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					PROGRAM Sunday Evening, 28 October 2007 CPC Meeting Registration: Set Up Poster: US/Canada Methyl Bromide Working Group Monday Morning, 29 October 2007 6:30 am 7:00 am 7:00 am Registration: Set Up Poster Presentations: Coffee: Location: South/West Foyer Location: Ballroom VI-VIII Location: Ballroom VI-VIII

2:00-4:00 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm 8:00-10:00

Location: Location: Location: Location:

San Diego 1&2 South/West Foyer Ballroom VI-VIII San Diego 1&2

8:00 am PLENARY SESSION: Welcome, ODP, Regulatory Location: Ballroom I-V Moderator: Reggie Brown 8:00-8:15 Welcome Reggie Brown, MBAO, Chief Executive Officer 8:15-8:40 Steve Montzka -Methyl Bromide in the Atmosphere: A Scientific Overview and Update 8:40-9:05 Rick Keigwin – Regulatory Status of Alternatives EPA 9:05-9:30 Tobi Jones – California Regulatory Update 9:30-9:55 Reinouw Bast-Tjeerde- International Plant Protection Convention: Global Efforts to Reduce Methyl Bromide Emissions 9:55-10:05 Gary Obenauf-Housekeeping 10:05 am – 10:30 am Break Location: Ballroom VI-VIII 10:30 am – 12:00 noon PLENARY SESSION – Montreal Protocol, CUE, Risk Assessment, CSREES Moderator: Reggie Brown 10:30-10:50 John Thompson– Montreal Protocol after 20 Years 10:50-11:10 Ross Brennan – CUE (Carryover Stocks, CAA Reporting) 11:10-11:30 John Leahy – EPA Risk Assessment Needs 11:30-12:00 William Hoffman (P-1) – CSREES Methyl Bromide Transition Integrated Grants Program Location: Ballroom I-V

12:00 until 1:00 pm

LUNCH BREAK

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Monday Afternoon, 29 October 2007, Concurrent Sessions Registration: Location: South/West Foyer Preplant Session I: Submitted Papers Loc: Ballroom I-IV Postharvest Session I: Submitted Papers Loc: Ballroom V Emission Measurement and Reduction Maximizing Efficiency of Alternatives Use Moderator: Joe Noling Moderator: Bob William 1:00-1:20 Yates, Scott R. (1) Simple methods to Evaluate New 1:00-1:20 Maier, Dirk (78) Application Aspects of Improving Structural Emission Reduction Methods Fumigation 1:20-1:40 Ashworth, Daniel J. (2) Laboratory Measurements of 1:20-1:40 Reichmuth, Christoph (79) Safer and More Efficient Use of Fumigant Emissions from Agricultural Soils Fumigants to Reduce the Dosage 1:40-2:00 Wang, D. (3) Estimating Plastic Film Permeability Under 1:40-2:00 Maier, Dirk (80) Biosensing Approach for Quantifying Field Conditions Fumigation efficiency & Reduced MeBr Use (Contact Dirk) 2:00-2:20 Ajwa, Husein (4) Plastic Film Permeability to Fumigants 2:00-2:20 Glennon, Dennis (81) Automated Web-Based Infrared 2:20-2:40 Qin, Ruijun (5) Effect of Soil Moisture on Emissions and Monitor for ISWPM-15 & Quarantine Fumigation Distributions of Fumigants in Columns 2:20-2:40 Mattner, Scott (82) Disinfestation of Expanded-Polystyrene 2:40-3:00 Ajwa, Husein (6) Fumigant Emission Reductions by Using Seedling Trays in the Australian Tobacco Industry Low Permeability Film and Thiosulfate Water Seal 2:40-3:00 Discussion Session 3:00-3:10 Discussion Session 3:00 pm – 3:30 pm Break Location: Ballroom VI-VIII Preplant Session II: Submitted Papers Loc: Ballroom I-IV Postharvest Session II: Submitted Papers Loc: Ballroom V Area-Wide Pest Management Project – Pacific Region Component (1) Unique Alternatives and Emissions Control Moderator: Sally Schneider Moderator: Jim Leesch 3:30-3:40 Schneider, Sally Introduction to the Area-Wide Pest 3:30-3:50 Johnson, Judy (83) Effect of Product Moisture on Efficacy of Management Program on Methyl Bromide Alternatives Vacuum Treatments for Tree Nuts 3:40-4:00 Fennimore, S. (7) Facilitating Adoption of Alternatives to 3:50-4:10 Liu, Yong-Biao (84) Ultralow Oxygen Treatment for Methyl Bromide in California Strawberries Postharvest Control of Western Flower Thrips on Head 4:00-4:20 Browne, Greg (8) Integrated Pre-Plant Alternatives to Methyl Lettuce Bromide for Almonds and Other Stone Fruits 4:10-4:30 Winegar, Eric (85) Modeling and Measurement of Methyl 4:20-4:40 Upadhaya, Shrini K (9) Tree Planting Site-Specific Fumigant Bromide Emissions at Food Processing Application to Control Almond Replant Disease 4:30-4:50 Joyce, Peter (86) Methyl Bromide Scrubber System for Large 4:40-5:00 Kluepfel, Daniel (10) Methyl Bromide Alternatives for use in Quarantine & Pre-Shipment Applications Walnut Production Systems 4:50-5:10 Brash, Ken (87) Fumigation Recapture (Video) Contact Ken 5:00-5:20 Wang, D. (11) Methyl Bromide Alternatives for Vineyard 5:10-5:20 Discussion Session Replant: Assessment of Control Efficacy, Fumigant Movement and Crop Response 5:20-5:40 Gerik, Jim (12) Pacific Area Wide MB Alternatives Program for Cut Flower and Bulb Crops 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm POSTER SESSION Moderator: Larry Zettler Location: Ballroom VI-VIII 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm RECEPTION Location: Ballroom VI-VIII

