Browsing by Author "Quade, Adam"

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  • Miles, Melina; Lloyd, Richard; Quade, Adam; Murray, Dave (2010-08-10)
    In a trial undertaken to determine the efficacy of selected chemistry for the control of Solenopsis mealybug on cotton picking machinery, Pulse Penetrant provided close to complete control of all lifestages targeted. The ...
  • Grundy, Paul; Quade, Adam (2014-08-05)
    Issue being addressed A complex of soil pests can cause crop establishment problems in newly sown cotton crops even where seed dressings are used. These occasional pests are difficult to detect prior to planting without ...
  • Khan, Moazzem; Quade, Adam (2008-08-10)
    Australian cotton, with the increasing adoption of Bollgard II, has been experiencing elevated levels of mirid infestation for the last few seasons. To manage this pest, the only available option is chemical intervention. ...
  • Khan, Moazzem; Quade, Adam; Murray, David (2006-08-10)
    Here we report on the on-going investigation into mirid damage assessment in Bollgard II with the objective to determine action thresholds for mirids at different stages of Bollgard II growth in irrigated and raingrown systems.
  • Khan, Moazzem; Quade, Adam; Murray, David (2006-08-10)
    In Australia, problems with mirids, Creontiades spp. have increased substantially following the adoption of Bollgard II. According to Cotton Consultants Association (CCA) 2005-06 season survey, over this past cotton season ...
  • Khan, Moazzem; Quade, Adam; Byers, Kristy; Hall, Zara; Grams, Raechelle (2012-08-05)
    DAFF Entomologists have found a parasitoid of the Solenopsis mealybug (Phenococcus solenopsis) from cotton at Byee in southern Qld. This is the first known record of this parasitoid in Australia. The wasp was identified ...
  • Allen, Stephen; Kirkby, karen; Grundy, Paul; Maas, Susan; Quade, Adam; Wilson, Lewis (2012-11-30)
    There have been reports of symphlans in early established crops. Symphla are a natural part of healthy soil biota, & can be found under healthy crops however at very high numbers may cause root damage. Seedlings particularly ...
  • Quade, Adam; Hall, Zara; Davis, Matt; Lloyd, Richard; Murray, Dave (2012-08-05)
    During the 2008/09 season, a number of cotton fields in Theodore had problems with seedling establishment in areas where large numbers of symphyla were present. Plants also showed signs of water stress and the roots displayed ...

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