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1997 Annual International Research Conference on Methyl Bromide Alternatives and Emissions Reductions

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Disease Suppresive Composts as Substitutes For Methyl Bromide (Hary A. J. Hoitink)

Effect of Botanical on Soil Populations of FUSARIUM And Other Soilborne Pathogens (J.H. Bowers)

High Nitrogen Containing Organic Amendments For The Control Of Soilborne Plant Pathogens (G. Lazarovits)

Mechanisms Associated With Disease Control By Organic Soil Amendments (G. Lazarovits)

An Apparatus For The Rapid Evaluation Of Natural Soil Such As Benzaldehyde (C. L. Wilson)

Alternatives To Methyl Bromide For Nematode Management In Orchard And Crow Crops (Saad L. Hafez)

A Soil Bacterium Which Grows On Methy Bromide And Its Application To The Dissipation Of Methyl Bromide During Soil Fumigation (Tracy L. Connell)

Dichloropropene Enhanced Degradation: Does It Affect Efficacy? (D. W. Dickson)

Surface Application Of Fertilizer Ammonium Thiousulfate To Reduce Methyl Bromide Emission From Soil (Jay Gan)

1,3-D Emission Reduction With Drip Irrigation (D. Wang)

Will Virtually Impermeable Films Eliminate Methyl Bromide Emissions From Pre-Plant Fumigations? (S.R. Yates)

Fumigations And Nonfumigations For Replacing Methyl Bromide In Tomato Production (D.E. Dickson)

Results Of Alternative Applications On Weed Control In A Strawberry Nursery (Charles O. Keddy)

Methyl Bromide For Preplant Soil Disinfestation In Template Horticultural Crops In Australia In Perspective (Ian J. Porter)

Alternatives to Methyl Bromide For Preplant Protected Cultivation Of Vegetables In The Mediterranean Developing Countries (Mohamed Besri)

Soil Temperature As Affected By Soil Solarization In A Humid Climate (S.J. Locascio)

Relative Lethal Dose, A Time-Temperature Model For Relating Soil Solarization Efficacy And Treatment Duration For Nematode Control (J.W. Noling)

Factors Affecting The Suppression Of Nutsedge By Translucent Plastic Film Mulch (David T. Patterson)

The Potential For Using Brassicas As An Alternative To Methyl Bromide In Controlling Soilborne Diseases (Carl E. Sams)

Dazomet Activity Towards Southern Bacteria Wilt And Non-Activity Towards Fusarium In Plasticulture Tomato Production (Mark E. Lancaster)

Response Of Strawberry To Some Chemical And Cultural Alterantives To Methyl Bromide Fumigation Of Soil Under California Production Conditions (J.M. Duniway)

Pest Control With Alternatives Fumigants To Methyl Bromide For Tomato (S.J. Locascio)

Field Validation Of 1,3 Dichloropropene + Chloropicrin And Pebulate As An Alternative To Methyl Bromide in Tomato (J.P. Gilreath)

The Comparison of Methyl Bromide, METAM Sodium (VAPAM), AND Telone C-17 Soil Fumigants With Watermelon And Tomato In The Columbia Basin Of Oregon (Philip B. Hamm)

Alternatives To Chemical Soil Fumigation In Western Federal Barefoot Conifer Nurseries (R.L.James)

Bilogical Control Of Pythiaceous Fungi Causing Death To Longlead Pine Seedlings In Cold Storage

Alternatives To Methyl Bromide In Southern Forest Tree Nurseries (Clark W. Lantz)

Development Of Alternatives To Methyl Bromide For Forestry Uses: The Role And Accomplishments Of USDA-Forest Service, Forest Health Protection (Gary K. Smith)

Economic Implications Of Banning Methyl Bromide: How Have They Changed With Recent Developments (Lori Lynch)

Economic Impact Of Banning Methyl Bromide Use In California Agriculture (Brent M. Hueth)

Use Of Methyl Bromide And Other Chemical Pest Control By Strawberry And Fresh Tomato Growers (Van Johnson)

Heat Stability Of Root-Knot Nematode Resistance In Bell Pepper (Judy A. Thies)

Evaluation Of Relative Resistance Of Different Strawberry Cultivars To Phytophthora And Vertickllium Dahliae As A Potential Alternative to Methyl Bromide (Christopher Winterbottom)

Walnut Rootstock Selection For Resistance To Phytophthora SPP (G.T. Browne)

PGPR: A Potential ALternative To Methyl Bromide Fumigation In Vegetable Production (Geoffrey Zehnder)

Bilogical Control Of Fusarium Wilt Of Tomato Under Varying Environmental Conditioners (R.P. Larkin)

Conventinonal and Organic Alternative to Methyl Bromide On California Strawberries (Frank V. Sances)

Review Of Use Of Alternatives To Methyl Bromide For Horticultural Crops In Asia (J.G.M. Vos)

