Cotton Insect Research and Control Conference Posters

Tuesday, January 6, 2009: 12:00 PM-10:00 PM
Salon H (Marriott Rivercenter Hotel)
Wednesday, January 7, 2009: 10:00 AM-10:00 PM
Salon H (Marriott Rivercenter Hotel)
Thursday, January 8, 2009: 8:00 AM-5:00 PM
Salon H (Marriott Rivercenter Hotel)
Organizers:
Gus M. Lorenz and John J. Adamczyk
Using Sensor Data to Evaluate Early Season Pest Control Strategies
E. Burris, LSU AgCenter, Northeast Research Station; D. R. Burns, LSU AgCenter; Jack E. Jones, LSU AgCenter; C. Overstreet, LSU AgCenter
Molecular Determinants Of Helicoverpa Zea Flight Capacity Respond To Body Weight, Nutrition, And Bt Corn
Howard W. Fescemyer, The Pennsylvania State University, Department of Biology; John J. Adamczyk, USDA-ARS, KSARC-BIRU; Ryan Jackson, USDA-ARS, SIMRU; James H. Marden, The Pennsylvania State University, Department of Biology
Agronomic and Economic Consequences of Using Different Cotton Variety Technology Systems in Alabama
Tim D. Reed, Auburn University; Charles H. Burmester, Auburn University; C. Dale Monks, Auburn University
Varietal Response Of Cotton To Thrips Injury
Scott D. Stewart, The University of Tennessee; Ames Herbert, Virginia Tech; Sean Malone, Virginia Tech; S. J. Steckel, The University of Tennessee; K. L. Willis, The University of Tennessee
Evaluation of New Chemistries for Bollworm Management in the Texas High Plains
Emilio Nino, Texas AgriLife Extension Service; David Kerns, Texas AgriLife Extension Service; Brant Baugh, Texas AgriLife Extension Service; Greg Cronholm, Texas AgriLife Extension Service
Thrips Management Options In Irrigated Cotton On The Texas High Plains
Monti Vandiver, Texas AgriLife Extension Service; David Kerns, Texas AgriLife Extension Service; Manda Cattaneo, Texas AgriLife Extension Service
Efficacy of Insecticides Targeting Cotton Aphids and Impact on Key Aphid Predators
Brant Baugh, Texas AgriLife Extension Service; David Kerns, Texas AgriLife Extension Service
Developing an Action Threshold for Thrips in the Texas High Plains
David Kerns, Texas AgriLife Extension Service; Megha Parajulee, Texas AgriLife Research; Monti Vandiver, Texas AgriLife Extension Service; Manda Cattaneo, Texas AgriLife Extension Service; Kerry Siders, Texas AgriLife Extension Service
Insecticidal Management of Lygus and Relative Boll Damage in the Texas High Plains
Abhilash Balachandran, Texas AgriLife Research; David Kerns, Texas AgriLife Extension Service; Megha N. Parajulee, Texas AgriLife Research; Brant Baugh, Texas AgriLife Extension Service
Beet Armyworm Phermone Trap Captures in Northwest Louisiana, 1997-2008
S. Micinski, LSU AgCenter; C. Cookson, LSU AgCenter; J. Hayes, LSU AgCenter; W.F. Waltman, LSU AgCenter
A Summary of Insecticide Efficacy Against Cotton Aphids During the Last Decade in Louisiana
K. Emfinger, LSU AgCenter, Macon Ridge Research Station; J. Temple, LSU AgCenter, Dept. of Entomology; P. Price, LSU AgCenter, Macon Ridge Research Station; J. Hardke, LSU AgCenter, Dept. of Entomology; K. Fontenot, LSU AgCenter, Dept. of Entomology; P. L. Bommireddy, LSU AgCenter, Dept. of Entomology, formerly; H. Fife, LSU AgCenter, Dept. of Entomology, formerly; R. Gable, LSU AgCenter, Dept. of Entomology, formerly; M.W. Siebert, Dow AgroSciences; H. Jones, LSU AgCenter, Dept. of Entomology, formerly; a. Peters, LSU AgCenter, Dept. of Entomology, formerly; E. Burris, LSU AgCenter, Northeast Research Station; B. R. Leonard, LSU AgCenter, Macon Ridge Research Station
