2 edition of European Corn Borer. found in the catalog.
European Corn Borer.
Ontario. Dept. of Agriculture.
Written in English
|Series||Bulletin (Ontario Dept. of Agriculture) -- 358|
|Contributions||Caesar, L., Thompson, R.W.|
Introduced into North America, the European corn borer (ECB) probably came in "broom" corn from Hungary or Italy around It was first identified in Massachusetts in from where it spread west to Nebraska in as a two-year generation ('bivoltine') strain. Corn is its preferred or primary host but it can infest some plants including dry bean, soybean, and. Identifying the European Corn Borer. The first step to knowing you have a problem with the European Corn Borer is knowing how to identify it. There are other pests that gravitate toward corn, but if you are sure of what pest you have, you can target your treatment specifically for that particular pest.. The European Corn Borer spends the winter on your old corn stalks or other .
The European corn borer, Ostrinia nubilalis (Hu¨ bner), causes economic damage to corn, Zea mays L., throughout the Corn Belt. Because this insect has become the primary target of Bacillus thuringiensis Berliner (Bt) transgenic corn, current efforts addressing the management of O. nubilalis resistance to Bt corn require information on adult European corn borer dispersal Cited by: European corn borer and allied species: Ostrinia (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) Responsibility: [by] Akira Mutuura and Eugene Munroe.
European corn borer larvae have three pair of true legs behind the head and five pairs ofprolegson their abdomen. Pupae are brown, ½ to ¾ inch long, and have a rounded head region and abdomen area tipped with a tiny hook. Male and female corn borer moths are similar in appearance. moths have alternating yellow and brown wavy lines across each. The southwestern corn borer and the European corn borer have similar life histories. Overwintering larvae pupate in the spring and emerge as adults about 10 days later. Adults are active primarily at night but can be found during the day under leaves. These moths lay eggs that produce the first generation of southwestern corn borers.
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The European Corn Borer [D. Caffrey] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This is a reproduction of a book published before This European Corn Borer. book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pagesAuthor: D.
Caffrey. European Corn Borer in Kentucky Paperback – January 1, by P.O. Ritcher (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: P.O. Ritcher. The European corn borer prefers corn, but also attacks other herbaceous plants, including potatoes.
This fact sheet discusses ECB life cycle, monitoring, and management. European corn borer European corn borer. Description. Adult: Moth with alternating wavy yellow and brown lines across each wing.
Larvae: Beige with black heads and two brown spots on each abdominal segment. Eggs: The size of a pinhead, white and are. EUROPEAN CORN BORER.
State Exterior Quarantine. A quarantine is established against the following pest, its hosts and possible carriers. Pest. European corn borer (Ostrinia nubilalis). A moth, family Pyralidae, which is damaging to a wide variety of important food and floral crops. Area Under Quarantine.
All states, districts, andFile Size: KB. European corn borer larvae damage both the stem and fruit of beans, pepper, and cowpea. In celery, potato, rhubarb, Swiss chard, and tomato, it is usually the stem tissue that is damaged.
In beet, European Corn Borer. book, and rhubarb, leaf tissue may be injured. Entry of borers into plant tissue facilitates entry of plant pathogens.
European Corn Borer larvae feed on several crops species including corn, cotton, and grain sorghum.
Thresholds for pesticide application have been established in Missouri only for corn. Two or three generations are possible in Missouri each year.
Introduction: In this lab, you will use a simulation to further your understanding of independent and dependent variables. You will be studying the level of European Corn Borer infestation in various environments.
Open the Simulator at: (alternately, use google to search for "mhhe virtual labs") 1. Read the introduction. 26 rows Can be applied by chemigation. Field corn (grain and silage), popcorn and seed. European Corn Borer Back To Results Email Tweet European corn borer (ECB) is a common pest of corn.
The impact of ECB on corn yield is often underestimated due to lack of scouting, large changes in ECB populations from year to year, and. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Caffrey, D.J.
European corn borer. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, (OCoLC) The European corn borer (Ostrinia nubilalis), also known as the European corn worm or European high-flyer, is a moth of the family Crambidae which includes other grass moths. It is a pest of grain, particularly corn (maize or Zea mays).Class: Insecta.
The European Corn Borer (Ostrinia nubilalis) is a widespread pest (found on three continents) known to feed on different kinds of plants, some of which include: corn, pepper, chrysanthemum, dahlia, beet, bean, potato, tomato, cotton and.
The European corn borer originated in Eurasia and was accidentally introduced into North America. This insect readily adopted corn as a host and has since caused hundreds of millions of dollars in crop losses. This publication is an update of the version published by the North Central Region.
European corn borer has been a significant pest of Iowa field corn since the s. This publication discusses the European corn borer life cycle, injury caused to corn and management options with a focus on Iowa field corn production. The European corn borer, Ostrinia nubilalis (Hübner), is a serious pest of commercial maize throughout the U.S.
Corn Belt. Adults in the central and eastern Corn Belt aggregate in grassy areas around and within the cornfield where they spend the daylight hours resting and where mating activity occurs at night. Mated females leave the aggregation sites at night to oviposit in Cited by: EUROPEAN CORN BORER APPROVED PROCESS AND INSPECTION.
APPENDIX C 1. Shelled Grain may be certified under (Db) provided it had passed through a ½ inch or less mesh screen prior to loading and is believed to be free of stalks, cobs, stems, or portions of plants or fragments capable of harboring larvae of ECB, and, further, that the.
Title. The European corn borer. Related Titles. Series: CIHM/ICMH microfiche series ; no. Series: Crop protection leaflet / Canada. Division of Entomology ; no.
About European Corn Borers. Reproduction and Life Cycle. The amount of reproduction is greatly dependent on the area in which European corn borers are living. They typically have 1 to 4 generations per year based on the weather. The first 3 to 5 hours of darkness in a day is when adult European corn borer moths are most active.
European Corn Borer in Field Corn — EW. 2 Insecticide Treatments Economically important corn borer populations can usu-ally be controlled if insecticides are properly selected and correctly applied. As a rule, one application will control first generation borers in corn. However, two or more applicationsFile Size: 2MB.
European Corn Borer (Ostrinia nubilalis) European corn borer is an introduced pest that has spread across much of eastern and central North America. The number of generations of European corn borer ranges from one per year in the extreme north to four per year in the Southeastern U.S. Identifying European Corn Borer’s Damage Plants Affected.
European corn borer is a serious pest to more than plants. Generally speaking, they will feed on herbaceous plants with a large stem, which will provide them with a suitable entry point. The western strain of the pest feeds primarily on corn.Describes the characteristics of the European corn borer and the damage it can cause to plants in the United States.
This book is part of the collection entitled: Government Documents A European corn borer -- Control. LanguageCited by: