Sugarcane Aphid Research Exchange Meeting 2017


Research presented at the 2017 Sorghum - Sugarcane Aphid Research Exchange Meeting included the following presentations and topics:

OBJECTIVES AND GUIDELINES
Objectives, Overview, Guidelines and Introductions
Amanda Beaudoin and Frank Rittemann, Bayer CropScience
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OPTIMUM SPRAY THRESHOLD FOR SUSCEPTIBLE AND TOLERANT HYBRIDS
Do Thresholds Differ with Resistant and Susceptible Hybrids?
Mike Brewer, Texas A&M University
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Evaluation of Commerical Sorghum Hybrids for Resistance for Melanaphis sacchari (sugarcane aphid)
John Gonzales, Louisiana State University
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Antixenosis to the Sugarcane Aphid [Melanaphis sacchari (Zehntner) (Aphididae)] in 16 Graminous Species
Gregory B. Wilson, Texas A&M University
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Cultivar-dependent Facilitation of Other Aphid Species by M. sacchari 
J.P. Michaud, Kansas State University
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SHOULD SPRAY THRESHOLD CHANGE WITH SORGHUM GROWTH STAGE?
Does the Optimum Threshold Differ with Crop Growth Stage?
Jeff Gore, Mississippi State University
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Sampling Sugarcane Aphid in South Plains Sorghum
Tom Royer, Oklahoma State University
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Tracking Sugarcane Aphid Infestations Using myFields.info: Lessons Learned in 2016
Brian McCornack, Kansas State University
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SUGARCANE APHID AT HARVEST
Manage Sugarcane Aphid at Harvest
Robert Bowling, Texas A&M University; Nick Seiter, University of Arkansas
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CONTROLLING SUGARCANE APHID IN THE PRESENCE OF OTHER PESTS
Effectively Manage Sugarcane Aphid inthe Presence of Other Pests
David Kerns, Texas A&M University; Gus Lorenz, University of Arkansas
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Secondary Pests Resurgence in Kansas Sorghum due to Predator Diversion by M. Sacchari 
J.P. Michaud, Kansas State University
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EVALUATING REDUCED RATES AND TANK MIXES OF TRANSFORM AND SIVANTO PRIME
Evaluate Reduced Rates and Tank Mixes of Transform and Sivanto on Sugarcane Aphid Efficacy
Scott Stewart, University of Tennessee; Ed Bynum, Texas A&M University
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Evaluating Insecticide Residual Activity for M. sacchari (Zehntner)
Ryan Gilreath, Louisiana State University
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EFFECTIVENESS OF SEED TREATMENTS AND IN-FURROW TREATMENTS
Determine Efficacy and Residual Activity of Seed Treatments on Sugarcane Aphid
Angus Catchot, Mississippi State University
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Impact of Insecticide Seed Treatments, Tolerant Sorghum Varieties and Planting Date on Population Growth of Sugarcane Aphid and Sorghum Yield in the Texas Panhandle
Ada Szczepaniec, Texas A&M University
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Impact of Plant Population on Sugarcane Aphid Densities and Grain Sorghum Yield
Brittany Lipsey, Mississippi State University
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INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT APPROACH TO SUGARCANE APHID CONTROL
Demonstrate IPM Approach to Sugarcane Aphid Control
David Buntin, University of Georgia; Ali Zarrabi, Oklahoma State University
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Environmental Variables and Observed Field Differences in Aphid Population Change Across Geographic Locations
John Gordy, Texas A&M University; Michael Brewer, Texas A&M University
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Natural Enemies in Sorghum and Their Potential Role in Sugarcane Aphid Management
Kris Giles, Oklahoma State University
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Do Parasitoids and Predators Utilize Sugarcane Aphid Similarly on Aphid Resistant and Susceptible Sorghum?
Michael Brewer, Texas A&M University
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Sugarcane Aphids and Grain Sorghum: Implications for Honey Bees
Whitney Crow, Mississippi State University
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ADDITIONAL SUGARCANE APHID RESEARCH AND PRESENTATIONS
Clonal Genetic Diversity of the Sugarcane Aphid in the U.S.
Alana Jacobson, Auburn University
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Brief Overview of California Forage Sorghum
David Haviland, University of California
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Sugarcane Aphid and Sweet Sorghum: An Orphan in Crisis
Ric Bessin, University of Kentucky
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