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DOI: 10.1093/amt/22.1.368
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Control of Northern Masked Chafer Larvae on Turfgrass, 1996

K. T. Power,David J. Shetlar,H. D. Niemczyk,Marcia J. Belcher

Lawn
Sprayer
Irrigation
1997
Abstract The study was conducted on a research lawn at the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center, Wooster, Ohio. Insecticides were applied 21 Aug to plots 10 X 10 ft arranged in a RCB replicated four times. Liquid treatments were applied with a CO2 sprayer and Teejet™ 8010VS nozzles at 35 psi pressure that delivered a volume of 3 gal/1000 ft2. The granular treatments were applied with a shaker jar. After all treatments were applied, the area was irrigated with approximately ‘A inch of water bul received no further supplemental irrigation. Environmental conditions at the time of treatment were as follows: NMC—approximately 17/ft2, 100% second instars; turf—level, dry, 2½ inches ht, 60% Kentucky bluegrass and 30% annual bluegrass, 10% weed species, no thatch; soil—moist, 79°F at 1 inch and 77°F at 3 inches deep; weather—mostly sunny, 80°F, 0-5 mph wind. Evaluation on 1 Oct involved counting the number of live NMC and JB larvae in each of six 7X7 inch areas per plot. Analysis of variance was done on plot totals and means were separated by LSD test at P = 0.05.
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    Control of Northern Masked Chafer Larvae on Turfgrass, 1996” is a paper by K. T. Power David J. Shetlar H. D. Niemczyk Marcia J. Belcher published in 1997. It has an Open Access status of “bronze”. You can read and download a PDF Full Text of this paper here.