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New Zealand Plant Protection 55 (2002)

TopBiosecurity
pdf Possibility of control of painted apple moth (Teia anartoides) using single component mating disruption
D.M. Suckling, J.G. Charles, D. Allen and P.S. Stevens   pp. 1-6

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pdf Sterilisation of painted apple moth Teia anortoides (Lepidoptera: Lymantriidae) by irradiation
D.M. Suckling, J.K. Hackett, A.M. Barrington and J.M. Daly   pp. 7-11

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pdf Biosecurity and aphids in New Zealand
D.A.J. Teulon and M.A.W. Stufkens   pp. 12-17

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pdf Thrips palmi Karny (Thysanoptera: Thripidae): could it survive in New Zealand?
P.R. Dentener, D.C. Whiting and P.G. Connolly   pp. 18-24

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pdf The yellow flower wasp, Radumeris tasmaniensis Saussure (Hymenoptera: Scoliidae): potential threat to New Zealand native fauna
B.I.P. Barratt, B.E. Willoughby, D. Wilson and A.M. Booth   pp. 25-29

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pdf Tropical grass webworm (Herpetogramma licarsisalis): implications for dairy farming in Northland
BE. Willoughby and S.A. Barns   pp. 30-36

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pdf An ecological perspective to host-specificity testing of biocontrol agents
J.G. Charles and D.J. Allan   pp. 37-41

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pdf Pathways of entry and spread of rust pathogens: implications for New Zealand's biosecurity
S.L.H. Viljanen-Rollinson and M.G. Cromey   pp. 42-48

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pdf New diseases of asparagus - a threat to New Zealand's biosecurity
L-H Cheah and R.D. Davis   pp. 49-52

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pdf Molecular detection of exotic phytopathogenic bacteria: a case study involving canker-like symptoms on citrus
R.K. Taylor, J.L. Tyson, R.A. Fullerton and C.N. Hale   pp. 53-57

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TopForestry
pdf Species of Fusarium on Pinus radiata in New Zealand
M.A. Dick and K. Dobbie   pp. 58-62

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pdf Advances in understanding the mode of action of MBT fungicide used in wood protection
T. Singh, R. Wakeling, B. Kreber, M.V. Jaspers and A. Stewart   pp. 63-67

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pdf Susceptibility of provenances of spotted gums to Ramularia shoot blight
N.M. Self, E.A.B. Aitken and M.D. Dale   pp. 68-72

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pdf Potential of Beauveria and Metarhizium as control agents of pinhole borers (Platypus spp.)
T.R. Glare, C. Placet, T.L. Nelson and S.D. Reay   pp. 73-79

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pdf A carbosulfan insecticide to protect pine seedlings from Hylastes ater (Coleoptera: Scolytidae) damage
S.D. Reay and P.J. Walsh   pp. 80-84

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pdf Species composition and abundance of leafrollers in a Canterbury pine plantation
E.G. Brockerhoff, H. Jactel, A.C. Leckie and D.M. Suckling   pp. 85-89

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TopGrassland Weeds
pdf The risk to Solanum spp. in New Zealand from Gargaphia decoris (Hem.: Tingidae), a potential biocontrol agent against woolly nightshade, S. mauritianum
T.M. Withers, T. Olckers and S.V. Fowler   pp. 90-94

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pdf Satellite mapping of gorse at regional scales
J.D. Shepherd and W.G. Lee   pp. 95-98

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pdf Future changes in New Zealand's hill country pasture weeds
A.I. Popay, A. Rahman and T.K. James   pp. 99-105

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pdf Estimating economic losses due to pasture weeds
G.W. Bourd˘t and D.J. Saville   pp. 106-110

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pdf Controlling Californian thistle (Cirsium arvense) through pasture management
J.P.J. Eerens, S.S. Seefeldt, G. Garry and M.L. Armstrong   pp. 111-115

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pdf Weed establishment in the second year after high pasture sowing rates
M.L. Armstrong, K.C. Harrington and S.S. Seefeldt   pp. 116-120

