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Land use in relation to the beet leafhopper in southern Idaho

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Published in Washington? .
Written in English


  • Macroeconomics,
  • Arthropods,
  • Entomology,
  • Land use,
  • Economics,
  • Land management

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Pagination9 l.
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Open LibraryOL25934161M

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Land use in relation to the beet leafhopper in southern Idaho. By James Robert Douglass. Topics: arthropods, auto-assigned by category code, Economics, Entomology Author: James Robert Douglass. leafhopper. Such cultural practices are highly recommended as an aid to the reduction of injury by the beet leafhopper. LITERATURE CITED (1) COOK, W. C. SPRAYING FOR CONTROL OF THE BEET LFAFHOPPER IN CENTRAL CALIFORNIA IN Calif. Dept. Agr., Monthly Bul. (2) CAMPHILL, L. W. EXPERIMENTS TO CONTROL SUGAR BEET Cited by: 6. The following is based on the authors' summary of experiments in on the use of pyrethrum dusts as repellents against Eutettix tenellus[Circulifer tenellus], Baker, in Idaho, where this leafhopper is of great importance as the vector of western yellow tomato blight, a disease caused by the virus that also causes curly-top of beet: In greenhouse experiments, diatomaceous earth was partially Cited by: 1. How to reseed southern Idaho range lands. U.S. Forest Serv. Intermountain Forest and Range Exp. Sta., Res. Paper 2. Natural replacement of weed hosts of beet leafhopper as affected by rodents. U. S. 53– CrossRef Google Scholar-, and J. C. Chamberlin. Land-improvement measures in relation to a possible control of the beet.

beet industry in southern Idaho until beets. that beet leafhopper counts in the desert areas did not accurately reflect future movement into sugar beet production areas, and the financial and. The beet leafhopper in relation to the production of garden beet seed in central California Physical Description: Book Creator: Wallace, H. E United States -- Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine Publisher: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine (Washington, D.C) Publication Date: Morphology. A lot of morphological diversity has been reported among populations of the beet leafhopper in the United States. Morphological descriptions of two different populations of beet leafhoppers from California and Mexico are presented here. The leaf hopper is described as a small insect, 3 – mm in length, which is often greenish yellow, tan or olive in colour.   Pack beets into jars to within 1/2 inch of top. Pour boiling syrup over beets to within 1/2 inch of top of jar. Process 30 minutes in Boiling Water Bath.

Dissemination of the beet leafhopper in California by F. R Lawson Land-improvement measures in relation to a possible control of the beet leafhopper and curly top by R. L Piemeisel Movements of the beet leaf hopper in in southern Idaho by P. N Annand.   The beet leafhopper completes one to two generations on weed hosts in southern New Mexico during the course of a year. Since , we have monitored beet leafhopper presence in southern New Mexico using yellow sticky traps (Creamer et al., ). The traps are placed at the margins of chili pepper fields and are changed every 2 weeks. Alexander V. Karasev's research works with 4, citations reads, including: Occurrence of Potato virus Y (PVY) recombinants, strain PVYNTN, infecting tobacco in Pakistan. Infestations of the beet leafhopper caused massive crop failure from the curly top blight. But by the s, the industry had recovered. World War II increased demand and provided an impetus for mechanization. U&I returned to the Columbia Basin to investigate crop yields and in , planted acres in sugar beets.