In latest years many NC fields have hurt extensive losses because of Hessian fly
resistance gene H13 is mapped to a distal cluster of resistance genes in chromosome 6DS of wheat.
Oviposition preferences of the Hessian fly
and their consequences for the survival and reproductive potential of offspring.
and barley stem gall midge, two different species of Mayetiola (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae) in Morocco.
The Hessian fly
particularly is insidious because it can control the wheat plant's development.
On the basis of insect screening trials conducted at the University of Idaho using a collection containing the three primary biotypes found in the Pacific Northwest, Louise is heterogeneous (65%) for resistance to Hessian fly
biotypes E, F, and GP.
tritici), partial resistance to the Hessian fly
[Mayetiola destructor (Say)], and superior dual purpose end-use quality for making noodle and bread products.
GP-804, PI 639732) with resistance to Hessian fly
[Mayetiola destructor (Say)] were released by the USDA-ARS, Fargo, ND, and the North Dakota State Agricultural Experiment Station, Fargo, ND, in 2004.
ARS has done such a good job of combating the Hessian fly
pest of wheat that many people think the problem is history.
tritici) (data obtained from field observations in Nebraska, 2005), and Hessian fly
(Mayetiola destructor Say) (data provided by J.
Paul is susceptible to the Great Plains biotype of Hessian fly
(Mayetiola destructor Say), Russian wheat aphid (Diuraphisnoxia Mordvilko), and wheat stem sawfly (Cephus cinctus Nort.
Something poisonous in the saliva of Hessian fly
larvae triggers a disastrous response in wheat plants.
This method of designating biotypes is similar to that used with the Hessian fly
(Mayetiola destructor Say) that attacks wheat, Triticum aestivum L.
Japan has recently approved this safe, practical quarantine procedure, ensuring that Hessian fly
can't sneak into the country in baled hay.
populations of the Hessian fly
[Mayetiola destructor (Say), predominant biotypes GP, E, F, and O] is resistant based on replicated laboratory evaluations of Jerome using Hessian fly
populations collected near Lewiston, ID (Ratcliffe et al.