Identification Of Fall Armyworm Damage To Cotton
Jarrod T. Hardke, LSU AgCenter; B. Rogers Leonard, LSU AgCenter, Macon Ridge Station
Re-defining the Contribution of the Nectariless Trait in Tarnished Plant Bug IPM
Joshua H. Temple, LSU AgCenter; K. Fontenot, LSU AgCenter; P. Price, LSU AgCenter, Macon Ridge Research Station; K.D. Emfinger, LSU AgCenter, Macon Ridge Station; B. R. Leonard, LSU AgCenter, Macon Ridge Research Station
Monitoring Of Resistance Development To Bt Cotton In Field Populations Of Helicoverpa armigera (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae)
Yu Cheng Zhu, USDA-ARS; Fengyi Liu, Nanjing Agricultural University; Zhiping Xu, Nanjing Agricultural University; Fangneng Huang, Louisiana State University; Xiaoyi Wu, Louisiana State University; Craig Abel, USDA-ARS; Jinliang Shen, Nanjing Agricultural University
Insect Management in Cotton Planted After Wheat
Glen Daniels, LSU Ag Center; Donna R. Lee, LSU Agcenter; Jonathan W. Sharp, LSU Agcenter; Josh T. Copes; Ralph D. Bagwell, LSU Agcenter
Transgenic Cotton Age Effects On Lepidopteran Larvae Mortality
Shoil (Sasha) M. Greenberg, KSARC-ARS-USDA; Y.-X. Li, Nanjing Agricultural University; Tong-Xian Liu, Texas AgriLIFE Extension Service
Texas Boll Weevil (Anthonomus grandis grandis Boheman) Susceptibility Status to Malathion in Support of the Texas Boll Weevil Eradication Program, 2008
Patricia V. Pietrantonio, Texas AgriLIFE Research; Bradley W. Hopkins, Texas A&M University; Jessica L. Moore, Texas A&M University; Charles T. Allen, Texas A&M University
Invisible Proteins: Novel Delivery System For The Stabilization And Enhanced Activity Of Protein Insecticides
R. Michael Roe, North Carolina State University; L. Jeffers, North Carolina State University; B.W. Bissinger, Department of Entomology, NC State University; Hongyan Shen, North Carolina State University; T. Brent Gunnoe, North Carolina State University; Alan Brandt, EpaFeX
Stink Bugs Incidence on Bt Cotton in Brazil
Miguel Ferreira Soria, Agricultural Science College / Federal University of Grande Dourados; Danielle Thomazoni, Agricultural Science College / Federal University of Grande Dourados; Rodrigo Rosa Martins, Agricultural Science College / Federal University of Grande Dourados; Paulo Eduardo Degrande, Agricultural Science College / Federal University of Grande Dourados
Spray Table Evaluation Of Insecticidal Mortality For Southern Green Stink Bug On Greenhouse-Grown Cotton
Juan Lopez, USDA-ARS, SPARC, Areawide Pest Management Research Unit; M. A. Latheef, USDA-ARS, SPARC, Areawide Pest Management Research Unit; Christopher Parker
Artificial Methods for Infesting Transgenic Cottons with Certain Lepidoptera
Shoil (Sasha) M. Greenberg, KSARC-ARS-USDA; John J. Adamczyk, USDA, ARS, KSARC; Chenghai Yang, KSARC-ARS-USDA
Structural Dynamics of Management Zones for the Site-Specific Control of Tarnished Plant Bugs in Cotton
Patrick J. English, Mississippi State University; Sherri L. DeFauw, Biological Control of Pests Research Unit; Steven J. Thomson, USDA, ARS
Within-Plant Distribution Patterns of the Cotton Fleahopper (Hemiptera: Miridae)
Charles P.-C. Suh, USDA-ARS, APMRU; John K. Westbrook, USDA-ARS, APMRU
Longevity of Adult Cotton Fleahoppers (Hemiptera: Miridae) on Various Diets
Derrick Hall, USDA-ARS, APMRU; Charles P.-C. Suh, USDA-ARS, APMRU
Impact of Alfalfa on Biological Control of Cotton Insect Pests in New Mexico
