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Summary of Losses from Insect Damage and Costs of Control in Georgia 1995

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R.M. McPherson, Associate Professor of Entomology, The University of Georgia
G.K. Douce, Associate Professor of Entomology, The University of Georgia
D.G. Riley, Assistant Professor of Entomology, The University of Georgia

The Georgia Agricultural Experiment Stations College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences The University of Georgia Special Publication Number 90 October 1996 54 pp.

Contents

List of Subcommittees and Members

Introduction

Acknowledgements

Subcommittee Reports

  1. Apiculture
  2. Apple Insects
  3. Blueberry Insects
  4. Canola Insects
  5. Cotton Insects
  6. Field Corn Insects
  7. Fire Ants
  8. Forest Insects
  9. Grain Sorghum Insects
  10. Grape Insects
  11. Household and Structural Insects
  12. Livestock and Poultry Insects
  13. Ornamental, Lawn, and Turf Insects
  14. Pasture and Forage Insects
  15. Peach Insects
  16. Peanut Insects
  17. Pecan Insects
  18. Public Health and Recreational Area Pests
  19. Small Grain Insects
  20. Soybean Insects
  21. Tobacco Insects
  22. Vegetable Insects
     

Summary of Losses Resulting from Insect Damage and Control Costs in Georgia in 1995 by Commodity or Other Category

List of the 20 Most Damaging Insect Species or Complexes
in Georgia in 1995

Scientific Names or Other Taxonomic Classifications of the Insect Species or Insect Complexes for Which Loss Estimates Were made in Georgia

References

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