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dc.contributor.author Walker, , P.W.
dc.contributor.author Harris, V.E.
dc.date.accessioned 2015-09-30T06:05:36Z
dc.date.available 2015-09-30T06:05:36Z
dc.date.issued 1986-08-20
dc.identifier.other ACConf86-305094444.pdf
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/1/3432
dc.description.abstract Traps baited with sex attractants ( 1 pheromone 1 traps) are presently being used by a number of farmers in Central Queensland to monitor P. scutigera populations and for timing insecticide sprays. However, there is conflicting evidence in the published literature as to the best type of attractant to use. Rothschild (1975) concluded that the Z,Z isomer of 7, 11-hexadecadien acetate (7 , 11-16 : Ac) was adequate for monitoring purposes and was used in subsequent experiments (Rothschild 1983) . In contrast, Flint and Stone (1985) found that traps baited with a 9:1 ratio of Z,Z to Z,E isomers caught significantly more moths than Z,Z only baited traps .
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dc.subject Pheromone traps
dc.subject Pectinophora
dc.subject Sex attractants
dc.subject Monitoring
dc.subject Traps
dc.subject Attractants
dc.subject Heliothis
dc.subject Lepidopter
dc.title MONITORING PINKSPOTTED BOLLWORM, PECTINOPHORA SCUTIGERA, POPULATIONS WITH SEX ATTRACTANTS
dc.subject.crdc 4a
CRDC.KeywordsUnrestricted light trap catch, pheromone, pheromone trap, experience with other, scutigera, pheromone traps, comparison experiment, larval information, pheromone trap capture, rubber sleeve, boll infestation, pheromone trap catch, boll sampling, baited traps, isomer, pinkspotted bollworm, randomised blocks, randomised blocks, attractants, some spacing,


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