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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Kenneth R Summy
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Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
PARASITISM OF BEET ARMYWORM BY TRICHOGRAMMA PRETIOSUM AND T. MINUTUM UNDER LABORATORY AND FIELD CONDITIONS -
PATTERNS OF HOST UTILIZATION BY CATOLACCUS GRANDIS, AN EXOTIC PARASITE OF BOLL WEEVIL: EFFECTS OF HOST STAGE -
USE OF AIRBORNE DIGITAL VIDEO IMAGERY TO MONITOR DAMAGE CAUSED BY TWO HONEYDEW-EXCRETING INSECTS ON COTTON -
SUPPRESSION OF BOLL WEEVIL INFESTATIONS (COLEOPTERA: CURCULIONIDAE) OCCURRING ON FALLOW-SEASON COTTON IN SOUTHERN TEXAS BY AUGMENTATIVE RELEASES OF CATOLACCUS GRANDIS (HYMENOPTERA: PTEROMALIDAE) -
PATTERNS OF HOST UTILIZATION BY CATOLACCUS GRANDIS, AN EXOTIC PARASITE OF BOLL WEEVIL: EFFECTS OF HOST MICROHABITAT -
AN OVERVIEW OF CROP INSECTS RESEARCH UNIT BOLL WEEVIL RESEARCH ACTIVITIES -
POPULATION TRENDS OF BEET ARMYWORM AND NATURAL ENEMY ASSOCIATES ON LOWER RIO GRANDE VALLEY COTTON DURING THE 1996 PRODUCTION SEASON -
USING SPATIAL INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES FOR DETECTING AND MAPPING WHITEFLY AND HARVESTER ANT INFESTATIONS IN SOUTH TEXAS -
CROP RESIDUE MANAGEMENT AS A CULTURAL CONTROL FOR BOLL WEEVIL IN THE LOWER RIO GRANDE VALLEY OF TEXAS, USA -
AN ANALYSIS OF THE BEET ARMYWORM OUTBREAK ON COTTON IN THE LOWER RIO GRANDEVALLEY OF TEXAS DURING THE 1995 PRODUCTION SEASON -
COMPARISON OF IN VIVO VERSUS IN VITRO-REARED CATOLACCUS GRANDIS IN THE FIELD -
Last Modified: 5/2/2016
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