Jane Breen Pierce, New Mexico State University; Patricia Monk, New Mexico State University
A Multidisciplinary Approach to Reconstruction of a Boll Weevil Re-invasion
Gretchen D. Jones, U.S. Department of Agriculture; John K. Westbrook, U. S. Department of Agriculture; Thomas W. Sappington, USDA-ARS, Corn Insect & Crop Genetics Research Unit, Genetics Laboratory; Kyung Seok Kim, USDA-ARS, Corn Insect & Crop Genetics Research Unit
Tarnished Plant Bug Response to Cotton Varieties
G.E. Studebaker, Cooperative Extension Service University of Arkansas; Fred M. Bourland, NEREC
Response of Different Life Stages of the Tarnished Plant Bug to Various Insecticides
Clint Allen, USDA-ARS; Fred Musser, Mississippi State University; Kathy Knighten, Mississippi State University
Feeding Damage and Survival of Tarnished Plant Bug Nymphs in Frego Bract Compared to a Nectariless Cotton Line
Tina Gray Teague, Arkansas State University - University of Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station; Fred Bourland, University of Arkansas - Northeast Research and Extension Center
Irrigation Timing And Tarnished Plant Bug Management Implications For Late Season Susceptibility To Tarnished Plant Bug And Crop Termination Decisions
Tina Gray Teague, Arkansas State University - University of Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station; Diana M. Danforth, University of Arkansas
Seasonal Flight Patterns of Bollworm, Tobacco Budworm, and Beet Armyworm Moths in the Texas High Plains
Stanley C. Carroll, Texas AgriLife Research; Megha N. Parajulee, Texas AgriLife Research
Isolating and Identifying the Microbes Associated with Green Mirid Feeding Injury to Cotton Bolls
J. S. Armstrong, USDA-ARS; Enrique G. Medrano, USDA-ARS-SPARC; Jesus F. Esquivel, U. S. Department of Agriculture
Determining the Relationship Between Boll Age and Green Plant Bug Feeding Injury to South Texas Cotton
J. S. Armstrong, USDA-ARS; John Adamczyk, USDA-ARS; Randy Coleman, USDA-ARS
Efficacy of Selected Compounds for Control of Tarnished Plant Bugs (Lygus lineolaris) in Arkansas Cotton
Heather Wilf, University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service; Gus M. Lorenz, University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service; Kyle Colwell, University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service; Nichole Taillon, University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service; Robert Goodson, University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service; Ben Von Kanel, University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service; Mike Hamilton, University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service
Efficacy of Selected Insecticides for Control of Thrips in Arkansas, 2008
Kyle Colwell, University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service; Gus M. Lorenz, University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service; Heather Wift, University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service; Ben Von Kanel, University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service
Climatic Data-Based Analysis Of Lygus hesperus Preference On Selected Host Plants
Chen Chen, Texas AgriLife Research; Megha N. Parajulee, Texas AgriLife Research; Stanley C. Carroll, Texas AgriLife Research; Mark D. Arnold, Texas AgriLife Research
Fate of Southern Green Stink Bug Eggs in Bt Cotton, Round-up Ready Cotton, Soybeans, and Peanuts
Dawn Olson, USDA, ARS; John R. Ruberson, University of Georgia