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IPM In Tomatoes Peas Beans Asparagus Afvga2010
 

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This presentation was delivered on February 20, 2010 at the Alabama Fruit and Vegetable Growers Association meeting at Auburn, AL.

This presentation was delivered on February 20, 2010 at the Alabama Fruit and Vegetable Growers Association meeting at Auburn, AL.

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  • SL population greater than CL in the deep south.
  • There were at least two generations detected one month apart of BAW in north central AL. Three peaks could be detected one month apart in south AL along the Gulf Coast. Trends were unclear in northern AL.
  • Trends in FAW population were stronger than BAW seen before. FAW pressures were high in all parts of AL. There were at least two generations detected one month apart of FAW in north central AL. Three peaks could be detected one month apart in south AL along the Gulf Coast. Impact of weather parameters was also stronger on FAW populations than BAW.

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