Corn

In Advances in the Commercialization of Green Lacewings, Part II: Field Application  (Vol. VII, No. 3)

In Current Research on Biological Control of Insects in the Midwest  summary # 7 (Vol. VII, No. 3)

In Do Surrounding Habitats Influence Parasitism in Field Crops?  Vol. VI, No. 10)

In Increasing Ground Beetle Numbers Results in Increased Predation  Vol. VI, No. 10)

In Lady Beetle Invasion Disrupts Native Species  (Vol. VI, No. 10)

In Mechanized Delivery Methods for Field Release of Beneficial Insects  (Vol. VI, No. 9)

Suitability of Corn Insects for Green Lacewings  (Vol. VI, No. 9)

Biological Control at Regional Entomology Meeting summary #6  (Vol. VI, No. 6)

Orius Feeding Habits in Corn  (Vol. VI, No. 4)

In Biological Control at National Entomology, Plant Pathology Society Meetings summary # 6  (Vol. VI, No. 1/2)

In Biological Control at National Entomology, Plant Pathology Society Meetings summary # 10  (Vol. VI, No. 1/2)

In Current Research on Biological Control of Insects in the Midwest Iowa summary  (Vol. V, No. 11)

In Current Research on Biological Control of Insects in the Midwest Nebraska summary  (Vol. V, No. 11)

In Where Does Biological Control Fit in Row-Crop Weed Management?  (Vol. V, No. 10)

In Biological Control at the Weed Science Society of America Meeting  (Vol. V, No. 9)

In Predatory Bugs Prefer Different Crops  (Vol. V, No. 9)

In Gliocladium virens  (Vol. V, No. 9)

Releasing Egg Parasitoids in Sweet Corn for European Corn Borer Control  (Vol. V, No. 6)

In Trichoderma harzianum, Strain T-22  (Vol. V, No. 4)

In Biological Control at National Entomology Society Meetings summary # 2  (Vol. V, No. 3)

In Biological Control at National Entomology Society Meetings summary # 7  (Vol. V, No. 3)

In Biological Control at National Entomology Society Meetings summary # 1  (Vol. V, No. 2)

In Biological Control at National Entomology Society Meetings summary # 7  (Vol. V, No. 2)

In Biological Control at National Entomology Society Meetings summary # 13  (Vol. V, No. 2)

Plant Colors Influence Predator Location in Corn  (Vol. V, No. 2)

In Lady Beetles in Field Crops Respond to Habitat Diversity  (Vol. V, No. 1)

In Current Research on Biological Control of Insects in the Midwest  (Vol. IV, No. 12)

Bt Corn and European Corn Borer: Longterm Success Through Resistance Management  (Vol. IV, No. 10)

In Beauveria bassiana  (Vol. IV, No. 10)

Transgenic Corn Safe for Insect Predators  (Vol. IV, No. 7)

Using Trichogramma ostriniae for Biological Control of the European Corn Borer  (Vol. IV, No. 5)

The Impact of Insecticides on Ground Beetles  (Vol. IV, No. 5)

Do Organic and Conventional Fields Differ in Pest and Beneficial Numbers?  (Vol. IV, No. 5)

European Corn Borer, Ostrinia nubilalis, and Its Microsporidian Pathogen, Nosema pyrausta  (Vol. IV, No. 3)

In Biological Control at National Entomology Society Meetings summary # 1  (Vol. IV, No. 3)

In EPA Registers Six New Biological Pesticides in First Quarter of FY97  (Vol. IV, No. 3)

In Biological Control at National Entomology Society Meetings summary # 11  (Vol. IV, No. 2)

Eriborus terebrans, Parasite of European Corn Borer  (Vol. III, No. 11)

Ant Predation of June Beetle Eggs in Maize  (Corn)  (Vol. III, No. 10)

Fungus for Control of European Corn Borer Doesn't Harm Lady Beetle Predator  (Vol. III, No. 8)

Seasonal Biology of Spider Mite Fungal Pathogen in Field Corn  (Vol. III, No. 7)

In Sugar Sprays to Encourage Beneficial Insects  (Vol. III, No. 6)

Crop Management Practices Favoring Soil Predators in Field Corn  (Vol. III, No. 6)

Do Weeds Improve Black Cutworm Control by Its Parasite?  (Vol. III, No. 5)

In Integrating Trichogramma Wasps and Bt Sprays for Control of European Corn Borer in Sweet Corn  (Vol. III, No. 3)

In Biological Control at National Entomology Society Meetings summary # 9  (Vol. III, No. 3)

In Biological Control at National Entomology Society Meetings summary # 7  (Vol. III, No. 2)

Trichogramma nubilalis Best for European Corn Borer Control in Lab Study  (Vol. III, No. 1)

Minute Pirate Bug Good Predator of Corn Earworm and European Corn Borer Eggs on Corn  (Vol. II, No. 12)

In No-till and Biological Control  (Vol. II, No. 11)

Egg Cannibalism and The Twelvespotted Lady Beetle  (Vol. II, No. 10)

Transgenic Bt-Corn and Predators  (Vol. II, No. 9)

Natural Enemies of Spider Mites on Field Corn  (Vol. II, No. 7)

Bt vs. Insecticides for European Corn Borer Control in Whorl Stage Field Corn  (Vol. II, No. 6)

Caterpillar Predation Higher in No-Till Than in Conventional Tillage Corn  (Vol. II, No. 5)

Influence of Conservation Tillage on Natural Enemies  (Vol. II, No. 3)

Using Trichogramma Wasps For Control of European Corn Borer  (Vol. II, No. 1)

Mulching Increases Spider Numbers and Reduces Insect Damage  (Vol. I, No. 4)

New Iowa State Extension Bulletin on Beneficial Insects  (Vol. I, No. 4)

Classical Biological Control: Importation of New Natural Enemies  (Vol. I, No. 3)

New Bacillus thuringiensis Strain Active Against Corn Rootworms  (Vol. I, No. 3)

Native Predators Reduce Armyworm Damage to Corn  (Vol. I, No. 2)

Nematodes Applied Through Sprinkler Irrigation Control Larval Corn Rootworms  (Vol. I, No. 1)

Predators Reduce Black Cutworm Damage in No-Till Corn  (Vol. I, No. 1)


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