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TopHorticultural Pathology
pdf Relationships between autumn black spot, leaf litter and Venturia inaequalis ascospore production in apple orchards
I.J. Horner and M.B. Horner   pp. 121-124

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pdf Impact of phylloplane management on microbial populations
N.W. Waipara, F.O. Obanor and M. Walter   pp. 125-128

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pdf Assessment of phylloplane micro-organism populations in Canterbury apple orchards
G.R. Bakker, C.M. Frampton, M.V. Jaspers, A. Stewart and M. Walter   pp. 129-134

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pdf Effects of mulching with vineyard and winery waste on soil fungi and botrytis bunch rot in Marlborough vineyards
D.C. Mundy and R.H. Agnew   pp. 135-138

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pdf Detection of Phaeomoniella chlamydospora in soil using species-specific PCR
S.A. Whiteman, M.V. Jaspers, A. Stewart and H.J. Ridgway   pp. 139-145

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pdf Evaluation of Bio-start™ soil conditioners for control of sclerotia of Ciborinia camelliae
R.F. van Toor, M.V. Jaspers and A. Stewart   pp. 146-149

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pdf Rapid method for the detection and quantification of Botrytis cinerea in plant tissues
F.O. Obanor, M. Walter, N.W. Waipara and R. Cernusko   pp. 150-153

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TopApplication Technology
pdf New adjuvant technology for pesticide use on wine grapes
R.E. Gaskin, D.W. Manktelow and G.S. Elliott   pp. 154-158

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pdf Influence of sugars on the foliar uptake of bentazone and glyphosate
Z.Q. Liu   pp. 159-162

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pdf Lower formulation pH does not enhance bentazone uptake into plant foliage
Z.Q. Liu   pp. 163-167

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pdf Evaluating targeted aerial spraying for insect control
B. Richardson   pp. 168-171

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pdf Herbicide runoff studies in an arable soil under simulated rainfall
K. MŘller, M. Trolove, T.K. James and A. Rahman   pp. 172-176

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TopVegetables - Entomology & Pathology
pdf Movement of potato moth estimated by mark-recapture experiments
P.J. Cameron, G.P. Walker, A.R. Wallace and P.J. Wigley   pp. 177-181

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pdf Improving the pheromone lure for diamondback moth
D.M. Suckling, A.R. Gibb, J.M. Daly, D.J. Rogers and G.P. Walker   pp. 182-187

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pdf Towards integrated pest management of Thrips tabaci in onions
P.J. Workman and N.A. Martin   pp. 188-192

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pdf Seedling infection assay for resistance to Sclerotium cepivorum in Allium species
S.A. Hunger, K.L. McLean, C.C. Eady and A. Stewart   pp. 193-196

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pdf Evaluation of micro-organisms for biocontrol of grey mould on lettuce
S. Card, M.V. Jaspers, M. Walter and A. Stewart   pp. 197-201

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TopArable & Horticultural Weeds
pdf Establishment techniques for dichondra ground covers in orchards
K.C. Harrington, B.J. Anderson and E.A. Cameron   pp. 202-206

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pdf Efficacy of a certified organic herbicide based on pine essence
T.K. James, A. Rahman, M. Trolove and H. Frith   pp. 207-212

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pdf Emergence of weeds as affected by vertical seed distribution in arable soils
T.K. James, A. Rahman, T. Webster and J. Waller   pp. 213-217

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pdf Weed suppressing ability of parthenin - a sesquiterpene lactone from Parthenium hysterophorus
D.R. Batish, H.P. Singh, D.B. Saxena and R.K. Kohli   pp. 218-221

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pdf Germination requirements of laboratory stored seeds of Solanum nigrum and Solanum physalifolium
S.L. Bithell, B.A. McKenzie, G.W. Bourdot, G.D. Hill and S.D. Wratten   pp. 222-227

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pdf Evaluation of some pre- and post-emergence herbicides for weed control in yacon
J.J.C. Scheffer, J.A. Douglas and C.M. Triggs   pp. 228-234

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pdf Management of Oxalis latifolia and Calystegia sepium in maize
A. Rahman, T.K. James, J.M. Mellsop and N. Pyke   pp. 235-240

