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Host testing and environmental assessment of Anaphes nipponicus, a new natural enemy for the cereal leaf beetle
(Washington State University Spokane County Extension, 2009-04)
Preliminary research on cereal leaf beetle economic thresholds in maturing spring wheat 2006
Cereal Leaf Beetle larvae (Oulema melanoplus (L)) appeared in leaf damaging numbers by June 1, 2006 in each of 2 spring wheat trials. Both trials were rated for CLB larvae per cent per M2 at boot stage on June 15, 2006. ...
The field insectary: Controlling cereal leaf beetle with parasitic wasps
(Washington State Department of Agriculture/Washington State University Cooperative Extension Service, 2003)
Enhancement of cereal leaf beetle (CLB) parasitoids in Washington, and evaluation of their survival in the present of pest-selective insecticides
(Washington State University Extension Service, 2007)
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, ...
Fate of the cereal leaf beetle egg parasitoid, Anaphes flavipes, in Washington State
(Washington State University Extension Service, 2008-11-19)
Cereal leaf beetle management with seed treatment insecticides - new and currently available products - spring wheat 2006 trials
Yield results for CLB in grain grams/M2 have high CVâ s for entomology trials due to the very Poisson distribution of Cereal Leaf Beetle larvae (Oulema melanopus (L). Yet obvious SDâ s show in the tables for CLB percent ...