3 edition of Damage appraisal and pheromone trapping studies for the Black army cutworm in British Columbia found in the catalog.
Damage appraisal and pheromone trapping studies for the Black army cutworm in British Columbia
|Statement||by Thomas F. Maher.|
|Series||FRDA report -- 117.|
|Contributions||Maher, Thomas Francis, 1954- ., Canada. Forestry Canada., Forest Resource Development Agreement (Canada).|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 39  p. :|
|Number of Pages||39|
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Damage Appraisal and Pheromone Trapping Studies for the Black Army Cutworm in British Columbia: Author(s) or contact(s): T.F. Maher Source: Research Branch Subject: Pests and Pesticides Series: FRDA Report Other details: Published Hardcopy is available.
Damage appraisal and pheromone trapping studies for the black army cutworm in British Columbia. Author(s): Maher, T. Author Affiliation: TFM Forestry Ltd., Author: T. Maher. Damage: The most important cutworm in B.C.'s forests is the black army cutworm Actebia fennica.
The larvae are defoliators, feeding in the daylight hours in the spring, but as the season warms they hide in the soil by day and feed only after sunset. Monitoring the Black Cutworm with Pheromone Traps.
The black cutworm monitoring and forecasting program is coordinated by the MU-IPM Program, in cooperation with the MU Commercial Agriculture Program's climatologists and programmers with the MU AgEBB (Agriculture Electronic Bulletin Board).The MU IPM program supports volunteer trappers in approximately 25 Missouri counties ().
Damage appraisal and pheromone trapping studies for the Black army cutworm in British Columbia / by Thomas F. Maher. [Victoria, B.C.: Forestry Canada], Transportation and highways quick facts book. -- [Victoria]: Province of British Columbia, Ministry of Transportation and Highways, tankobe wrote:The army cutworm moth is a critical source of fat for as many as a third of Yellowstone National Park's grizzly bears; they overturn rocks to find them, as many as 40, per bear in a single day.
(A) bears; they overturn rocks to find them, as many as (B) bears; overturning rocks to find the insects, up to (C) bears, overturning rocks to find them, as many as. Stems are difficult to cut through, but injury can occur. Damage, however, usually is less extensive over a field.
This is a mature black cutworm. Note the dark, greasy appearance and the pebbly texture of the skin. Remember that other cutworm species may be present in the field, such as dingy, darksided, or claybacked cutworms.
A prototype ground-based pheromone trap design, baited with various pheromone lures, was field tested for effectiveness in trapping male Agriotes obscurus and Agriotes lineatus click beetles in British Columbia.
Pheromone dispensers containing geranyl octanoate and geranyl hexanoate in a ratio caught the greatest numbers of A. obscurus, whereas those containing geranyl octanoate and Cited by: In fields where stands are thin and poorly tillered, 1 or 2 army cutworms per square foot may justify treatment.
With vigorous wheat stands, treatment is usually not necessary until populations average 4 to 5 worms per square foot. It is important to detect and control army cutworms while they are small, before they cause significant crop losses.
Storm systems from the Southwestern portions of the country have brought more than rain showers. Many of our pheromone trap cooperators captured black cutworm moths over the last week though numbers are relatively low.
Most surprising was the number of armyworm moths captured in East Central Indiana. A prototype ground-based pheromone trap design, baited with various pheromone lures, was field tested for effectiveness in trapping male Agriotes obscurus and Agriotes lineatus click beetles in British Columbia.
Pheromone dispensers containing geranyl octanoate and geranyl hexanoate in a ratio caught the greatest numbers of A. obscurus Cited by: Although the cutworm has the potential for considerable damage, outbreaks are relatively rare.
The crops most severely attacked are maize, vegetables, cotton, tobacco, and turf grasses. An outbreak in Pennsylvania infor instance, decimated ha of maize. Western Bean Cutworm Sampling Protocol.
Keith Waldron, Field Crops IPM Coordinator. What you will need: (Sources of equipment will be provided later in this document.) Green bucket traps (also known as unit or universal traps) will be used to trap male moths. These are the same traps used for trapping black cutworm and fall armyworm.
Proceedings of the 4th International Workshop on Genetics of Host-Parasite Interactions in Forestry Screening Sitka Spruce for Resistance to Weevil Damage in British Columbia. René I. Alfaro.
and John N. King. Abstract. The white pine weevil,Author: René I. Alfaro, John N. King. Introduction. In migratory insect species, individuals that engage in migratory behavior usually undergo changes in their morphological, physiological, and behavioral traits (the so-called "migration syndrome") that facilitate long-duration flight and successful colonization of new habitats (DingleDrake et al.
).An example of morphological changes related to migration is the Cited by: DAMAGE. Cutworms cut young plants off at the base or near the ground level. Usually, it is necessary to dig in the soil to find cutworm larvae and to determine the extent of the infestation and the size of the cutworms involved.
