By Willa Y. Garner and John Harvey, Jr. (Eds.)
content material: Chemical and organic brokers in woodland pest administration : old evaluation / Virgil H. Freed --
Use of herbicides for commercial wooded area plants administration within the southern usa / Larry R. Nelson, Dean H. Gjerstad, and Patrick J. Minogue --
administration of bark beetle populations : impression of manipulating predator cues and different keep watch over strategies / T. Evan Nebeker, Russell F. Mizell, III, and Norman J. Bedwell --
intercourse pheromones and their capability as keep an eye on brokers for woodland Lepidoptera in japanese Canada / P.J. Silk and L.P.S. Kuenen --
Mass trapping of Ips typographus with pheromone-baited traps / Reidar Lie --
Baculovirus : an enticing organic substitute / Mauro E. Martignoni --
built-in pest administration (IPM) in forestry / John Neisess --
Technological development in aerial software of insecticides / Robert B. Ekblad and John W. Barry --
actual parameters affecting airplane spray software / Norman B. Akesson and Wesley E. Yates --
Deposition of chemical and organic brokers in conifers / John W. Barry --
Droplet deposition and go with the flow in woodland spraying / Charles J. Wiesner --
Modeling of aerial spray float and cover penetration / Richard ok. Dumbauld --
Air movement in forested components : influence on aerial software of fabrics / Leo J. Fritschen --
significance of volatilization as a pathway for pesticide loss from woodland soils / W.F. Spencer, W.A. Jury, and W.J. Farmer --
Vapor part redistribution of aminocarb and transformation items from leaf surfaces / W.D. Marshall, W.N. xmas, and D.J. Ecobichon --
Implications of pesticide photochemistry in forestry purposes / Donald G. Crosby --
destiny of chemical pesticides in foliage and woodland muddle / J.A. Armstrong --
destiny of chemical pesticides in aquatic environments : wooded area spraying in Canada / K.M.S. Sundaram, P.D. Kingsbury, and S.B. Holmes --
destiny of fenitrothion in shaded and unshaded ponds / Greg P. Malis and Derek C.G. Muir --
Bioaccumulation of a few forestry insecticides in fish and aquatic vegetation / W.L. Lockhart, D.A. Metner, B.N. Billeck, G.P. Rawn, and D.C.G. Muir --
tracking human publicity in the course of pesticide program within the woodland / T.L. Lavy and J.D. Mattice --
Pesticide float : toxicological and social outcomes / James M. Witt --
Ecotoxicity of adjuvants utilized in aerial spraying / Pearl Weinberger and R. Greenhalgh --
Environmental impression review of pesticides utilized in Canadian forests / P.D. Kingsbury --
Mount St. Helens : the may well 1980 eruptions and woodland rehabilitation / Jack okay. Winjum --
Use, ecotoxicology, and possibility evaluation of herbicides within the wooded area / Logan A. Norris.
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However, even though one treatment consisted of a massive dose of "sex attractant" (500 g AI/ha), biological effects were apparently obscured by invasion of gravid females from other areas (38). A high dose (100 g AI/ha) of synthetic sex attractant of the spruce budworm formulated in Hereon flakes was aerially applied to a 30 ha plantation of white spruce near Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, in 1981 (33). Mating among caged moths was reduced by 40%, and catches in pheromone-baited traps were reduced 90%.
A high dose (100 g AI/ha) of synthetic sex attractant of the spruce budworm formulated in Hereon flakes was aerially applied to a 30 ha plantation of white spruce near Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, in 1981 (33). Mating among caged moths was reduced by 40%, and catches in pheromone-baited traps were reduced 90%. ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1984. 41 42 CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL CONTROLS IN FORESTRY that there was a delay in oviposition, although final egg counts were the same in treated and check plots.
13. Vite, J. ; J . A 14. Richerson, J. ; T 8, 360-64. 15. Richerson, J. ; F. A. McCarty; T. L. Payne. Envir. Entomol. 1980, 9, 90-93. 16. Belanger, R. ; B. F. Male. USDA Agr. Handbook No. 576, 1980. ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1984. 4 Sex Pheromones and Their Potential as Control Agents for Forest Lepidoptera in Eastern Canada P. J. SILK and L. P. S. KUENEN Pheromone Research Group, New Brunswick Research and Productivity Council, Fredericton, New Brunswick, E3B 5H1, Canada The chemical and behavioral aspect f th pheromones of severa economic importance in eastern Canada are presented, with emphasis on the spruce budworm, Choristoneura fumiferana.
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