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Tuesday Morning, 30 October 2007, Concurrent Sessions 7:00 am Registration: Location: South/West Foyer 7:00 am Coffee: Location: Ballroom VI-VIII Preplant Session III: Submitted Papers Loc: Ballroom I-IV Postharvest Session III: Submitted Papers Loc: Ballroom V Area-Wide Pest Management Project – Pacific Region Component (2) EPA Determination of Structural Fumigation Emission Profiles Moderator: Greg Browne Moderator: Jeff Dawson/Steven Weiss 8:00-8:20 Hanson, B. D. (13) Efficacy and 1,3-D Emissions with 8:00-8:10 Jeff Dawson/Steven Weiss (88) EPA Overview Approved Nursery Stock Certification Treatments Applied 8:10-9:00 Research Panel Presentations with Two Shank Designs Eric Winegar 8:20-8:40 Pinkerton, John N. (14) Methyl Bromide Alternatives for Red Suresh Prabhakaran Raspberry and Forestry Nurseries Dirk Maier 8:40-9:00 Stoddard, C. S. (15) Methyl Bromide Fumigation Alternatives Michael Kaae for Sweetpotato Hotbeds in California Richard Reiss 9:00-9:20 Ajwa, Husein A. (16) Testing Film Permeability to Fumigants 9:00-10:00 Open Discussion Under Laboratory and Field Conditions 9:20-9:40 Yates, Scott R. (17) Film Permeability Measurements in support of USDA-ARS Area-Wide Research 9:40-10:00 Discussion Session 10:00-10:30 POSTER SESSION Moderator: Larry Zettler 10:00 am – 10:30 am Break Location: Ballroom VI-VIII Preplant Session IV: Submitted Papers Loc: Ballroom I-IV Postharvest Session IV: Submitted Papers Loc: Ballroom V Area-Wide Pest Management Project – South Atlantic Region Component Global Use Alternative Fumigants Moderator: Chellemi, Dan Moderator: Bill Chism 10:30-10:50 Chellemi, Dan O. (18) Factors Affecting the Performance of 10:30-10:50 Williamson, Peter (89) Profume® in Australia MB Alternatives – A South Atlantic Perspective 10:50-11:10 Prabhakaran, Suresh (90) Global Status and Adoption of 10:50-11:10 Chellemi, Dan O. (19) MB Alternatives Area-Wide Pest Profume® Gas Fumigant Management Project – South Atlantic Progress Report 11:10-11:30 Hosoda, Ed (91) Cylinderized Phosphine: Sustainable 11:10-11:30 Culpepper, A. S. (20) Can Georgia Growers Replace Methyl Alternatives for Stored Product Protection bromide 11:30-11:50 St. Pierre, Martin (92) Ecofume® Phosphine Fumigants: A 11:30-11:50 Quicke, Marie (21) Area-Wide Demonstration Of Technical and Economically Viable Alternative to Methyl Alternatives: Forest Nurseries in the Southern US Bromide in Structural Fumigation 11:50-12:10 Louws, Frank (22) On-Farm Research to Implement MB 11:50-12:10 Maier, Dirk (93) Ozonation as Non-Chemical Stored Product Alternatives: An Area-Wide Initiative Protection Technology 12:10-12:15 Discussion Session 12:10-12:20 Discussion Session 12:00 until 1:00 pm LUNCH BREAK

