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Proceedings of the NZ Plant Protection Conference 46 (1993)

TopIntroduction
pdf Presidential address to the 45th Conference 1992
M.J. Willocks   p. xv

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pdf NZPPS Research Scholarship - Meredith Longley
  p. xvi

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pdf Secretary's annual report 1992/93
J.A. Zabkiewicz   p. xvi

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TopStonefruit
pdf Comparative mortality responses of two species of mites following heat treatment
B.C. Waddell, V.M. Jones and D.B. Birtles   pp. 1-5

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pdf The influence of components of the nectarine spray programme on Typhlodromus occidentalis (Nesbitt)
G.F. McLaren and J.A. Fraser   pp. 6-10

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pdf Herbicide tolerance of three ground cover species with potential for use in orchards
K.C. Harrington   pp. 11-14

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pdf Decreased sensitivity of Taphrina deformans (peach leaf curl) to copper fungicides in Hawkes Bay
L.H. Cheah, K.G. Tate, A.W. Hunt and N. De Silva   pp. 15-17

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pdf Control of leaf curl in stonefruit with difenoconazole
G. Follas and R.D. Welsh   pp. 18-20

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pdf Evaluation of pymetrozine to control green peach aphid on stonefruit
G. Follas   pp. 21-23

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TopVegetables and Ornamentals
pdf Tolerance of clary sage, coriander and caraway to herbicides applied pre- and post-emergence
R.B. Mitchell and R.J. Abernethy   pp. 24-29

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pdf Herbicide tolerance of and weed control in three medicinal herbs
M.J. Hartley   pp. 30-34

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pdf Herbicide tolerance and weed control in culinary herbs
M.J. Hartley   pp. 35-39

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pdf Conventional versus alternative pest management systems in cabbage crops
C.M. Ferguson and B.I.P. Barratt   pp. 40-44

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pdf Leafminer damage assessment experiments in laboratory and field with Scaptomyza flava
A.A. Seraj and P.G. Fenemore   pp. 45-48

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pdf Herbicide tolerance of garden nasturtium (Tropaeolum majus)
K.C. Harrington and V.T. Fakava   pp. 49-52

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pdf A systems approach to quarantine entomology: using asparagus infestation as a model
A. Carpenter and C.W. van Epenhuijsen   pp. 53-56

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pdf Controlled atmosphere disinfestation of fresh supersweet sweet corn for export
A. Carpenter   pp. 57-58

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pdf Herbicides for control of creeping buttercup (Ranunculus repens) in asparagus
P. Sanders and A. Rahman   pp. 59-61

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TopSubtropicals
pdf Reducing pesticide residues on kiwifruit
P.S. Stevens, D. Steven, C. Malcolm and P.T. Holland   pp. 62-66

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pdf Activity of oils against lightbrown apple moth (Epiphyas postvittana) larvae
C. Thomson, A.R. Tomkins and D.J. Wilson   pp. 67-70

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pdf Mineral oil and diazinon to control armoured scale on kiwifruit
R.H. Blank, M.H. Olson and P.L. Lo   pp. 71-74

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pdf Phytotoxicity to kiwifruit of oil sprayed after flowering
C.E. McKenna and D. Steven   pp. 75-79

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pdf Investigating two bee-safe materials for controlling latania scale on avocados during pollination
R.H. Blank, M.H. Olson, J.B. Clark and G.S.C. Gill   pp. 80-85

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pdf Psocid eggs on avocados mistaken for leafroller eggs
R.H. Blank, M.H. Olson, G.S.C. Gill and J.B. Clark   pp. 86-88

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pdf Kiwifruit storage and mineral oil
P.S. Stevens and D. Steven   pp. 89-90

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TopPesticide Performance and Activity
pdf An environmental yardstick for pesticides
J.A.W.A. Reus   pp. 91-96

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pdf Effects of the insect growth regulator fenoxycarb on two lacewing species in the laboratory and field
S. Rumpf and D. Penman   pp. 97-101

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pdf Evaluation of endothall for aquatic weed control in New Zealand
R.D.S. Wells and J.S. Clayton   pp. 102-106

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pdf Chlorsulfuron induced nitrate accumulation in a sensitive wheat cultivar: cause and effect
M. Andrews, F. Dastgheib and A.V. Jones   pp. 107-110

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pdf Chlorsulfuron effects on leaf extenstion, acetolactate synthase activity and branched chain amino acid content of a susceptible wheat cultivar
F. Dastghieb, J.D. Morton, M.F. Barnes and M. Andrews   pp. 111-114

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pdf Leaching and movement of imazapyr in different soil types
A. Rahman, T.K. James and P. Sanders   pp. 115-119