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TopPasture Entomology
pdf Influence of climate regime on clover root weevil adult survival and physiology
P.J. Gerard and E.D. Arnold   pp. 241-245

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pdf Nodule damage by clover root weevil larvae in white clover swards
P.J. Gerard   pp. 246-251

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pdf Clover root weevil feeding and larval numbers on white and red clover seedlines
R.N. Watson, J.P.J. Eerens and L.T. Davis   pp. 252-257

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pdf Combining chlorpyrifos and diflubenzuron for effective management of clover flea (Sminthurus viridus)
B.E. Willoughby, B. Cooper, K. Panckhurst and D.J. Wilson   pp. 258-262

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pdf Field parasitism of Rhinocyllus conicus Froelich (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) by Microctonus aethiopoides Loan (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) in Otago and South Canterbury
T.J. Murray, B.I.P. Barratt and C.M. Ferguson   pp. 263-266

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pdf Allozyme variation between South American geographic populations of Microctonus hyperodae
I.I. Iline, C.B. Phillips, S.L. Goldson and H.M. Chapman   pp. 267-271

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pdf Microctonus hyperodae: a summary of releases and distribution in New Zealand pasture
M.R. McNeill, P.J. Addison, J.R. Proffitt, C.B. Phillips and S.L. Goldson   pp. 272-279

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pdf Parasitism by Microctonus aethiopoides on a novel host, Listronotus bonariensis, in Canterbury pastures
M.R. McNeill, J.M. Kean and S.L. Goldson   pp. 280-286

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pdf A computerised identification key for 30 genera of plant parasitic nematodes
N.L. Bell   pp. 287-290

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pdf Release of Serratia entomophila from prill formulations is affected by soil moisture
M. O'Callaghan, E.M. Gerard, V.W. Johnson, R.J. Townsend and T.A. Jackson   pp. 291-297

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pdf Toxicity of neem and pyrethrum extracts to adult grass grub
M.S. Qureshi, T.A. Jackson, R.J. Townsend and D.J. Saville   pp. 298-302

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TopStorage Pests
pdf Carbon dioxide fumigation of Thrips tabaci in export onions
B.B.C. Page, M.J. Bendall, A. Carpenter and C.W. van Epenhuijsen   pp. 303-307

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pdf Reproductive diapause in Nysius huttoni White (Heteroptera: Lygaeidae)
X.Z. He, Q. Wang and A. Carpenter   pp. 308-311

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TopArable Entomology & Pathology
pdf Improving prediction of aphid flights by temporal analysis of input data for an artificial neural network
S.P. Worner, G.O. Lankin, S. Samarasinghe and D.A.J. Teulon   pp. 312-316

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pdf Imidacloprid seed treatments for the control of springtails in seedling brassicas
P.J. Addison and P.W. Fisher   pp. 317-321

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pdf Tolerance of AR1 Neotyphodium endophyte to fungicides used in perennial ryegrass seed production
M.P. Rolston, W.J. Archie and W.R. Simpson   pp. 322-326

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pdf Fungicidal effect of volatile oils from Eucalyptus citriodora and its major constituent citronellal
H. Ramezani, H.P. Singh, D.R. Batish, R.K. Kohli and J.S. Dargan   pp. 327-330

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pdf Epidemiology and control of leaf and awn spot of barley caused by Ramularia collo-cygni
I.C. Harvey   pp. 331-335

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pdf Fungicide control of stripe rust in wheat: protection or eradication?
S.L.H. Viljanen-Rollinson, R.A. Parkes, T. Armour and M.G. Cromey   pp. 336-340

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pdf Effects of fungicides applied at anthesis on Fusarium head blight and mycotoxins in wheat
M.G. Cromey, R.A. Parkes, K.I. Sinclair, D.R. Lauren and R.C. Butler   pp. 341-346

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TopHorticultural Entomology
pdf Autumn and spring control of black cherry aphid on sweet cherry in Central Otago
G.F. McLaren and J.A. Fraser   pp. 347-353

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pdf A survey of armoured scale insects on kiwifruit shelter
L.E. Jamieson, S. Dobson, J. Cave and P.S. Stevens   pp. 354-360

