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COTTON INSECTS AND MITES: Characterization and Management

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COMPLETE BOOK. Due to the unusual size of this book, it is provided in two sections. Chapters 1 through 12 (36,154 KB). Chapters 13 through 30 (36,167 KB)

 

THE COTTON FOUNDATION

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ACKNOWLEDGMENT

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COPYRIGHT

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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FOREWORD

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PREFACE

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CONTRIBUTORS

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COMMEMORATION

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Chapter 1
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Major Developments in Management of Insect and Mite Pests in Cotton J. R. Bradley, Jr.

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Section I

CHARACTERIZATION OF INSECTS AND MITES

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Chapter 2
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Biology and Ecology of Important Insect and Mite Pests of Cotton Thomas F. Leigh, Steven H. Roach, & Theo F. Watson

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Chapter 3
(26,868 KB)

Biology and Ecology of Important Predators and Parasites Attacking Arthropod Pests Juan D. Lopez, Jr., Winfield L. Sterling, David A. Dean, & Donald A. Nordlund

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Chapter 4
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Short- and Long-Range Movement of Insects And Mites Jimmy R. Raulston, Thomas J. Henneberry, Joe E. Leggett, David N. Byrne, Elizabeth Grafton-Cardwell, & Thomas F. Leigh

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Chapter 5
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Biology, Ecology and Epidemiology of Microbial Organisms Infecting Arthropod Pests James D. Harper & Gerald R. Carner

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Section II TECHNOLOGICAL COMPONENTS OF INSECT AND MITE MANAGEMENT

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Chapter 6
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Modeling and Computerized Decision Aids Terence L. Wagner, Richard L. Olson, Jeffrey L. Willers, & Michael R. Williams

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Chapter 7
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Toward Comprehensive Economic Thresholds for Crop Management W. L. Sterling, A. W. Hartstack & D. A. Dean

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Chapter 8
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Toxicology of Insecticides and Acaricides Thomas C. Sparks

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Chapter 9
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Resistance to Pesticides: Mechanisms, Development and Management Thomas A. Miller

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Chapter 10
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Application Technology David B. Smith, & Randall G. Luttrell

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Chapter 11
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Pheromones and Other Behavior-Modifying Chemicals In Cotton Pest Management Richard L. Ridgway & May N. Inscoe

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Chapter 12
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Status of Rearing Technology for Cotton Insects Janine E. Powell & Jon L. Roberson

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Section III  SUPPRESSION COMPONENTS

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Chapter 13
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Chemical Control Gary A. Herzog, Jerry B. Graves, Jack T. Reed, William P. Scott, & Theo F. Watson

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Chapter 14
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Cultural Control J. K. Walker & C. W. Smith

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Chapter 15
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Biological Control Edgar G. King, Randy J. Coleman, Juan A. Morales-Ramos, K. R. Summy, Marion R. Bell, & Gordon L. Snodgrass

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Chapter 16
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Genetic Control E. J. Villavaso, A. C. Bartlett, & M. L. Laster

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Chapter 17
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Host Plant Resistance Johnie N. Jenkins & F. D. Wilson

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Section IV CONCEPTS OF POPULATION MANAGEMENT

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Chapter 18
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Suppression and Management of Cotton Insect Populations on an Areawide Basis T. J. Henneberry & J. R. Phillips

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Chapter 19
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Boll Weevil Eradication J. R. Brazzel, J. W. Smith, & E. F. Knipling

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Section V

IMPLEMENTATION OF INSECT AND MITE PEST MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS

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Chapter 20
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Insect and Mite Pest Management in the Southeast William R. Lambert, Jack S. Bacheler, Willard A. Dickerson, Mitchell E. Roof, & Ronald H. Smith

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Chapter 21
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Insect and Mite Pest Management in the Mid-South Donald R. Johnson, Richard E. Caron, Robert B. Head, Flernoy G. Jones, & James S. Tynes

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Chapter 22
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Insect and Mite Pest Management in the Southwest James F. Leser, Miles A. Karner, Charles R. Ward, & J. K. Walker

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Chapter 23
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Insect and Mite Management in the West Leon Moore, C. A. Beasley, Thomas F. Leigh, & Thomas J. Henneberry

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Section VI ECONOMICS OF INSECT AND MITE PEST CONTROL

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Chapter 24
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The Economic Impact of Cotton Insects and Mites Luis Suguiyama & Craig Osteen

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Chapter 25
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Benefit-Cost Analysis of Integrated Pest Management Programs Mark J. Cochran

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Chapter 26
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Economic Evaluation of Insect Eradication: The Case of Boll Weevils in the Southeast Gerald A. Carlson, Glenn Sappie, & Michael E. Wetzstein

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Section VII PERSPECTIVES

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Chapter 27
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Crop Phenology and Insect Management D. W. Parvin, Jr. & J. W. Smith

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Chapter 28
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Environmental Issues George E. Loughner

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Chapter 29
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Working Together: Roles of Private Consultants, Industry, Researchers, Extension, and Growers F. Aubrey Harris, T. Don Canerday, Louise G. Henry, & Dick L. Palmquist

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Chapter 30
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Cotton Insect Management: A Look to the Future Jacob R. Phillips & Jerry B. Graves

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Literature Cited (35,672 KB)

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Insect, Mite, and Spider Index (1,488 KB)

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Insecticide and Acaricide Index (912 KB)

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Subject Index (1,231 KB)

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