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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Both adults and larvae are very effective natural enemies of mealybugs and many species of soft scale insects... Large cryptolaemus larvae can consume adult mealybugs... Larvae grow to 13mm long and are covered in waxy filaments...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Both adults and larvae are very effective natural enemies of mealybugs and many species of soft scale insects... Large cryptolaemus larvae can consume adult mealybugs... Larvae grow to 13mm long and are covered in waxy filaments...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Both adults and larvae are very effective natural enemies of mealybugs and many species of soft scale insects... Large cryptolaemus larvae can consume adult mealybugs... Larvae grow to 13mm long and are covered in waxy filaments...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
The adult beetle is a rich chestnut colour when newly emerged, but changes to a shiny black, stout bodied beetle approximately 10-15 mm long... Beetles may be present in the soil prior to planting, especially if the land has recently grown pasture... Sowing delayed until November-December when most beetles have died, but before the new generation of beetles emerges in January, may avoid most beetle activity..
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
The adult beetle is a rich chestnut colour when newly emerged, but changes to a shiny black, stout bodied beetle approximately 10-15 mm long... Beetles may be present in the soil prior to planting, especially if the land has recently grown pasture... Sowing delayed until November-December when most beetles have died, but before the new generation of beetles emerges in January, may avoid most beetle activity..
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
The adult beetle is a rich chestnut colour when newly emerged, but changes to a shiny black, stout bodied beetle approximately 10-15 mm long... Beetles may be present in the soil prior to planting, especially if the land has recently grown pasture... Sowing delayed until November-December when most beetles have died, but before the new generation of beetles emerges in January, may avoid most beetle activity..
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Catalogue: GRDC Final Reports
Mortality and reproduction of adult beetles and psocids exposed for two weeks to wheat treated with spinosad #or imidacloprid #... Mortality and reproduction of adult beetles exposed for two weeks to wheat treated with combinations of spinosad, s-methoprene# and chlorpyrifos-methyl#. The species tested were Sitophilus oryzae strain QSO393 (So), Tribolium castaneum strain QTC279 (Tc).. Mortality and reproduction of adult psocids exposed for two weeks to wheat treated with combinations of spinosad and chlorpyrifos-methyl...
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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
avoid surprises when selling stored grain by monitoring for insect pests monthly... Pitfall traps installed in the top of the grain store will show insects are active long before they are seen on the surface of the grain... Protecting any grain stored from insect attack makes economic sense, because even feed grain can lose value though loss of protein or palatability, affecting livestock growth rates...
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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
avoid surprises when selling stored grain by monitoring for insect pests monthly... Pitfall traps installed in the top of the grain store will show insects are active long before they are seen on the surface of the grain... Protecting any grain stored from insect attack makes economic sense, because even feed grain can lose value though loss of protein or palatability, affecting livestock growth rates...
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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
avoid surprises when selling stored grain by monitoring for insect pests monthly... Pitfall traps installed in the top of the grain store will show insects are active long before they are seen on the surface of the grain... Protecting any grain stored from insect attack makes economic sense, because even feed grain can lose value though loss of protein or palatability, affecting livestock growth rates...
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