Texas cotton fleahopper model users guide
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Texas cotton fleahopper model users guide version 2, Basic by Albert W. Hartstack

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Published by Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, Texas A&M University System in College Station, Tex .
Written in English


  • Pseudatomoscelis seriatus -- Control -- Texas -- Computer programs.,
  • Cotton -- Diseases and pests -- Control -- Texas -- Computer programs.

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StatementAlbert W. Hartstack and Winfield L. Sterling.
ContributionsSterling, W. L. 1935-, Texas Agricultural Experiment Station.
The Physical Object
Pagination68 p. :
Number of Pages68
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15568923M

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Common Name: Fleahopper Scientific Name: Halticus bractatus(Say) Order: Hemiptera Description: Adult garden fleahoppers are tiny (less than 1/16 inch long) and black with long antennae. Males and the long-winged form of the female resemble tiny tarnished plant bugs. Females of the short-winged form are more globular in shape and have beetle-like forewings . Cotton Book (PDF) Cotton Improvement Conference Graduate Student Oral Presentation Competition Award Winners (JPG) Insects; AG-CARES Annual Report (PDF) Systems Agronomic and Economic Evaluation of Cotton Varieties in the Texas High Plains (PDF) Cotton Book (PDF) Cotton Harvest Aid Guide (PDF). Creontiades Plant Bug - Creontiades nymphs are similar in appearance to cotton fleahopper but are generally larger and have red stippling on their antennae through the 3rd instar. Boll Weevil - Adult boll weevils have long snouts for puncturing squares. no discrimination is intended and no endorsement by Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service is implied. This publication is no substitute for the herbicide product labels. It is intended to serve only as a guide for controlling weeds in cotton. Labeled rates and restrictions change constantly; therefore, consult the product label before Size: KB.

Scientific name: Pseudatomoscelis seriatus (Reuter) (Hemiptera: Miridae) Facts: Cotton fleahopper adults are small yellowish-green bugs about 1/8 inch long with black specks on the upper surface of the body. Their piercing-sucking mouthparts are used to feed on leaves of cotton. Previous Next Back To List. The History of Cotton in Texas Paperback – June 1, by John A. Wilson (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback, June 1, "Please retry" Author: John A. Wilson. Fleahopper nymphs lack the bands on the antennae a few other species of plant bugs have, and have a similar body shape to the adult bug. Fleahopper feeding will cause squares to drop. Plants can recover for and compensate for some square loss, but the threshold for fleahoppers is per plants. While our physical offices are closed until further notice in accordance with Austin's COVID "stay home-work safe" order, the Handbook of Texas will remain available at no-cost for you, your fellow history enthusiasts, and all Texas students currently mandated to study from home. If you have the capacity to help us maintain our online Texas history resources during these .

  Kerry Siders discusses the fundamentals of scouting cotton for fleahoppers on the Texas High Plains and in West Texas. Weed Management in Texas Cotton Joshua McGinty, Ph.D - Assistant Professor and Extension Agronomist, Corpus Christi, TX Emi Kimura, Ph.D. - Assistant Professor and Extension Agronomist, Vernon, TX Paul Baumann, Ph.D. - Professor and State Extension Weed Control Specialist, College Station, TX Pete Dotray, Ph.D. - Professor and Extension Weed Control File Size: 9MB. Texas Continues to Battle Fleahopper. June 1, in Features, For as long as I can remember, dating back to my days as a student at Texas A&M, this is the cotton insect we always scouted. Once you get four or five fruiting sites on the plant, you start to worry about fruit loss from the fleahopper. So, that is one of the things that we.   Cotton fields range from pinhead square to early bloom. Most fields are susceptible to cotton fleahopper damage and the potential for bollworm losses. We are finding cotton fleahoppers in numbers as high as 1 per plant, averaging around per plants. Continue to scout for cotton fleahoppers through the first week of bloom.