2004 Annual International Research Conference on
Methyl Bromide Alternatives and Emissions Reductions
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A&M - Methyl Bromide in the
Atmosphere: A Scientific Overview and Update.
, EPA – CUE Allocation.
1. Burleson Smith, USDA – Update on QPS.
1. James Nicol,
– Methyl Bromide - Supplying the Critical Need.
2. Bill Chism, EPA -EPA Involvement with NMS.
2. Burleson Smith, USDA – USDA Involvement with
2. Dan Botts, FFVA –An Example of Industry Response to Developing a NMS
3. Jim Jones, EPA – Introduction to the Comparative Risk
Reiss, Sciences International – Estimating Fumigant Buffer Zones for
Bystanders by Air Dispersion Modeling.
3. David McAllister, Great lakes Chemical Company
– Registrant Perspective.
3. Scott Yates, USDA-ARS – Alternatives for Risk
4. Leesch, Jim-A
Summary of the Current Status of Methyl Bromide Alternatives in Postharvest
4. Ramsey, Stewart–Failure to Adopt Developed Alternative Techniques for
4. Chism, Bill-Gaps in
Research and Issues for CUE
James-Economic Forces and
Postharvest Methyl Bromide Alternatives
5. Schneider, Sally-A
Summary of the Current Status of Methyl Bromide Alternatives in PrePlant
5. Ramsey, Stewart-Failure to Adopt
Developed Alternative Techniques for PrePlant Systems.
5. Chism, Bill-Gaps in
Research and Issues for CUE Applications.
Forces and Progress with PrePlant Methyl Bromide Alternatives
Noling, J. W. (1)-Use
of Virtually Impermeable Plastic Mulches (VIF) in
Hail, J (2)-Reduced
Rates of MBR and C35 Under LDPE and VIF for Control of Soil Pests and Pathogens.
A Supplier’s View.
Steven (4)-Weed Response to
Chloropicrin and InLine™ Dose under VIF and Standard Film.
Spp.Control with Reduced Methyl Bromide Rates Under VIF in Pepper.
Fumigation for Liatris Production.
Greg T (7)-Potential
of Chemical and Non Chemical Approaches for Managing Prunus Replant Disease.
Replant: Performance of Methyl Bromide Alternatives Over Time.
of Methyl Bromide Alternatives for Orchard Replant in
of Alternative Fumigants in Cut Flowers.
of Mulch Type on the Efficacy of Drip Applied Metam Sodium as a Soil Fumigant.
Rodrigo (12)-Combinations of Metam Sodium and Propylene Oxide for
David A. (13)-Update
on Buffer Zone Assessments for Fumigants Based on the FEMS Model.
Rodrigo (14)-Potential Of Combination Treatments of Methyl Disulfide
and Metam Sodium for Weed Control.
Frank V. (15)-Use
of Plug Plants and Ozone Safe Chemical Fumigants as Alternatives to Methyl
Strawberries and Other Coastal High-Cash Crops.
Fumigants for Strawberry Nursery Production in
: A Summary.
Jose Manuel (17)-Chemical Alternatives
to Methyl bromide for Strawberry Nurseries in
, 2003 Results.
Between Remote Sensing Data and Strawberry Growth and Yield.
, Colin (19)-Ethanedinitrile (C2N2) -- A
Novel Soil Fumigant for Insect, Nematode, Pathogen and Weed Control.
(21)-Effective Rate of Propylene Oxide for Nutsedge Control.
(22A)-PROPOZONE™ Soil Fumigant 2004.
Rodrigo (22)-A Dosimetric Study on the Herbicidal Activity of
Jason (23)-Acrolein and Propylene Oxide: Alternatives to
Methyl Bromide for Weed Control in Turf.
(24)-Progress in Phasing Out Methyl Bromide for Tomato Production in Developing
and Developed Countries.
(25)-IR-4 Methyl Bromide Alternatives Program Update and Review.
(26)-Metam and Chloropicrin Combinations as Methyl Bromide/Chloropicrin
Applied Soil Pesticides for Nematode Control in Double-cropped Vegetable
Charles (28)-Economic Evaluation of
Methyl Bromide Alternatives for Strawberry Production.
(29)-Perennial Crop Nurseries – Performance of Methyl Bromide Alternatives in
(30)-Alternative Pre–Plant Soil Fumigation Treatments for Deciduous Tree
(31)-Increasing Fumigant Efficacy with VIF.
Years of Preplant Shank or Drip Fumigation.
of Losses to Snapdragon from Soilborne Pests and Diseases.
Hafez, Saad L.
(34)-Integrated Nonchemical Approach – A Viable Option of Methyl Bromide
(35)-Adoption of Methyl Bromide Alternatives by
Jose Manuel (36)-Soil Solarization and Biofumigation Using
Sprayable Plastic Polymers for Strawberry Production.
and Development of Biorational Mixtures of Volatile Components.
Yield with Chloropicrin and In Line® in Combination with Metam Sodium and VIF.
(39)-Comparing Fumigants for Control of Phytophora
capsici in Vegetable Crops.
