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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
While less of a problem in irrigated crops, they can become a problem when soils are drying out before harvest... The exit holes made by larvae increase the aflatoxin risk in peanuts... There are no chemicals registered or under permit for the control of etiella in peanuts...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
While less of a problem in irrigated crops, they can become a problem when soils are drying out before harvest... The exit holes made by larvae increase the aflatoxin risk in peanuts... There are no chemicals registered or under permit for the control of etiella in peanuts...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Etiella larvae ( Etiella behrii ) have infested an estimated 50 percent of mungbean pods in a crop in the Moree region, raising concern this season's crops will return smaller yields leading into harvest... Commonly known as lucerne seed web moth, etiella larvae normally attack pods but in recent years early infestations have attacked mungbean and soybean buds and flowers and have tunnelled into plant stems... Hugh Brier, senior entomologist from the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (DAFF) Kingaroy, said the larvae leave a near-invisible entry hole into pods making them very difficult to detect...
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Catalogue: GRDC Final Reports
The lucerne seed web moth, Etiella behrii , is a serious pest of lentils in southern Australia... A significant aim of the project was to supply the lentil industry with efficacy data to support the registrations of insecticides for Etiella control in lentils... The project has provided the lentil industry with sound management recommendations for controlling the Etiella moth in lentils...
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Catalogue: GRDC Final Reports
Lucerne seed web moth, Etiella behrii, has become a serious pest of lentils in southern Australia... Trials were undertaken in South Australia to develop a standard light trap to monitor flight activity of the Etiella moth... Sweep netting, general observations and sampling of crops suggest that major flights of Etiella moths occurred in late October...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Etiella larvae ( Etiella behrii ) have infested an estimated 50 percent of mungbean pods in a crop in the Moree region, raising concern this season's crops will return smaller yields leading into harvest... Commonly known as lucerne seed web moth, etiella larvae normally attack pods but in recent years early infestations have attacked mungbean and soybean buds and flowers and have tunnelled into plant stems... Hugh Brier, senior entomologist from the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (DAFF) Kingaroy, said the larvae leave a near-invisible entry hole into pods making them very difficult to detect...
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