Manejo fitosanitario de insectos de hábito chupador en algodonero
AuthorEllsworth, Peter C
AffiliationUniversity of Arizona, Department of Entomology and Cooperative Extension
Cotton -- Diseases and pests -- Integrated control -- United States.
Integrated Pest Management (IPM)
Cotton -- Diseases and pests -- Arizona
Insect pests -- Control -- Biological control.
Lygus -- Control.
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CitationEllsworth, P.C. Manejo fitosanitario de insectos de hábito chupador en algodonero. Manejo Agronomic del Cultivo del Algodonero. Chihuahua, Mex. March 23, 2023. (Presentation)
DescriptionAudience - agricultural stakeholders (growers, pest control advisors, industry
AbstractThe Arizona IPM strategy, in conclusion, was rooted in these innovations. 1) Science-based sampling and threshold plans; 2) A determined and intentional transition away from broad-spectrum insecticides and to selective technologies, including whitefly insect growth regulators and other fully selective insecticides and Carbine and Transform for Lygus control; 3) A strong integration of chemical and biological controls as first envisioned by the progenitors of IPM more than 60 years ago; and 4) The development and deployment of “Use Instructions” for natural enemy conservation and the “Predator Thresholds”.
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