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Integrated pest management (IPM) for the cereal leaf beetle in Washington State.
(Washington State University Extension, 2012-11)
The cereal leaf beetle (CLB), Oulema melanopus, (Coleoptera, Chrysomelidae), is a pest of cereal grains, grass forage/seed crops, and other grass-host species in the Pacific Northwest (PNW) region (Oregon, Washington, ...
Cereal leaf beetle colonizes grass germplasm nurseries and impacts seed production
(Plant Management Network International, 2009-12-14)
The authors set out to record the incidence of cereal leaf beetle (CLB) adults, eggs, and larvae in Central Ferry, WA, grass nurseries. We also rated each surveyed accession for external symptoms of CLB feeding damage, ...
Cereal leaf beetle survey and biocontrol activities in Washington State, 2002
(Washington State Department of Agriculture, Plant Protection Division, Pest Program, 2002-12-24)
The effect of CLB damage and parasitism at Nine Mile Falls, WA, 1998 to 2008
A question from the Western CLB Group was, â What damage to cereal crops has CLB caused in Washington, and how has the larval parasitoid contributed to preventing this damage.â Kit Cutler compiled a summary (Table 1) ...
Washington State cereal leaf beetle infestations and biological control summary: 1999-2008
(Washington State University Extension Service, 2008)
Summary of Utah CLB biocontrol efforts
Surveys of cereal leaf beetles (CLB) and efforts to establish parasitoids in Utah were led by Jay B. Karren (Utah State University Extension and Department of Biology) from 1984 (the year in which the CLB first appeared ...
Fate of the cereal leaf beetle egg parasitoid, Anaphes flavipes, in Washington State
(Washington State University Extension Service, 2008-11-19)
The field insectary: Controlling cereal leaf beetle with parasitic wasps
(Washington State Department of Agriculture/Washington State University Cooperative Extension Service, 2003)
Gentlemen's agreement for establishing and maintaining insectaries for cereal leaf beetle biological control in Washington State
(Washington State University Spokane County Extension, 2008)