealand

I.C. Harvey, R.A. Craigie and B.L. McCloy   pp. 428-433

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Summaries of invited presentations

Regulatory advancements in plant protection

R.M. Fisher   pp. 434-435

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Testing methods to establish the late-successional native tree Beilschmiedia tawa in monocultures of the weed Tradescantia fluminensis

K.J. Cutting, B.D. Clarkson and D.C. Laughlin   p. 436

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Pre-emptive biocontrol and plant sentinels

R. Groenteman, S.A. Forgie, M.S. Hoddle, D.F. Ward, D.F. Goeke and N. Anand   p. 437

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Poster abstracts

Spirotetramat is toxic to leafrollers on kiwifruit

K.A. Stannard and M.G. Hill   p. 438

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Exploring potential non-target impacts of spinetoram against beneficial natural enemies of Eucalyptus forests

A.R. Pugh, M.W. Davis, M.C. Watson and T.M. Withers   p. 438

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LIDAR comparison for the use of orchard characterisation

T. Leseur, M. Hagedorn and R.L. Roten   p. 439

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Evaluation of spray drift with an experimental ultrasonic sensor sprayer in a dwarf apple orchard

R.L. Roten and J.P. Praat   p. 439

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Remote microscopy diagnostics for pre-clearance export of apricots grown in Central Otago

B. Attfield and D. Anderson   p. 440

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Survival and reproduction of Liberibacter-infected tomato potato psyllid reared under cold environmental conditions

W.R.M. Sandanayaka, V.A. Davis and G.P. Walker   p. 440

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Non-crop host plants: prime real estate for the tomato potato psyllid in New Zealand?

A.M. Barnes, N.M. Taylor, and J. Vereijssen   p. 441

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The application of 980 degree days as a trigger for rapid increases in Bactericera cockerelli in Hawke's Bay solanaceae crops

N.M. Taylor, R.C. Butler and J. Vereijssen   p. 441

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Growth and vegetative reproduction of Chilean flame creeper (Tropaeolum speciosum) in two diverse climates of New Zealand

C.A. Dowsett and T.K. James   p. 442

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Yellow bristle grass seed killed in maize silage

M.R. Trolove and C.A. Dowsett   p. 442

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Biopesticides for New Zealand's pests - opportunities and challenges

M. O’Callaghan, M.J. Wilson and S.M. Zydenbos   p. 443

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Comparison of application of root endophytic Trichoderma into established kiwifruit orchards

C.H. Stark, R.A. Hill, N. Cummings and J-H. Li   p. 443

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Endophytic colonisation of perennial ryegrass by Trichoderma atroviride

A. Daryaei, R.E. Falloon, E.E. Jones, D.R.W. Kandula, H. Ghazalibiglar, H. Alizadeh, T.R. Glare and J.G. Hampton   p. 444

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Antimicrobial potential of bacterial endophytes that inhabit New Zealand's medicinal plant Pseudowintera colorata

N. Purushotham, E.E. Jones, J. Monk and H.J. Ridgway   p. 444

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Endophytic bacteria isolated from Leptospermum scoparium produce compounds that inhibit Ilyonectria and Neofusicoccum species in vitro

W.A. Wicaksono, E.E. Jones, J. Monk and H.J. Ridgway   p. 445

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Detecting and controlling Serratia marcescens in a laboratory colony of Mastrus ridens

W.R.M. Sandanayaka, V.A. Davis, S.D.G. Marshall and J.G. Charles   p. 445

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What habitat does spiny snout mite occupy in Tasmania?

D.J. Wilson and P.J. Gerard   p. 446

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An investigation of San José scale (Quadraspidiotus perniciosus) predation by the European earwig (Forficula auricularia)

P.W. Shaw and D.R. Wallis   p. 446

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Modelling fungal spore dispersal using Neonectria ditissima

M. Walter, N.T. Amponsah, D.R. Wallis, T. Curnow, R. Lamberts, O.D. Stevenson and A.J. Hall   p. 447

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The role of woolly apple aphids (Eriosoma lanigerum) at vectoring Neonectria ditissima conidia

L. Mackle, M. Walter, N.T. Amponsah, P. Braun and A. Reineke   p. 447

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Pruning date affects bacterial canker of sweet cherry

K.M Colhoun, R.C. Butler and M.V. Marroni   p. 448

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Splash dispersal of Botryosphaeriaceae species in Marlborough vineyards

A. Shafi, M.V. Jaspers, H.J. Ridgway and E.E. Jones   p. 448

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Distribution of Pyrenophora tritici-repentis, the causal fungus of tan spot, in the South Island

S.K. Weith, H.J. Ridgway, I.C. Harvey, R.A. Craigie and E.E. Jones   p. 449

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Developing smart aerosol technologies for insect control

Z.J. Lennon, A.R. Harper, D.M. Suckling and A.M. El-Sayed   p. 449

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Making data count

Z.J. Lennon, M.S. Stanbury, D.M. Suckling and A.M. El-Sayed   p. 450

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Olfactory responses of Epiphyas postvittana larvae to apple leaf extracts: a new behavioural bioassay technique

N.J. Sullivan, L.M. Manning and K.C. Park   p. 450

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Nysius huttoni on exported kiwifruit: the role of olfactory cues

J. Giejsztowt, M.G. Hill, M-C. Nielsen, M.M. Davidson and R.C. Butler   p. 451

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Ovarian development in Arhopalus ferus (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae)

A.M. Barrington and D.P. Logan   p. 451

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Effect of temperature on spore viability of Neonectria ditissima

B.M. Fisher, L. Frijters and R.W.A. Scheper   p. 452

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Appendices

New Zealand Plant Protection Society Research Scholarship: Amna Shafi

  p. 454

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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 11-13 August 2015.

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

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