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pdf Temperature-dependent development of parasitoids on two species of armoured scale insects
D.P. Logan and C. Thomson   pp. 361-367

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pdf Selection of wild hosts for feeding by passion vine hopper, Scolypopa australis (Walker) (Hemiptera: Ricaniidae) in the Bay of Plenty
D.P. Logan, P.A. Allison and K. Stannard   pp. 368-373

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pdf Adult activity patterns of Cnephasia jactatana Walker (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae)
A. Jimenez-Perez, Q. Wang and N.P. Markwick   pp. 374-379

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pdf Effect of pesticides on cymbidium orchid pollen-cap mite and its predator Hypoaspis sp.
P.J. Workman and N.A. Martin   pp. 380-384

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pdf The search for a vector of strawberry lethal yellows (SLY) in New Zealand
J.G. Charles, D.J. Allan, M.T. Andersen, G. Langford and D. Mossop   pp. 385-389

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pdf European earwig phenology and effect of understorey management on population estimation
G.M. Burnip, J.M. Daly, J.K. Hackett and D.M. Suckling   pp. 390-395

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TopBiotechnology
pdf Issues relating to the practical use of transgenic crops for insect pest management
D.A.J. Teulon and J.E. Losey   pp. 396-404

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pdf Evaluation of field grown potato lines transgenic for a cry1Ac9 gene conferring resistance to potato tuber moth
M.M. Davidson, M.F.G. Takla, J.K. Reader, R.C. Butler, S.D. Wratten and A.J. Conner   pp. 405-410

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pdf Effects of biotin-binding proteins on eight species of pasture invertebrates
L.A. Malone, E.P.J. Burgess, C.F. Mercer, J.T. Christeller, M.T. Lester, C. Murray, M.M. Phung, B.A. Philip, E.L. Tregidga and J.H. Todd   pp. 411-415

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pdf Effects of two protease inhibitors on larvae of Argentine stem weevil and clover root weevil
J.H. Todd, L.A. Malone, H.S. Gatehouse, E.P.J. Burgess, J.T. Christeller, B.A. Philip and E.L. Tregidga   pp. 416-420

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pdf A strong inhibitor of chymotrypsin/elastase is highly antimetabolic to Helicoverpa armigera larvae
L.N. Gatehouse, J.T. Christeller, H.S. Gatehouse and X.Y. Zou   pp. 421-428

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TopPoster Abstracts
pdf Eco2fume® for control of onion thrips
A. Carpenter, C.W. Van Epenhuijsen, D.W. Brash and Z. Zhang   p. 429

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pdf Controlled atmosphere for raspberry bud moth (Heterocrossa rubophaga) control
A. Carpenter and J.P. Koolaard   p. 429

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pdf The application of artificial intelligence to pest risk analysis
L. Peacock, S.P. Worner and S. Samarasinghe   p. 430

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pdf Using chemical structure to select compounds for insect disinfestation research
G.C. Bradfield, P.R. Dentener and P.G. Connolly   p. 430

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pdf Biosecure - a spatially explicit model for assessing risk association with alien organisms in New Zealand indigenous ecosystems
G.M. Barker, C. Hunter, A. Stephens, D. Rutledge, R. Harris and M.-C. Lariviere   p. 431

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pdf Fuller's rose weevil responses to lemon volatiles
D.M. Suckling, J.M. Daly, J.K. Hackett and A.R. Gibb   p. 431

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pdf Monitoring the effectiveness of weed control
A.I. Popay   p. 432

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pdf How weedy are plants recently naturalised in New Zealand?
P.A. Williams and R. Randall   p. 432

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pdf The potential of Mecysolobus erro (Curculionidae) as a biological control agent for Buddleia
B.A. Gresham, M.K. Kay, W. Faulds and T.M. Withers   p. 433

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pdf Biology of the gall wasp Nambouria xanthops (Hym.: Pteromalidae) on Eucalyptus in New Zealand
T.M. Withers, B.A. Gresham and J.G. Van Der Waals   p. 433