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TopPipfruit
pdf Resistance to chlorpyrifos in the mealybugs Pseudococcus affinis and P. longispinus in Hawkes Bay and Waikato pipfruit orchards
J.G. Charles, J.T.S. Walker and V. White   pp. 120-125

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pdf Field control of chlorpyrifos-resistant mealybugs (Pseudococcus affinis) in a Hawkes Bay orchard
J.T.S. Walker, V. White and J.G. Charles   pp. 126-128

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pdf Pheromone trapping and insecticide use in canterbury apple orcards
D.M. Suckling and G.M. Burnip   pp. 129-134

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pdf Commercial use of leafroller pheromone traps in Nelson
P.W. Shaw, V.M. Cruikshank and D.M. Suckling   pp. 135-140

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pdf Efficacy of carbaryl, Bacillus thuringiensis and pyrethrum against lightbrown apple moth larvae on apples
D.M. Suckling, P.W. Shaw and B. Brown   pp. 141-145

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pdf Control of codling moth with commercial preparation of granulosis virus
C.H. Wearing   pp. 146-151

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pdf Pest and disease decision support for Hawkes Bay growers - A survey
T.M. Stewart, G.A. Norton, J.D. Mumford and P.G. Fenemore   pp. 152-161

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pdf A decision model for miticide use in apple orchards
A.J. Hayes, J.T.S. Walker, P.W. Shaw and V. White   pp. 162-165

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pdf Surfactant for postharvest control of diapausing twospotted spider mite Tetranychus urticae Koch on apples
P.R. Dentener, S.M. Peetz and J.H. Maindonald   pp. 166-170

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pdf Significance of the presence of streptomycin resistant plant pathogenic and epiphytic bacteria in New Zealand
J.L. Vanneste and J. Yu   pp. 171-173

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pdf Streptomycin resistance in Erwinia amylovora from apple and pear orchards
S.C. Gouk, K.G. Tate, C.N. Hale, R.G. Clark and M.D. Voyle   pp. 174-176

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pdf Evaluation of a simple method for detection of fire blight (Erwinia amylovora)
S.C. Gouk, S.O. Hutchings and M.D. Voyle   pp. 177-178

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TopNatural Productss
pdf Insect antifeedants - a New Zealand perspective
G.B. Russell and G.A. Lane   pp. 179-186

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pdf Effect of selected plants on the growth and development of leafrollers
A. Barrington, G.B. Russell and G.A. Lane   pp. 187-190

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pdf Antifeedant and insecticidal activity of some New Zealand gymnosperms
P.J. Gerard, B.H. Rohitha, N.B. Perry, L.D. Ruf, A.K. Karl and L.M. Foster   pp. 191-193

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pdf A bioassay to evaluate native plant extracts as slug feeding deterrents
B.I.P. Barratt, S.D. Lorimer, N.B. Perry, M. Bashi-Hammer, L.M. Foster and C.M. Ferguson   pp. 194-196

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pdf A preliminary evaluation of some naturally occurring volatiles on codling moth eggs
B.H. Rohitha, R.M. McDonald, R.A. Hill and A.K. Karl   pp. 197-199

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TopPasture Pests
pdf Farmers evaluation of weed and invertebrate pest problems in pasture
R.F. van Toor and R.J. Stuck   pp. 200-205

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pdf The effect of Metarhizium anisopliae formulations, and their combination with Serratia entomophila, on grass grub larvae
T.A. Jackson and W.G. Chinn   pp. 206-209

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pdf Evaluation of a technique for the early detection of pasture damage by grass grub, Costelytra zealandica, and porina, Wiseana sp
R.F. van Toor, R.N. Watson, B.E. Willoughby and B.I.P. Barratt   pp. 210-214

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pdf Susceptibility of warm-season grasses to feeding and oviposition by the Agentine stem weevil (Listronotus bonariensis)
A.C. Firth, G.M. Barker and P.J. Addison   pp. 215-218

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pdf Argentine stem weevil damage to endophyte-infected perennial ryegrass planted in association with endophyte-free ryegrass and poa
A.J. Popay, C.J. Saunders and R.A. Mainland   pp. 219-223

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pdf Thiodocarb seed treatment for the protection of seedling ryegrass from Argentine stem weevil larvae
P.J. Addison, G.M. Barker and A.C. Firth   pp. 224-227

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pdf Seed treatment for the protection of seedling white clover from nematodes
G.M. Barker, P.J. Addison and R.N. Watson   pp. 228-232

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pdf Two-year grass grub cause damage in midsummer in Canterbury
T.A. Jackson and R.J. Townsend   pp. 233-234

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pdf Adult grass grub dispersal of Serratia entomophila
M. O'Callaghan and T.A. Jackson   pp. 235-236

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pdf Longevity of high density Serratia entomophila cultures under refrigerated and ambient conditions
J.F. Pearson, S.D. Young and T.A. Jackson   pp. 237-238

