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Author(s):Grewal, P. S.; Malik, V. S.; Shetlar, D. J.
Author Affiliation:Department of Entomology, Ohio Agriculture Research and Development Center, The Ohio State University
Title:Potential of imidacloprid, CGA 293-343, and halofenozide for curative control of the Japanese beetle (Popillia Japonica) and the northern masked chafer (Cyclocephla borealis) grubs in turfgrass
Section:Turfgrass insect control
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Source:Turfgrass Research Report - 1998 [Ohio State]. 1998, p. 52-57.
# of Pages:6
Publishing Information:[Columbus, OH: The Ohio State University]
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Popillia japonica; Pest control; Insect control; Golf rough; White grub control; Grub control; Cyclocephala borealis; Insecticides; Insecticide evaluation; Imidacloprid; Halofenozide; Trichlorfon; Entomopathogenic nematodes; Biological control; Heterorhabditis bacteriophora; Life cycle; Pest profile; Mode of action; Application timing; Golf courses; Golf fairways; Formulations; Pest density; Application rates
Abstract/Contents:"Insecticides such as imidacloprid (Merit), halofenozide (MACH2), and CGA 293-343 are effective against white grubs when applied as preventive treatments. Due to their novel mode of action, these insecticides and a potential future insecticide CGA 293-343, offer tremendous prospects for novel curative grub control under certain curcumstances. This study shows that: (i) imidacloprid provides control of the Japanese beetle grub (JB) equivalent to trichlorfon (Dylox) by 14 days after treatment, (ii) halofenozide and CGA 293-343 provide control of the Northern Masked chafer (MC) equivalent to Dylox within 3 days of treatment, (iii) imidacloprid and CGA 293-343 prevent normal downward movement of the JB grubs for diapause in the fall thus exposing the surviving grubs to winter mortality, and (iv) surviving MC and JB grubs from treated plots were more susceptible to the entomopathogenic nematode Heterorhabditis bacteriophora."
Language:English
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Grewal, P. S., V. S. Malik, and D. J. Shetlar. 1998. Potential of imidacloprid, CGA 293-343, and halofenozide for curative control of the Japanese beetle (Popillia Japonica) and the northern masked chafer (Cyclocephla borealis) grubs in turfgrass. Turfgrass Res. Rep. p. 52-57.
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