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Unpublished Paper
Evaluation of Various Technologies for Management of Larval Corn Rootworm
Farm Progress Reports
  • Aaron J. Gassmann, Iowa State University
  • Patrick J. Weber, Iowa State University
Number
RFR-A16138
Publication Year
2017
Farm
Ag Engineering/Agronomy, Central Iowa and BioCentury Research Farms
Department
Entomology
Areas
Pests
Disciplines
Abstract
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of several technologies for management of corn rootworm larvae. Evaluation of Bt hybrids included DeKalb YieldGard VT Triple RIB, DeKalb SmartStax RIB, Pioneer Optimum AcreMax1, and Pioneer Optimum AcreMax XTreme. All of these products, along with corn lacking a rootworm active Bt trait, were tested with and without the soil-applied insecticide Aztec-HC 9.34G.
Citation Information
Aaron J. Gassmann and Patrick J. Weber. "Evaluation of Various Technologies for Management of Larval Corn Rootworm" (2017)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/aaron_gassmann/61/