Achievable Yield In A Commercial Fresh Carrot Production Field In California (J.O. Becker)

Methyl Iodide A Direct Replacement Of Methyl Bromide As A Soil Fumigant For Sweet Peppers (R.T. McMillian)

Herbicide Efficacy Of Metham And MethylIodide Applied Through Irrigation Systems In Georgia (Clyde C. Dowler)

Propargyl Bromide - A Possible Chemical Alternative To Methyl Bromide For Pre-Plant Soil Fumigation (S.R. Yates)

Nursery Soil Fumigation Regime Affects Strawberry Transplant Production, Transplant Size, And Subsequent Fruit Yield (Kird D. Larson)

Management Of Disease Losses Through Sed Treatments Of Longleaf And Shortleaf Pines (L.D. Dwinell)

Field Application Of Sewage And Spent Mushroom Composts In Conjunction With Basamid, A Fumigant, To Control The Root Pathogen, Cylindrocladium Scoparium, In Forest Nursery Soils (Hunter, B.B)

A Microbial Inoculant For Conifers As An Alternative To Methyl Bromide Fumigation (Eric A. Pedersen)

Field Comparison Of 20 Potential Methyl Bromide Alternatives For Tree And Vine Nurseries (Michael V. McKenry)

Bahiagrass For The Management Of Ring Nematode In Peach (A.P. Nyczepir)

Failure Of Late-November Systematic Herbicide Treatments To Control The Replant Problem (Michael V. McKenry)

Spatial Analysis In Precisions Targeting For Integrated Pest Management: Concepts And Process (Richard J. Brenner)

Trapping And Spatial Analysis For Precision Targeting Of Storage Pests In Large Retail Stores (Richard T. Arbogast

Precision Targeting: A Potential Tool For Economizing Non-Chemical Thermal Control Of German Cockroaches (Brain C. Zeichner

Elimination Of Structure-Infesting Termite Populations Using Precision Targeting And Bainting Techniques (Nan-Yao Su)

Automated Electronic Sensing Of Insects As A Data Source For Spatial Analysis (Dennis Shuman)

Use Of A Microprocessor-Controlled Sensor-Linked Dosing System To Regulate Application Of Fumigants To Structures And Enclosures (C H Bel)

Phyto-Oils As Alternatives To Methyl Bromide The Control Of Insects Attacking Stored Products And Cut Flowers (E. Shaaya)

Evaluation Of Methyl Iodide And Carbon Disulfide As Alternatives To Methyl Bromide For The Control Of Stored Product Insects (Y. Carmi)

The Potential For Phosphine To Replace Methyl Bromide (Mr. Bishu Chakrabarti)

Maintaining Market Quality In Quarantine Treatments: Issues And Approaches (H.T. Chan)

What Is Quality And How Can We Measure It? (Judith A. Abbott)

Confronting postharvest Decay In Quarantine-Treated Commodities (Raymond G. McGuire)

Market Quality In Disinfested Flowers, Foliage And Propagative Material (Arnold H. Hara)

Commodity Treatment protocols: Preserving The Commodity While Killing The Pest (Krista C. Shellie)

Biochemical/Phytotoxic Response Of Fresh Commodity To Alterantive MB Treatments (Louis H. Aung)

Can Crops Grwon In Temperate Climates Handle Heat Disinfestations (Michael Lay-Yee)

Irridiation As A Alternative To Methyl Bromide For Quarantine treatment Of Sweet Cherries (S.R. Drake)

Irradiation For Quarantine Disinfestation: Practical Aspects And Options (Joseph Borsa)

Wax Treatments Meeting Probit 9 Requirements For Controlling (Jaime Gonzalez G)

Postharvest Response Of Lemon Fruit TO Hot Water Impression, Quarantine Cold Or Methyl Bromide Fumigation Treatments Depends On Preharvest Growing Temperature (L.G. Houck)

Corrosive Effects Of Interactions Of Phosphine, Carbon Dioxide, Heat And Humidity On Electronic Equipment (Robert J. Brigham)

Decontamination Of Golden Nematode Infested Equipment With Statement Heat (Bill B. Brodie)

Distribution And Stratification Of Temperature In Processing Plants During Heat Sterilization (Alan K. Dowdy)

Diatomaceous Earth Combined With Heat To Control Insects In Structures (Paul G. Fields)

Fumigant Gas (David K. Mueller)

Application Of Eco2Fume Fumigant Gas To Stored Wheat In Sealed Bins (Ronald T. Noyes)

Mortality Of Sotred-Product Insects Exposed To Econ2Fume Fumigant gas (Thomas W. Phillips)

Evolution Of Quality And Insect Control In a Flour Mill (Rudy Bergen)

Irradiation Quarantine Treatments Doses For Apple Maggot, Blueberry Maggot, And Plum Curculio (Guy J. Hallman)

