Cotton Insect Research and Control - Thursday Morning -Session A

Thursday, January 8, 2009: 8:00 AM-12:15 PM
Salon I (Marriott Rivercenter Hotel)
Presiding:
Michael D. Toews
8:00 AM
Use Of The Dynamic Threshold For Stink Bug Management In The Southeast
Jack S. Bacheler, North Carolina State University; Phillip Roberts, N/a; Jeremy Greene, Clemson; Dan Mott, North Carolina State University; John Van Duyn, North Carolina State University; Ames Herbert, Virginia Tech; Michael Toews, University of Georgia; John Ruberson, University of Georgia; Dan Robinson, Clemson; Tommy Walker, Clemson University; Eric Blinka, North Carolina State University; David Morrison, North Carolina State University; Tom Pegram, North Carolina State University; Francis P. F. Reay-Jones, Clemson University; Charles Davis, Clemson University
8:15 AM
Continued Evaluations Of Internal Boll-Injury Thresholds For Stink Bugs In The Southeast
Jeremy K. Greene, Clemson University; Phillip M. Roberts, University of Georgia; Jack S. Bacheler, North Carolina State University; Michael D. Toews, University of Georgia; John R. Ruberson, University of Georgia; Francis P. F. Reay-Jones, Clemson University; Dan Robinson, Clemson University; Dan W. Mott, North Carolina State University; David E. Morrison, North Carolina State University; Tom Pegram, North Carolina State University; Tommy Walker, Clemson University; Charles Davis, Clemson University; Richard Reeves, Clemson University
8:30 AM
Comparison Of Two Stink Bug Scouting Techniques In Cotton Under Field Conditions
Eric L. Blinka, Virginia Tech; D. Ames Herbert, Virginia Tech; Michael D. Toews, University of Georgia; Jack Bacheler, North Carolina State University; Sean Malone, Virginia Tech; John W. Van Duyn, North Carolina State University
8:45 AM
Balancing Sample Size, Accuracy, and Time when Monitoring Stink Bug Damage
Michael D. Toews, University of Georgia; Eric L. Blinka, Virginia Tech; Ames Herbert, Virginia Tech; Jack Bacheler, North Carolina State University; Sean Malone, Virginia Tech; John Van Duyn, North Carolina State University; Phillip M. Roberts, University of Georgia; Jeremy K. Greene, Clemson University; W. Don Shurley, The University of Georgia
9:00 AM
An Innovative Approach for the Assessment of Stink Bug Damaged Cotton Bolls using Electronic Odor-Sensing Technology
David Degenhardt, Clemson University; Jeremy K. Greene, Clemson University; Ahmad Khalilian, Clemson University; Richard Reeves, Clemson University
9:15 AM
GC-FID And E-Nose For Detection Of Stink Bug Infestation On Cotton Bolls
Changying Li, University of Georgia; Michael Toews, University of Georgia
9:30 AM
Managing Tarnished Plant Bugs in Mississippi Cotton
Jeff Gore, Mississippi State University, DREC; a. L. Catchot, Mississippi State University; G. Snodgrass, Mississippi State University; Ryan Jackson, USDA-ARS, SIMRU
9:45 AM
Midsouth Tarnished Plant Bug Threshold Developments
Fred Musser, Mississippi State University; Angus Catchot, Mississippi State University; Scott D. Stewart, The University of Tennessee; Ralph D. Bagwell, LSU AgCenter; Gus M. Lorenz, University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service; B. Roger Leonard, LSU AgCenter; Kelly V. Tindall, Univ. of Missouri; Glenn Studebaker, University of Arkansas; Don Cook, Mississippi State University; Chris Daves, Mississippi State University; D. Scott Akin, University of Arkansas
10:00 AM
10:30 AM
COTMAN Compensation Capacity Value for Lygus-Induced Pre-Flower Square Loss in Cotton
Megha N. Parajulee, Texas AgriLife Research; Apurba K. Barman, Texas A&M University; Stanley C. Carroll, Texas AgriLife Research
10:45 AM
Investigations Into Timing And Frequency Of Insecticide Applications For Cotton Fleahopper
C. G. Sansone, Texas AgriLife Extension Service; Megha N. Parajulee, Texas AgriLife Research; R.R. Minzenmayer, Texas AgriLife Extension Service; Charles Suh, USDA, ARS, Area Wide Pest Management Research Unit; Apurba K. Barman, Texas A&M University; R.F. Medina, Texas A&M University
11:00 AM
Aphids as Beneficial Insects? Effects of Aphid-Induced Plant Defenses and Aphid Natural Enemies on Other Cotton Pests
Ricardo Ramirez, Texas A&M University; Micky D. Eubanks, Texas A&M University; Steven Frank, North Carolina State University; Caralyn Zehnder, Georgia College and State University; Jared W. Ripple, Texas A&M University
11:15 AM
Impact of Early Season Thrips Control on Root Development and Nematode Management
Phillip M. Roberts, University of Georgia; Michael D. Toews, University of Georgia; Robert C. Kemerait, Department of Plant Pathology, University of Georgia
11:30 AM
Precision-Applied In-Furrow Nematicide/Insecticide And Seed Treatment Adoption In Cotton 2008
Jeremy K. Greene, Clemson University; Will Henderson, Clemson University; Ahmad Khalilian, Clemson University; John Mueller, Clemson University; Dan Robinson, Clemson University; Richard Reeves, Clemson University
11:45 AM
First 454 Transcriptome To The Plant Bug Digestive System:New Leads For Next Generation Transgenic Cotton To Control Sucking Pests
R. Michael Roe, North Carolina State University; Kevin Donohue, North Carolina State University; Leonardo Magalhaes, North Carolina State University; Jaap Van Kretschmar, North Carolina State University
12:00 PM
Evaluation Of Different Methods Of Nuclear Dna Extraction For Lygus hesperus Samples Preserved In Various Storage Conditions
Anup Bastola, Texas AgriLife Research; Megha N. Parajulee, Texas AgriLife Research; Ram B. Shrestha, Texas AgriLife Research