75th - 78th Annual Conferences
8 papers from the proceedings referenced the keyword kairomone
||Alan Knight, Doug Light, and Scott Lingren||Management of codling moth with DA2313: A bisexual attractant|
||Dr. Alan Knight, Dr. Doug Light, and Dr. Scott Lingren ||Monitoring codling moth in apples with a bisexual attractant|
||Brooks, D.J., A.T. Walston, H. Riedl||Augmentation of pear psylla natural enemies with selective insecticides, habitat modification, and hedgerow monitoring|
||Caprile, J.||Using kairomone lures to monitor codling moth in California apple orchards under mating disruption|
||Light, D.M., A.L. Knight, K.M. Reynolds, M. Brewer||Progress in use of the 'DA' kairomone for monitoring codling moth populations in Californian walnuts|
||Musser, S||Research results of Messenger (a.i. Harpin Protein) in apple, pear and cherry|
||Douglas Light, Kathy Reynolds, Robert Fritts, Bill Lingren||Advances in Use and Augmentation of Lower Rates of Sprayable Pheromone for Mating Disruption of Codling Moths in Walnuts|
||Mike Doerr, Betsy Stutzman, Jay Brunner||An Evaluation of Lure Technologies for Monitoring Codling Moth in a Variety of Pheromone Environments|
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