Lunch Break: Michelle Marcotte - Information Round Table Meeting on MB Issues for Developing Countries V-3

Tuesday Afternoon, 30 October 2007, Concurrent Sessions Preplant Session V: Submitted Papers Loc: Ballroom I-IV Postharvest Session V: Submitted Papers Loc: Ballroom V New Products Performance Evaluation Sulfuryl Fluoride as an Alternative Moderator: Steve Fennimore Moderator: Judy Johnson 1:00-1:20 Arnold, Frank (23) Measuring New Fumigants with 1:00-1:20 Williams, R. E. (94) ProFume® Gas Fumigant as an Draeger-Tubes® Alternative to Methyl Bromide for Chamber Fumigation of 1:20-1:40 Welker, Rob (24) DMDS and Acrolein Studies in Strawberry Dates and Tomato Production Systems 1:20-1:40 Schilling, M. W. (95) Sulfuryl Fluoride Fumigation Effect on 1:40-2:00 Ajwa, Husein (25) Evaluation of Acrolein for Strawberry the Composition of Dry Cured Ham Slices Production 1:40-2:00 Bookout, Anne (96) Update on Commercial Use of 2:00-2:20 Ajwa, Husein (26) Acrolein as Potential Alternative to ProFume® on Stored Cocoa Methyl bromide in California Grown Calla Lilies 2:00-2:20 Hosoda, Ed (97) California ProFume™ Update 2:20-2:40 Simmons, L. J. (27) The Effects of Acrolein on the 2:20-2:40 Phillips, Thomas W. (98) Sulfuryl Fluoride for Post Harvest Microbiology and Key Biochemical Activities of the Soil Fumigation of Arthropod Pests in Agricultural Products 2:40-3:00 Belcher, Jason (28) Tomato and Nutsedge Response to 2:40-3:00 Muhareb, Jeannette (132) Evaluation of Combining Sulfuryl Acrolein and Herbicides Applied Preplant Fluoride, Propylene Oxide & CO2 for Stored Product Insects 3:00-3:15 Discussion Session 3:00 pm – 3:30 pm Break Location: Ballroom VI-VIII

Preplant Session VI: Submitted Papers Loc: Ballroom I-IV Postharvest Session VI: Submitted Papers Loc: Ballroom V EPA Fumigant Review – Emission Determination of Soil Fumigation Traditional Fumigants and Aerosols Emission Reduction Factors Moderator: Christoph Reichmuth 3:30-3:50 Griffith, Tom (99) Propylene Oxide, Registered Fumigant, a Moderator Jeff Dawson/Charles Smith 3:30-3:40 Jeff Dawson/Charles Smith (29) EPA Overview Safe Insecticide 3:40-4:30 Research Panel Discussion 3:50-4:10 Kumar, Pratima (100) Significance of Ethyl Formate in Dan Chellemi, USDA, ARS, Ft. Pierce, Fl Controlling the Fungal Growth in Stored Grains (cancelled) Dong Wang, USDA, ARS, Parlier, California 4:10-4:30 Arthur, Frank (101) Residual Efficacy of Aerosol Scott Yates, USDA, ARS, Riverside, California Insecticides Hussein Ajwa, University of California, Davis 4:30-4:50 Campbell, James F. (102) Evaluation of Treatments as Bruce Houtman, DOW Agrosciences, LLC Methyl Bromide Alternatives for Structural Fumigations 4:50-5:10 Gragasin, MA (103) Insecticidal Activities of Essential Oil 4:30-5:30 Open Discussion from Piper betle Linn Against Storage Insect Pests 6:30-8:30 Pacific Area-wide Project meeting 5:10-5:30 Discussion Session

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Wednesday Morning, 31 October 2007, Concurrent Sessions 7:00 am Registration: Location: South/West Foyer 7:00 am Coffee: Location: Ballroom VI-VIII Preplant Session VII: Submitted Papers Loc: Ballroom I-IV Preplant Session VIII: Submitted Papers Loc: Ballroom V Methyl Iodide and Other New Fumigant Alternatives Cultural Control Moderator: Frank Louws Moderator: Nancy Burelle 8:00-8:20 Ajwa, Husein (30) Efficacy of Drip and Shank Applied 8:00-8:20 Westerdahl, B. B. (36) Cultural Methods for Managing Midas for Strawberry Production Nematodes on Annual Crops in California 8:20-8:40 Poling, Barclay (31) Synopsis of Strawberry Plasticulture 8:20-8:40 Seyb, Alison (37) Overwinter Cover Crops and Root-Knot Research with Iodomethane in North Carolina Since the Year Nematode Populations in Watermelon Fields (poster) 2000 8:40-9:00 Hewlett, T. E. (38) Efficacy of In-Vitro Pasteuria spp. 8:40-9:00 Olson, Stephen M. (32) Efficacy of Midas® (50/50) as a Soil Parasitizing Two Nematode Species Fumigant for Tomato Production 9:00-9:20 Dickson, D. W. (39) Efficacy of the MI Gene in Tomato 9:00-9:20 Bernal, R. F. (33) Effect of Midas (Chloropicrin 62%, Against Root-Knot Nematode in Florida Methyl Iodide 33%) On the control of Meloidogyne incognita 9:20-9:40 Muramoto, Joji (40) Optimizing Anaerobic Soil (Chitwood) Kofoid and White In Greenhouses of Salto Disinfestation: An Alternative to Methyl Bromide? Uruguay 9:40-10:00 McSorley, Robert (41) Similarities and Differences in Flower 9:20-9:40 Wells, Sheryl (34) Granular Forms of Na and K Azides and Vegetable Production in Florida Applied to Established Turf 10:00-10:15 Discussion Session 9:40-10:00 Walker, Robert H. (35) Replacements for Methyl Bromide in a Centipedegrass-Based Sod Rotation System 10:00-10:15 Discussion Session 10:00 am – 10:30 am Break Location: Ballroom VI-VIII Session: Preplant Session IX: Submitted Papers Loc: Ballroom I-IV Preplant Session X: Submitted Papers Loc: Ballroom V Emission Reduction and Buffer Zones Cut Flowers and Crop Production Alternatives Moderator: Scott Yates Moderator: Rob Welker 10:30-10:50 Gao, Suduan (42) Field Tests on Emission Reduction 10:30-10:50 Ajwa, Husein (47) Shank and Drip Applied Soil Fumigants Methods from Telone C-35 Application as Potential Alternative to Methyl Bromide In California10:50-11:10 Hanson, B. D. (43) Effects of Surface Seals on Pest Control Grown Cut Flowers Efficacy with 1,3-Dichloropropene/Chloropicrin 10:50-11:10 Yilmaz, S. (48) Alternatives to Methyl Bromide For Cut 11:10-11:30 Sullivan, David A. (44) Concurrent Comparison of Metam Flowers in Turkey Sodium Applied by Chemigation and Shank Injection 11:10-11:30 Vencat, Shiva (49) Verdivap Airstream 11:30-11:50 Noling, J. W. (45) Potential Impacts of Buffer Zones on 11:30-11:50 McKenry, M. V. (50) Replanting Vineyards Without Soil Florida Strawberry Fumigation 11:50-12:10 Sullivan, David A. (46) Status Update: Buffer Zones for 11:50-12:10 Cortwright, Brian (51) Managing Melon Soilborne Diseases Agricultural Fumigants in Michigan with MBR Alternatives 12:10-12:20 Discussion Session 12:10-12:20 Discussion Session 12:00 until 1:00 pm LUNCH BREAK

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Wednesday Afternoon, 31 October 2007, Concurrent Sessions Registration: Location: South/West Foyer Preplant Session XI: Submitted Papers Loc: Ballroom I-IV Preplant Session XII: Submitted Papers Loc: Ballroom V Crop Production and Fumigant Efficacy Enhancement Grafting and Other International Alternatives Moderator: Stanley Culpepper Moderator: Erin Rosskopf 1:00-1:20 Noling, J. W. (52) Grower Field Demonstration Trialing of 1:00-1:20 Besri, Mohamed (59) Economical Aspects of Grafting Tomato Methyl Bromide Alternatives in Florida Strawberry in Some Mediterranean Countries 1:20-1:40 Daugovish, Oleg (53) Control of Difficult Weeds in 1:20-1:40 Yilmaz, S. (60) Grafting as an Alternative to MB in Vegetable Strawberry Production in Non-Fumigated Areas Production in Turkey 1:40-2:00 Fennimore, Steven, A. (54) Effect of Irrigation Activation 1:40-2:00 Louws, Frank (61) Disease Management and Crop on Weed Control in Strawberry with Oxyflourfen Productivity Utilizing Grafted Tomatoes 2:00-2:20 Thomas, J. E. (55) A 2-Year Study of Wavelength Selective 2:00-2:20 Besri, Mohamed (62) Current Situation of Tomato Grafting as Plastic Mulches in Florida Tomato Production Alternative to Methyl Bromide for Tomato Production in 2:20-2:40 Candole, Byron (56) Effects of Vapam Application on Morocco Methyl Isothiocynate Distribution and Efficacy in Raised 2:20-2:40 López-Aranda, J. M. (63) Strawberry Nurseries in Spain: Plastic-Mulched Soil Beds (Cancelled) Alternatives to MB, 2006 Results 2:40-3:00 Vaculin, Paul (57) Effect of Application Timing of Drip 2:40-3:00 López-Aranda, J. M. (64) Strawberry Production in Spain: Applied K-Pam® Following Chloropicrin Alternatives to MB, 2007 Results 3:00-3:20 Noling, J. W. (58) Indirect Measures of Strawberry Yield 3:00-3:20 Porter, Ian (65) Trends of Adoption of Alternatives Based on Plant Size Distribution and Fruit Stem Counts 3:00-3:15 Discussion Session 3:20-3:30 Discussion Session 3:15 pm – 3:45 pm Break Location: Ballroom VI-VIII Session: Preplant Session XIII: Submitted Papers Loc: Ballroom I-IV EPA Fumigant Review – EPA Determination of Field-Scale Soil Fumigant Emission Profiles Moderator: Jeff Dawson/Charles Smith 3:45-3:55 Jeff Dawson/Charles Smith (66) EPA Overview 3:55-4:30 Research Panel Discussion David Sullivan, Sullivan Environmental Consulting, Inc. Richard Reiss, Exponent, Inc. Randy Segawa, California Dept. Of Pesticide Regulation Stanley Culpepper, University of Georgia 4:30-5:30 Open Discussion 7:00-10:00 Session VI & Session XIII, Continuation of Discussions (If Needed) 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm RECEPTION Location: Ballroom VI-VIII

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Thursday Morning, 1 November 2007, Concurrent Sessions 7:00 am Registration: 7:00 am Coffee: Preplant Session XIV: Submitted Papers Loc: Ballroom I-IV Dimethyl Disulfide and Strawberry Nurseries Moderator: Dan LeGard 8:00-8:20 Robinson, P. W. (67) Paladin™ (dimethyl disulfide) Experimental Use Permit Progress Report 8:20-8:40 Olson, Stephen M. (68) Efficacy of Paladin™ (dimethyl disulfide, DMDS) as a Soil Fumigant for Tomato and Cantaloupe Production 8:40-9:00 McKown, C. (69) Paladin™ -- Dimethyl Disulfide As a Replacement Soil Fumigant for Methyl Bromide 9:00-9:20 Robinson, P. W. (70) Paladin™ (DMDS) Soil Fumigant Efficacy Summary Update 9:20-9:40 Becker, J. O. (71) Methyl Bromide Replacement Challenges: Impression from Japan 9:40-10:00 Larson, Kirk (72) Strawberry Nurseries: Mebr Alternatives 10:00-10:15 Discussion Session 10:00 am – 10:30 am Preplant Session XV: Submitted Papers Loc: Ballroom I-IV New Chemicals 2: Ethanol, Azides, Propylene Oxide and Agri-Terra Moderator: Mike McKenry 10:30-10:50 McGawley, Edward, C. (73) Management of Nematode Parasites of Major Crops in Louisana with Agri-Terra 10:50-11:10 Kobara, Yuso (74) Possibility of the New Soil Fumigation Technique with Ethanol Solution 11:10-11:30 Uematsu, Seiji (75) Ethyl Alcohol as a Promising Material of Reductive Soil Disinfestation for Controlling Root Knot Nematode and Soilborne Plant Diseases 11:30-11:50 Warren, Morris (76) Propylene Oxide: The most Complete MB Replacement 11:50-12:10 Mann, Ross (77) Iodomethane Offers Opportunities for Methyl Bromide Phase out and Soil Disinfestation in Australia 12:10-12:20 Discussion Session The End – Hope to see you next year in Orlando, Florida! Break

Location: South/West Foyer Location: Ballroom VI-VIII

Location: Ballroom VI-VIII

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POSTER PRESENTATIONS
Moderator: Larry Zettler PREPLANT: Arnold, Frank (104) Qin, Ruijun (105) Rosskopf, Erin (106) Rosskopf, Erin (107) Rosskopf, Erin (108) Gilbert, Celeste (109) Wells, Sheryl (110) Lakshman, Dilip (111) Bausher, Michael (112) Becker, Ole (113) Kobara, Yuso (114) Lee, Byung-Ho (115) Lee, Byung-Ho (116) Belcher, Jason (117) Koralis-Burelle, Nancy (118) Gerik, James (119) Warren, Morris (120) Prabhakaran, Suresh (121) Mann, Ross (122) Mann, Ross (123) Mattner, Scott (124) Mattner, Scott (125) Bogoescu, Marian (126) POSTHARVEST: Joyce, Peter (127) Liu, Yong-Biao (128) Park, Min-Goo (129) Sung, Bo-Kyung (130) Tubajika, K. M. (131) Maier, Dirk (133) Maier, Dirk (134) Maier, Dirk (135) Maier, Dirk (136) Maier, Dirk (137) Methyl Bromide Scrubber System for Large Quarantine & Pre-Shipment Applications Fumigation with Phosphine for Postharvest Insect Control on Lettuce and Broccoli The Efficacy of Ethanedinitrile to Control Wood Related Insect Pests Efficacy of Ethyl Formate as a Quarantine Fumigant for the Control of Pests in Fruits Methyl Iodide and Sulfuryl Fluoride as Quarantine Treatments for Solid Wood Packing Material Simulating the Effect of Weather Conditions on Structural Fumigation Investigation of Gas Distribution Due to Circulation Fans in Structural Fumigation Heat Treatment of Empty Storage Bins for Control of Insects and Molds Organic Stored Production Pest Treatment Using Nitrogen During Shipment Determination of Ozone Half-Life within a Closed Cylinder Detection Tubes for New Fumigants Plastic Films on Controlling Chloropicrin Emissions in a Strawberry Field Trial Reduced Rates and Alternatives to Methyl Bromide for Snapdragon Production in Florida Ethanedinitrile for Control of Weeds and Nematodes Important in Florida In Vitro Inhibition of Soilborne Fungi by “SPK”, a Novel Pesticide Solarization and Steam Heat for Soil Disinfestation in Flower and Strawberry Leaching of Na and K Azide from Granules Applied to Established Turf Biological Alternatives to Methyl Bromide in Plant Disease Control Evaluation of Rootstocks for Management of Meloidogyne incognita on Grafted Bell Pepper Bioassay for Root-Knot Nematode-Inhibiting Activity in Soil Possibility of the New Soil Fumigation Technique with Ethanol Solution Efficacy of Ethanedinitrile to Control Root Knot Nematodes in Yellow Melon Cultivation Practical Application of Ethanedinitrile to Control Infested Pine Wilt Disease and Its Vector Effect of Acrolein Concentration Applied Preplant on Tomato and Bell Pepper Multiguard® : Effects on Nematode Populations and Galling on Tomato and Pepper Application of Chemicals In-Season to Augment Preplant Fumigation Preplant Results to Date XRM-3162: A New Preplant Soil Fumigant as an Alternative to Methyl Bromide Drip Fumigation of Iodomethane in the Australian Protected Horticulture Industry Bioprospecting for Endophytes with Mycofumigant Potential from Australian Native Flora Isolation of Plant-Growth Promoting Bacteria from Fumigated Soils Integrated Disinfestation of EPS-Trays Using Washing Practices and Solarization Results of Methyl Bromide Alternatives on Tomatoes in Romania

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Emekci, Mevlut (138) Ferizli, Guray (139) Hou, Xingwei (140) Hou, Xingwei (141)

Laboratory Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Heat Treatment Against the Dried Fruit Beetle The Effectiveness of Spinosad Against Granary Weevil, Sitophilus granarius at Laboratory Conditions Optimizing and Gauging Heat Treatment Effectiveness in Food-Processing Facilities Pheromone Monitoring of Red Flour Beetle Populations in Mills to Evaluate Fumigation Effectiveness

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