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The Development of Pest Management Strategies for Insects and Plant Diseases in Processing Vegetables 2010

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Title: The Development of Pest Management Strategies for Insects and Plant Diseases in Processing Vegetables 2010
Author: Trueman, C.; May, P.
Abstract: This report summarizes the results of research conducted on the development of pest management strategies for insects and plant diseases in processing vegetables. Vegetables included cole crops, peppers, squash, sweet corn, and snap beans. The objectives of the study were to: examine and test new products for the control of foliar insects using different application methods, evaluate spray programs for the control of bacterial spot in processing peppers using copper alternatives and different formulations of copper, determine the relative resistance levels in commercial banana pepper cultivars grown in Ontario to bacterial spot, evaluate products for the control of powdery mildew in squash, determine the efficacy of new insecticides for the control of insects in processing sweet corn, evaluate products for management of corn leaf rust, and survey western bean cutworm in sweet corn in southwestern Ontario
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10214/7900
Date: 2010
Rights Holder: Ontario Processing Vegetable Growers
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