Bacillus thuringiensis for managing gypsy moth: a review
Richard C. Reardon, Normand R. Dubois, Winfred McLane, National Center of Forest Health Management (U.S.)
USDA Forest Service, National Center of Forest Health Management, 1994 - Bacillus thuringiensis - 32 pages
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Abbott Laboratories aerial application application of Bt application technology applied undiluted Bacillus thuringiensis bacteria bacterium Barjac Beegle bioassays BlU/acre BlU/ha Bt formulations Bt products Bt strains Bt varieties cabbage looper Center of Forest commercial formulations concentration contain control of gypsy defoliation delta-endotoxins deposit Dipel doses of Bt drop density Dulmage Econ efficacy of Bt egg mass Entomol Entomophaga maimaiga evaluated factors foliage protection Foray 48B forest insect formulations of Bt Frankenhuyzen gypsy moth larvae gypsy moth populations HD-1 strain hemolymph ICPs insect insecticidal activity insecticidal crystal proteins instar integrated pest management isolated kurstaki L/ha laboratory lepidopteran lepidopteran larvae lepidopteran pests melanoscelus midgut nontarget Novo Nordisk nozzles ofBt operational spray programs oz/acre parasitoid percent plots population reduction potency Precautionary Statement proteins Reardon reduced resistance to Bt sampling Sandoz serotype significantly sporangium spore spores and crystals spruce budworm stickers susceptible tank mixes Thuricide toxic treated with Bt untreated USDA Forest Service volume