(40)-Evaluation of Methyl Bromide Alternatives on Commercial Vegetable Farms.
Jose Manuel (41)-Chemical Alternatives to Methyl Bromide for
Strawberry Production in
), 2003/2004 Results.
Control in Strawberry with Oxyflourfen (Goal®).
Louws, Frank (43)-Efficacy
of Methyl Bromide Alternatives for Verticillium and Weed Management in Tomatoes.
Nematode control: Development of a Commercial Production Process.
(45)-Impact of Methyl Bromide on Nematode Communities.
(46)-Use of Resistant Bell Peppers to Manage Root-knot Nematodes in a
(48)-SEP™100, A Sodium Azide-Based Broad Spectrum
Rodrigo (49)-Sodium Azide [SEP™100] for Control of Root-knot
Nematode, Weeds, and Soil Borne Disease in Cantaloupe Production.
(50)-New Products for use as Methyl Bromide Alternatives in Tomato.
Nutsedge Control with Iodomethane.
Isikber, A. A.
Oxide as a Potential Quarantine Fumigant for Disinfestation of Nuts.
and Comparison of Four Fumigants as Replacements for Methyl Bromide.
, Tom (54)-Propylene Oxide, A Versatile Fumigant, A Safe
of Profume™ on Stored Product Insects Under Two Atmospheric Conditions.
(56)-New Fumigants, Ecofume and Ecotwin,
to Control Insect Pests in Log.
Phosphine Fumigants: Sustainable Alternatives for Stored Product Protection.
(58)-Fresh Fruit Fumigation with
Phosphine as Alternative for Methyl Bromide.
(59)-Postharvest Phosphine Fumigation of
Nuts Using the Horn Diluphos System (HDS).
, Colin (60)-An
Australian Update on Carbonyl Sulfide and Ethyl Formate.
Indian Meal Moth Populations by Compromising Larval Growth.
S. Graver, Jan (62)-A
New Phosphine Generator from
Observations on the Benefits of ProFume®.
(64)-Update on the Development and Commercialization of ProFume® Gas Fumigant
as an Alternative to Methyl Bromide.
(65)-Field Experience with ProFume® Gas Fumigant.
ProFume® Fumiguide: A New Novel Tool to Manage and Improve Fumigations.
, James (67)-Flour
Mill Fumigations: Action Thresholds, Efficacy and Rebound.
of ProFume® Gas Fumigant.
Bromide Scrubbing Technology Development.
S. Graver, Jan (71)-Training
as a Means to Reduce Methyl Bromide Emissions During Fumigations Treatments.
Nematodes for Control of Overwintering Navel Orangeworm.
Replaces Methyl Bromide for Sweetpotatoes Exported from
Judy (74)-Non-Chemical Alternatives for Dried Fruits and
Nuts: Issues and Opportunities.
Shaojin (75)-Update on Development of Postharvest
Control Treatments for Nuts, Citrus and Tropical Fruits Using RF Energy.
Between Remote Sensing Data and Strawberry Growth and Yield.
mayaguensis Reproduction on Resistant Tomato and Pepper.
Status of Basamid® G in the
Fumigation with K-Pam HL and Vapam HL.
and Dissipation of 1,3-D and Chloropicrin after Shank and Drip Applications in a
Clay Loam Soil.
Don (81)-Meloidogyne mayaguenis a New Plant Nematode Species, Poses Threat
for Vegetable Production in
(82)-Effect of Alternative Fumigants on
Weed Populations in Nurseries.
(84)-Atmospheric 1,3-Dichloropropene in
the Kanto Area (
) after a Ban on Methyl Bromide.
(85)-Soil Fumigation for Freesia
Oxide Poster Summary
of DMDS for Production of Ornamental Cockscomb (Celosia
and Fumigation: Host Resistance to Manage Phytophthora in Peppers.
of Biological Control for Management of Strawberry Root Rot.
(90)-A Generic Irradiation Dose for
Postharvest Control of Fruit Flies Worldwide.
(91)-Sensory Evaluation of Stone Fruit
Following Heat/Controlled Atmosphere Treatment.
(92)-Methyl Bromide Scrubbing Technology
(93)-Toxicity of Ethanedinitrile (C2N2)
to Timber or Wood Related Insect Pests.
, Colin (94)-Biosecurity
Applications of Ethanedinitrile (C2N2) Fumigation.
Concentration, Fumigation Time, and Temperature Effects on Fruit Fly Mortality.
Thomas (96)-Production of the Nematode
Biocontrol Agent Pasteuria spp. the
Frank (97)-Efficacy of Pyrethrin
Aerosol in Simulated Field Applications.
Tateya, Akio (98)-Control
Efficacy to Tobamo-virus of Alternatives to Methyl Bromide.
of VIF with Inline and PIC EC in Strawberries.
Goodhue, Rachael (100)-Economics
of Methyl Bromide Use in
Strawberries: CUE Criteria.
(101)-A Decade of Solar Use for Substrate Desinfestation in
of Sewage Sludge to Induce Soilborne Pathogens.
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