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Colothdian D. Tate
Iowa State University
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#1Colothdian D. Tate (Iowa State University)H-Index: 2
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Popcorn was evaluated in a series of experiments conducted over four growing seasons for its potential as a refuge for European corn borer, Ostrinia nubilalis (Hubner). Objectives of these studies were to determine whether more larvae were produced in popcorn than in field corn and to determine how popcorn influenced female oviposition and larval distribution in neighboring field corn. Two varieties of popcorn (M140, 105d and M3374Y, 118d), one mixture of popcorn (50% 105d and 50% 118d), and fie...
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Abstract Choice tests were conducted to determine feeding preferences of European corn borer, Ostrinia nubilalis (Hubner) (Lepidoptera: Crambidae), neonates for 15 species of plants. Percentage of neonates accepting (found on) each leaf disc after 24 h was measured using choice tests. Initially, nine species of plants were evaluated. The following year, 10 plant species were evaluated during O. nubilalis first generation and 11 species during the second generation. Pennsylvania smartweed, Polygo...
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#1Colothdian D. Tate (Iowa State University)H-Index: 2
Popcorn was evaluated in two three-year studies for its potential as a refuge for European corn borer, Ostrinia nubilalis (Hubner), in two three-year studies. Objectives of these studies were to determine if more larvae were produced in popcorn than in field corn and to determine how popcorn influenced female oviposition and larval distribution within neighboring field corn. Two varieties of popcorn (Ml 40, 105d and M3374Y, 118d), one mixture of popcorn (50% 105d and 50% 118d), and field corn (D...
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