MANAGEMENT. If the cutworm population is reducing the plant stand, treat during the seedling stage. The efficacy of various insecticides and application methods in protecting potatoes from wireworm (Agriotes obscurus L.) damage as well as reducing wireworm populations was studied over 5 yr in Agassiz, British tion from wireworm damage was measured by the number of blemishes to daughter tubers, and effects on wireworm populations were measured by sampling soil Cited by: Full text of "Journal of the Entomological Society of British Columbia" See other formats.
sex pheromone in the collection of male fall army-worm in ﬁeld tests. Because of the collection of nontarget Hymenoptera in related studies (Meagher & Mitchell ), a secondary objective was to compare collection of aculeate Hy-menoptera in pheromone- and phenylacetalde-hyde-baited traps.
M ATERIALS AND M ETHODS Army Cutworm Moths (Euxoa auxiliaries), like a lot of insects, are very proficient reproducers. In fact, individual females can settle into the soil and oviposit, or lay, anywhere from to eggs (Burton et al. This release of eggs marks the end of a long, spectacular journey for the adult moths.
Soon after. Analysis of historic western spruce budworm defoliation in south central British Columbia Article in Forest Ecology and Management (1) May with 74 Reads How we measure 'reads'. by me or the Dean of Graduate Studies.
It is understood that copying or publication of this work for financlal gain shall not be allowed without my written permission. Improved Insect Pest Management for Crisp H6ad Lettuce Grown in S.W. British Columbia Author: (signature) John R. MacKenzie (name 7 March (date 1.
Researchers at the University of British Columbia have shed new light on how mountain pine beetles produce an important pheromone called trans-verbenol, which could aid in efforts to better predict outbreaks. In recent years, mountain pine beetles have destroyed more than 25 million hectares of pine forests in western North America.
Forty-two forensic entomology cases, from human death investigations in British Columbia, (B.C.) were analyzed. The insects collected from the remains were identified based on species.
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Book Title. Furniture beetles, their life-history and how to check or prevent the damage caused by the worm. British Museum (Natural History) Gahan, Charles Joseph, Laing, Frederick.
Publication Details. London,Printed by the order of the Trustees of the British Museum,Holding Institution. Cornell University Library Sponsor Cited by: 1.
Pink bollworm, Pectinophora gossypiella (Saunders), continues to be a significant pest of cotton worldwide. Two factors essential for effective integrated pest management (IPM) programs for pink bollworm include: 1) quantification of damage-yield relationships, and economic injury levels, and 2) practical sampling plans for estimating pest density, or classifying the pest population above or Cited by: 5.
Heather Shobe, agriculture support worker with the ACRD, has asked Tracy Hueppelsheuser, an entomologist with the BC Ministry of Agriculture, for a comprehensive information and management sheet about armyworms, specifically targeted to Vancouver Island producers, support with a pheromone trap monitoring and reporting program and information.
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Many species. Pest description and crop damage Caterpillars vary in color when full grown: 1 to 2 inches long. They feed on foliage of older plants or cut off young plants at ground level.
Larvae of both commonly feed on plants at night, hiding in or on the soil surface under leaf litter by day. Newly emerged males ofHyphantria cunea (Drury) (Lepidoptera: Arctiidae), marked with different fluorescent colors, were recaptured by pheromone trapping.
Three Uni-traps, baited with (3Z,6Z)9,epoxyheneicosadiene, (9Z,12Z,15Z)octadecatrienal, and (3Z,6Z)9,epoxyheneicosa-triene in a ratio, total 6 mg/dispenser, were placed in a line 15 m apart, perpendicular to the dominant Cited by: Fall armyworm larvae can feed on the grass any time of the day or the night but they are more active early in the morning and late in the evening.
The symptoms of feeding damage by armyworm larvae include skeletonized grass leaves due to feeding by newly born larvae or entirely consumed grass leaves by mature larvae. is a FREE service to buy and sell used textbooks. You can save a lot of money.
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Studies have been conducted by citizens as well as universities and agencies. Please click on the links above for more information on specific efforts in citizen science and university and agency research. Many of the studies focus on specific aspects of earthworm impact on forest ecology including: Effects on Plants; Effects on Animals.
Browse Roundworms news, research and analysis from The Conversation. British Columbia By N. Humphreys cially European white poplar, Populus alba L., and Lombardy poplar, P.
nigra L. italica. In recent years damage has increasingly occurred in natural stands of trembling aspen, black cot-tonwood, and occasionally willow, Salix spp. The satin moth initially occurred on Vancouver Island and the.
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).sweeping and the actual infestation, in British Columbia and Wisconsin, where BHFW has caused serious Pupae often form a silk case within leaves; this one has been opened to show pupa for the photo. BHFW-3 damage for years, visual sampling is recommended.
This is a more effective means to detect an infestation of small larvae.