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Author(s):Koppenhöfer, A. M.; Alm, Steven R.; Cowles, Richard S.; McGraw, Benjamin A.; Swier, Stanley; Vittum, Patricia J.
Author Affiliation:Koppenhöfer: Extension Specialist, Department of Entomology, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, N.J.; Alm: Professor, Department of Plant Sciences and Entomolgy, University of Rhode Island, Kingston; Cowles: Agricultural Scientist, Balley Laboratory, The Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station, Windsor; McGraw: Associate Professor, Department of Golf and Plant Sciences, State University of New York at Delhi; Swier: Emeritus Extension Professor and Specialist, Department of Biological Sciences, University of New Hampshire, Durham; Vittum: Professor, Department of Plant and Soil Science, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Title:Managing pyrethroid-susceptible annual bluegrass weevil
Section:Research
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Source:Golf Course Management. Vol. 80, No. 4, April 2012, p. 104-110.
# of Pages:7
Publishing Information:Lawrence, Kansas: Golf Course Superintendents Association of America
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Application rates; Beneficial insects; Cultural methods; Listronotus maculicollis; Insecticide efficacy; Insecticide resistance; Pest control; Pesticide use; Preventive control; Pyrethroid insecticides; Recommendations; Risk assessment; Susceptibility
Abstract/Contents:Describes how "over the last decade, the annual bluegrass weevil has become one of the most destructive and difficult to manage insect pests on golf courses." Details the "best 'management option' for resistant annual bluegrass weevil populations." Mentions the "goal is to optimize insecticide efficacy while reducing selection pressure for insecticide resistance by minimizing applications, especially of pyrethroid insecticides and rotating insecticide mode-of-action, ideally targeting other likely pest problems with the same application, and using compounds that minimize the impact on beneficial predators." Lists the alternatives to pyrethroids. Concludes that "pyrethroid-susceptible populations can be managed, but avoiding development of resistance will require knowledgeable superintendents, scouting for annual bluegrass weevil life stages, and the wise use of pesticides."
Language:English
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Koppenhöfer, A. M., S. R. Alm, R. S. Cowles, B. A. McGraw, S. Swier, and P. J. Vittum. 2012. Managing pyrethroid-susceptible annual bluegrass weevil. Golf Course Manage. 80(4):p. 104-110.
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