|Title:||Insecticide Control of Thrips on Seedling Field Corn, 2019||Authors:||G David Buntin
|Keywords:||corn thrips;tobacco thrips||Issue Date:||Jan-2020||Publisher:||Oxford University Press||Journal Volume:||45||Journal Issue:||1||Start page/Pages:||tsz092||Source:||Arthropod Management Tests||Abstract:||
Thrips feed on seedling field corn and usually do not require control, but sometimes can cause noticeably severe leaf injury. A trial evaluating foliar-applied insecticides was conducted at the University of Georgia Southwest Research and Education Center (32.0394, −84.3670) located near Plains, GA. A non-Bt, glyphosate-resistant corn hybrid was planted on 1 May on 36 inch rows at the rate of 34,000 seed per acre.
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