stated that oxen by themselves are means of cotton mealybug dissemination because animals can carry and transfer the crawlers of cotton mealybug from an infested area to new noninfested
area, same authors noted that mealybugs have the ability to hide in cracks and crevices in soil and corners of plant parts.
Comparing infested and noninfested
females, mean egg diameter differed by a small amount, standard deviations overlapped, and ranges were essentially the same (Table 5).
napus compared to noninfested
plants but did not affect transpiration rate (Razaq et al., 2014).
Two com genotypes (Mp708 and Tx601) were treated in the following manner: noninfested
, noninfested/IBU, infested, and infested/IBU.
The NSATP pilot was 100% effective, with no viable life stages of GWWS detected during the 3 years of the project, which resulted in qualifying nurseries utilizing the NSATP protocol to ship to noninfested
areas without an origin inspection.
vermicularis far exceeded the number of granulomas in a control group of noninfested
Furthermore, understanding the extent and distribution of the problem is important for developing recommendations to curb the spread of glyphosate resistance to noninfested
It is extremely costly to inspect millions of nursery plants to be shipped from GWSS-infested to noninfested
Population development of Heterodera glycines and soybean yield in soybean-maize rotations following introduction into a noninfested
In addition to damage caused by the pest, there are regulatory concerns of spreading the weevil into noninfested
areas, which are particularly important to the ornamental plant industry because plants are shipped throughout the U.S.
Rosen pressed federal officials for more extensive chemical treatments to curb further infestation of Asian longhorned beetles than what had been planned, and pushed to have all applications of pesticides to noninfested
trees applied through direct injections instead of drenching soil near the trees.