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pdf Distribution of the bacterium Serratia entomophila in the soil when applied in high water volumes
M.L. Garham, R.J. Townsend, D. Baird and S.D. Young   pp. 239-241

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pdf Eurythecta zelaea, and occasional dryland pasture pest
C.M. Ferguson and W.J. Fraser   pp. 242-244

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pdf Effects of soil treatments on growth and root pathogen status of pasture plants
U. Sarathchandra, M.E. di Menna, R.N. Watson, G. Burch and J.A. Read   pp. 245-247

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pdf Activities of some rhizosphere bacteria in Waikato pastoral soils
U. Sarathchandra, J.A. Read and G. Burch   pp. 248-250

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TopPasture Weeds
pdf An experimental mycoherbicide utilising Sclerotinia sclerotiorum controls pasture populations of Cirsium arvense in Canterbury
G.W. Bourdot, I.C. Harvey, G.A. Hurrell and R.T. Alexander   pp. 251-256

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pdf Pasture grasses and white clover unaffected by an inundative application of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum
G.A. Hurrell and G.W. Bourdot   pp. 257-260

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pdf Pathogenicity of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum on common thistle species and other pasture weeds
N.W. Waipara, I.C. Harvey and G.W. Bourdot   pp. 261-264

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pdf Sclerotium populations after inundative application of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum to Californian thistle
C. Harvey, N.W. Waipara and G.W. Bourdot   pp. 265-269

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pdf Evaluation of a potential mycoherbicide for control of Ranunculus acris, giant buttercup
S. Hardwick, R.C. Close and R.J. Field   pp. 270-273

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pdf Regeneration sites of Ranunculus acris are the target for Sclerotinia sclerotiorum, a potential mycoherbicide
S. Green, D.J. Saville, G.W. Bourdot, I.C. Harvey, R.J. Field and R.C. Close   pp. 274-277

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pdf Integrated management of Californian thistle in pasture
R.B. Mitchell and R.J. Abernethy   pp. 278-281

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pdf Herbicide tolerance of Grasslands Puna chicory
M.D. Hare, M.P. Rolston, A.G. Foote, W. Archie and G. Hagerty   pp. 282-287

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pdf Tolerance of white clover to some phenoxy herbicides and mixtures
T.K. James, A. Rahman and P. Sanders   pp. 288-291

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pdf Evaluation of thifensulfuron for control of oxeye daisy in pasture
K.S. Nicholson, T.K. James and A. Rahman   pp. 292-294

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pdf Interference of rosette ragwort with forage plant emergence, mortality and growth
M. Ahmed and D.A. Wardle   pp. 295-296

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TopForests
pdf The fate of sodium monofluoroacetate (1080) in water, mammals and invertebrates
C.T. Eason, R. Gooneratne, G.R. Wright, R. Pierce and C.M. Frampton   pp. 297-301

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pdf Evaluation of repellents to prevent possum browsing
D.R. Morgan and A.D. Woodhouse   pp. 302-306

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pdf The effectiveness of sulfluramid in sardine bait for control of wasps (Hymenoptera: Vespidae)
E.B. Spurr   pp. 307-312

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pdf A rapid screening method for selecting grass species with potential for suppressing pampas growth
J.W. Ray and B. Richardson   pp. 313-318

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pdf Quantification of herbicide spray deposit variation following aerial application in forestry operations
B. Richardson, J. Ray and A. Vanner   pp. 319-324

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TopField Crops
pdf Field penetration of beneficial insects from habitat islands: hoverfly dispersal from flowering crop strips
G.L. Lovei, J.M. Hickman, D. McDougall and S.D. Wratten   pp. 325-328

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pdf Novel crops in cereal fields: habitat refuges for arthropod natural enemies
D.J. Hodgson and G.L. Lovei   pp. 329-333

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pdf Virulence of a Manawatu population of the hessian fly to several wheat cultivars
M.O. Harris   pp. 334-337

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pdf The below-ground foodweb as an indicator of disturbances resulting from weed management practices in two contrasting agro-ecosystems
D.A. Wardle, G.W. Yeates, R.N. Watson, K.S. Nicholson and M. Ahmed   pp. 338-343

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pdf Green manures - benefits for weed control?
A.I. Popay, W. Stiefel and M. Daly   pp. 344-347

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pdf Effects on broad-leaved docks and couch of undersowing cereals with clovers
A.I. Popay, W. Stiefel and D. Graves   pp. 348-350

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Material from these papers was presented at the New Zealand Plant Protection Society's Annual Conference held at Hotel Russley, Christchurch on 10-12 August 1993.

This volume was edited by A.J. Popay and published by The New Zealand Plant Protection Society Inc.

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