Concerns With Temperature Quarantine Treatment Research (Guy J. Hallman)

Commodity Independent Heat Treatment Parameters For Disinfestations From Anastrepha Fruit Flies (Robert L. Mangan)

Development Of Combination Heat And Cold Treatments For Postharvest Control Of Codling Moth In Apples And Pears (Lisa G. Neven)

Controlled Atmoshepere Treatments For Postharvest Control Of Two Spotted Spider Mites (Tetranychus urticae) (Shijun Zhou)

Grapefruit And Mexican Fruit Fly Tolerance To Refrigerated Controlled Atmosphere Storage (Krista C. Shellie)

Is 150 GY Overkill For Caribbean Fruit Fly Learve? (Burell Smittle)

MIDS Infrared Technology - Effective, Benign Affordable (Mats O. Ingemanson)

Securing Market Access For New Zealand Wood Products (Peter R. Dentener)

The Horn Phosphine Generator And Fumigation Methods With This New Tool For Space, Stored Products And Fruits (Dr. Franziskus Horn)

Effect Of Low Temperature Storage On Survival And Reproduction Of Inidianmeal Moth (J.A. Johnson)

Penetration Of Fumigants Into Logs For Pest Eradication And Stain Prevention (Elmer L. Schmidt)

Field-Testing Phytosanitation Treatments On Chilean Radiata Pine (B.R. White)

Preplant Application Of ALternative Fumigants By Irrigation Systems (Hussein Ajwa)

Soil Flooding During The Off-Season As An Alternative To Methyl Bromide (L.H. ALlen)

Hot Gas Application Of Methyl Bromide And Methyl Iodide For Soil Fumigation Field Trials (J.O. Becker)

Survey Of Southeastern Forest Nurseries: Fumigation Practices And Pest Management Concerns (Michelle M. Cram)

Preliminary Results Of The Effects Of Dazomet Rate And Incorporation Method On Pest Management In Southern Forest-Tree Nurseries (Stephen W. Fraedrich)

Efficacy Of Methyl Bromide Iodide Against Nematodes And Plant Pathogens (C.M. Hutchinson)

Southern Pine Seedling Health And Quality After Three Or Four Consecutive Crops In Fumigated Soil, Soil Treated With Organic Amendments, Or Untreated Soil (M.E. Kannwishcer-Mitchell)

Steam: An Alternative To Methyl Bromide (Karsky)

Reducing Emission Of Methyl Bromide From Soil Fumigation: Effect Of Shielding Solar Radiation With Non-Woven High-density Polyethlene Fiber Sheet (Y. Kobara)

California Has Not Reduced Methyl Bromide Use: Implications For Research And Extension Policy (James Liebman)

Alternatives For Purple And Yellow Nutsedge Management (Milton E. McGiffen)

Microbial Rhizosphere Colonizers Of Strawberry And Their Effect On Plant Growth (Frank Martin)

Root-Knot Nematode Control With Tropical Cover Crops (B.S. Sipes)

Review Of Use Of Alternatives To Methyl Bromide For Horticultural Crops In USA (J.G.M. Vos)

Red Flour Beetle Survival After Timed Exposures On Cyfluthrin-Treated Concrete (Frank H. Arthur)

Detection Of Hidden Insects In Grain By Automated NIR Refelectance Spectrophotometry (F.E. Dowell)

Gamma Processing: A Practical Answer To Quarantine Securtiy (Joseph Borsa)

Irridation As A Alternative To Methyl Bromide For Quarantine Treatment Of Sweet Cherries (S.R. Drake)

Advances In The Use Of EHF Energy As A Fumigant For Stored Products (Steven L. Halverson)

The Systems Approach To Quarantine Security For Northwest Tree Fruits: A Practical Alternative (J.D. Hansen)

MIDS Infrared Technology - Effective, Benign, Affordable (Mats O. Ingemanson)

Methyl Bromide Emission Control (Gerhard F. Knapp)

Comparison Of Alternative Quarantine Treatments For Sweet Cherries (Lisa G. Neven)

Nectarine Quality Following A Forced-Air Heat Treatment For Fruit Fly Disinfestation (David Obenland)

Quarantine Treatments For Hawaiian Fruit Flies: Recent Studies With Irridation, Heat And Cold (Thomas W. Phillips)

The Potential Of Insect Growth Regulator (IGR) Applications For Managing Moth Populations In Packaged Commodities (D.L. Silhacek)

The Effects Of Carbon Dioxide On Methyl Bromide Toxicity (J. Larry Zettler)

Nonchemical Alternatives TO Methyl Bromide For Control Of Drywood Termites In California (Michael I. Harverty)

Electronics As A Means Of Controlling Drywood Termites In Structures: Efficacy Under Field Conditions (Veranrd R. Lewis)

"New Directions For Forest Service Research" (Janine Powell)

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