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pdf An inoculation screening protocol for cypress canker in Cupressus macrocarpa
I.A. Hood, J.F. Gardner, H. Tsatsia, P.G. Long and K.J. Horgan   p. 434

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pdf Vanilla mosaic virus: a distinct potyvirus species
K. Farreyrol and M.N. Pearson   p. 434

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pdf Are common crop viruses a threat to New Zealand's only native cucurbit, Sicyos australis?
C. Delmiglio and M.N. Pearson   p. 435

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pdf Potato viruses in New Zealand: differences in cultivar resistance
J.D. Fletcher, J. Dannock, R.A. Lister and R.C. Butler   p. 435

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pdf Management of squash mosaic diseases in New Zealand
J.D. Fletcher, T.J.B. Herman, R.A. Lister, R.C. Butler and G.R. Travis   p. 436

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pdf New Zealand native aphids
D.A.J. Teulon, M.A.W. Stufkens, C.D. Von Dohlen and J.M. Kean   p. 436

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pdf Nasonovia ribis-nigri, a new aphid pest found on lettuces (Lactuca sativa) and Ribes spp. in Canterbury
M.A.W. Stufkens, D.A.J.Teulon and S.R. Bulman   p. 437

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pdf Woolly apple aphid resistance of five apple accessions
M. Sandanayaka and V. Bus   p. 437

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pdf Thrips incidence on grape flowers in New Zealand
M.V. Marroni, D.A.J. Teulon, R.R. Scott and M.V. Jaspers   p. 438

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pdf Sampling intensities required for monitoring onion thrips (Thrips tabaci) (Thysanoptera: Thripidae)
K.J. Froud   p. 438

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pdf Monitoring techniques reveal differences in the scale parasitoid complex on pipfruit
P.W. Shaw and D.R. Wallis   p. 439

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pdf Isolation of clover root weevil (Sitona lepidus) aggregation pheromone
J.R. Proffitt, M.R. McNeill and S.L. Goldson   p. 439

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pdf Hydrolytic enzyme activities in Trichoderma spp.
G. Burch and S.U. Sarathchandra   p. 440

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pdf Mycorrhizal fungi in Whangarei avocado orchards
P.J. Clark, P.G. Long and K.C. Harrington   p. 440

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pdf Molecular diagnostics in industry: sources of petri disease in grapevine nurseries
S.A. Whiteman, M.V. Jaspers, A. Stewart and H.J. Ridgway   p. 441

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pdf Evaluation of biofumigants and Trichoderma products for suppression of soil-borne pathogens on potatoes
L-H Cheah, K.G. Tate, S. Butcher and B. McIntosh   p. 441

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pdf Pathogenicity of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum on giant buttercup (Ranunculus acris)
B.M. Pottinger, H.J. Ridgway, G.W. Bourd˘t and A. Stewart   p. 442

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pdf Bioherbicidal activity of an isolated saponin molecule from Xanthium strumarium L.
S. Sondhia, N. Saxena and N.K. Saxena   p. 442

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pdf Chemical analysis of triterpene-glycosides of a medicinal plant Bryonopsis laciniosa
N.K. Saxena, N. Saxena, S. Sondhia and N. Balyani   p. 443

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pdf Early detection of new weeds: how often to do surveillance?
S.M. Timmins, S. Harris and J. Brown   p. 443

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pdf Ethyl formate: a potential organic fumigant for fresh produce
H. Krishna, C.W. Van Epenhuijsen, A. Carpenter, Z. Zhang, D.W. Brash, R. Ryan, S. Bishop, N. Grant and M. Fontinha   p. 444

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TopAppendices
pdf Presidential address to the 54th NZ Plant Protection Conference on 15 August 2001
D.M. Suckling   pp. 446-447

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pdf Annual report of the Secretary for the 2001-2002 year
L.J. McKay   p. 448

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pdf Obituary - Alan Carpenter
  p. 449

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pdf NZPPS Research Scholarship - Stuart Card
  p. 450

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Material from these papers was presented at the New Zealand Plant Protection Society's Annual Conference held at Centra Hotel, Rotorua on 12-15 August 2002.

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

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