75th - 78th Annual Conferences
8 papers from the proceedings referenced the keyword kaolin
||Andy Kahn, Travis Schoenwald and Betsy Beers||Effect of Kaolin (Surround) on western tentiform leafminer and its principal parasitoid, Pnigalio flavipes|
||H. Riedl, D. DeVore, S. Emmons, J. Farnsworth, G. McCarty, M. Omeg, and J. Snelling||New insecticides for pear psylla (Homoptera: Psyllidae) and codling moth (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae) control|
||John E. Dunley, Bruce M. Greenfield, Larry H. Bennett, and Greg T. Hannig||Use of Kaolin and Raynox for seasonal control of pear psylla|
||Richard J. Hilton and Philip VanBuskirk||Pear psylla prebloom control options|
||Dunley, John E., Bruce M. Greenfield and Larry H. Bennett||Control of twospotted spider mites Ð handgun trial|
||Knight, Alan L.||Integrated High Emission Low Point (I-HELP) Mating Disruption Systems for codling Moth and Leafrollers|
||Light, Doug, Kathy Reynolds, Alan Knight, Steve Welter||Development of Kairomone-Based Mass-Trapping and Other Control Tactics Targeting Both Sexes of Codling Moth in California Walnuts|
||Weddle, Patrick W. and Larry Elworth||The California walnut IPM expansion project -Year 1-|
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