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Ecological studies of the beet leaf hopper

Carter, Walter

Ecological studies of the beet leaf hopper

by Carter, Walter

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Beet leaf-hopper.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Walter Carter.
    SeriesTechnical bulletin / United States Department of Agriculture -- no. 206, Technical bulletin (United States. Dept. of Agriculture) -- no. 206.
    ContributionsUnited States. Dept. of Agriculture.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination115 p., [8] p. of plates :
    Number of Pages115
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23003923M

    A leafhopper is the common name for any species from the family minute insects, colloquially known as hoppers, are plant feeders that suck plant sap from grass, shrubs, or trees. Class: Insecta. Sogawa's study of salivary glands of several leafhopper and planthopper species is one of the few detailed light microscopic descriptions of this group of insects. Although several studies of localization Cited by:

    The genus Eutettix with especial reference to E. tenella, the beet leaf-hopper: a taxonomic, biologic, and economic study of the North American forms Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated .

    Experimental Control of the Beet Leafhopper on. Sugar Beets Grown for Seed' the. viru,~ disease transmitted. tlel/dlUS), has. o[ monoRe:nn sugar-beet seed. ill. soutilern the beet lcaf­ reduced. tile. alld southern:\evada, In senne: years llumbers uJ leafhoppers. ye to fic Ids of suga1 beet. leafhopper. Such cultural practices are highly recommended as an aid to the reduction of injury by the beet leafhopper. LITERATURE CITED (1) COOK, W. C. SPRAYING FOR CONTROL OF THE BEET LFAFHOPPER IN CENTRAL CALIFORNIA IN Calif. Dept. Agr., Monthly Bul. (2) CAMPHILL, L. W. EXPERIMENTS TO CONTROL SUGAR BEET Cited by: 6.


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Ecological studies of the beet leaf hopper by Carter, Walter Download PDF EPUB FB2

Ecological Studies of the Beet Leaf Hopper [US Department of Agriculture (USDA)] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Ecological Studies of the Beet Leaf Hopper. Get this from a library. Ecological studies of the beet leaf hopper.

[Walter Carter; United States. Department of Agriculture.]. The Beet Leafhopper and the Curly-Leaf Disease That It Transmits (Utah Agricultural College Experiment Station Bulletin No.

) [Ball, E. D.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Beet Author: E. Ball. Bionomic Studies on the Beet Leafhopper. Harries. Search for more papers by this author. THE BEET LEAFHOPPER (HOMOPTERA: CICADELLIDAE): LABORATORY STUDIES ON FECUNDITY. Click on the article title to read by:   Bionomic studies on the beet leafhopper.

Ecol. Monogr. 45 – Meyerdirk, D.E., and Hessein, N.A. Population dynamics of the beet leafhopper, Circulifer tenellus (Baker), and associated Empoasca spp.

(Homoptera, Cicadellidae) and their egg parasitoids on sugar beets Cited by: 4. Beet Leafhopper. Scientific name: Circulifer tenellus. Phenology models predict timing of events in an organism's development. For many organisms which cannot internally regulate their own temperature, development is dependent on temperatures to which they are exposed.

Larva Description: The nymph stage looks like a smaller version of the adult beet leafhopper with under developed wings. Host Plant: Beets, tomato, chile plants.

Ecological Threat. The beet leafhopper causes damage to beets and other crops through the transmission of the Beet. Abstract does not appear. First page follows.

During field investigations were carried on to determine where the beet leafhopper spends the winter and to locate the natural breeding areas in this state. Trips were taken to Death Valley, Mojave Desert, Imperial Valley, and the Tulare Lake and Bakersfieid sections of the San Joaquin Valley—areas from which Ball(2) believed the beet.

UC Management Guidelines for Beet Leafhopper on Sugarbeet. The following are ranked with the pesticides having the greatest IPM value listed first—the most effective and least harmful to natural. Ecological Studies of the Beet Leaf Hopper. Publication info: Beltsville, MD: U.S.

Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library, Alternative Farming Systems Information Center. The beet leafhopper has been widely studied in California, Washington, Oregon, Idaho, New Mexico, Utah, and Arizona, particularly because of its unique association with the curly top virus disease.

The Beet Leafhopper in the Central Columbia River Breeding Area. The following is based on the author's summary: Ecological studies of the beet leafhopper, Eutettix tenellus[Circulifer tenellus Cited by: A previous study of oviposition in the beet leafhopper has shown that the insects prefer to lay eggs on beet plants even when they prefer different host plants for feeding.

In another study, researchers tried to study Family: Cicadellidae. Biology and Management of the Beet Leafhopper and Purple Top Phytoplasma ecological imbalance, worker overexposure and a cascade of ecological effects. For and J.R. Douglass. Bionomic studies on the beet leafhopper.

Ecological Monographs 45– Hills, O.A. The beet. The beet leafhopper, Ciculifer tenellus Baker, is widely distributed throughout the western United States (Cook ).

Beet leafhoppers (BLH) can be a severe pest of tomatoes in California where they are. Click on the title to browse this issue. In the course of ecological studies of the beet leafhopper (Eutettix tenellus (Bak.)), a large number of population counts vere taken in beet fields within the range of this insect.

The pur-pose of these counts was to determine the time and magnitude of the spring movement from the breeding areas to the beet.

Introduction The beet leafhopper Circulifer ienellus (Baker) is probably the most important species of Cicadellidae in North America. It is the only known vector of the curly top virus disease, which causes great losses to sugar beet, tomato, melon, spinach.

Studies of the Vitality of the Beet Leafhopper During the Fall and Winter in California as Related to the Fat Content of the Insects (pp. ) William C. Cook DOI: /. Adult beet leafhoppers are inch (3 mm) in length, pale green to tan in color, and may have dark markings.

Damage While some damage is caused by nymph and adult feeding, beet leafhopper is a serious pest because it vectors Beet .indicated that there is a large breeding area of the leafhopper in the central Columbia River Valley, in south-central Washington and northeastern Oregon, from which populations are dispersed to the Yakima Valley and other surrounding territory (fig.

1).* In ecological studies of the beet .The ecology of the principal summer weed hosts of the beet leafhopper in the San Joaquin Valley, California. - UNT Digital Library Describes the results of a scientific study on the effect of summer weeds on crops (mainly sugar beets and tomatoes) and the use of the beet leafhopper Cited by: 4.