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Group Title: Caterpillar control on cabbage.
Title: Caterpillar control on cabbage. Spring 1983
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Title: Caterpillar control on cabbage. Spring 1983
Series Title: Caterpillar control on cabbage.
Translated Title: Research Report - University of Florida Central Florida Research and Education Center ; 85-8 ( English )
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Language: English
Creator: Leibee, Gary L.
Publisher: University of Florida, Central Florida Research and Education Center
Publication Date: 1984
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Volume ID: VID00002
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Research Report SAN 85-8 September 1984

CATERPILLAR CONTROL ON CABBAGE, SPRING, 1983

G. L. Leibee


Cabbage was transplanted March 9 into Myakka fine sand on the University
of Floi da's Agricultural Research and Education Center Sanford. A plot
consisted of one 30' row with 12" plant spacing. Each plot row was separated
by 2 uiplanted rows; row spacing was 30". Nemacur 15G 2 lbs a.i. per acre
was aP ped pretransplant in a 15" band for nematode control. Treatments
were rplicated in 5 randomized complete blocks separated by 25' weed-free
alleys Sprays were applied with a C02 pressurized sprayer mounted on an
Allis- alrs model G tractor. Three nozzles were ited per row; one
overhead (TX24) and one drop (TX12) on each side. The delivery rate was
50 gpa th a boom pressure of about 50 psi and a speed of 3 mph. Sprays
were app ed April 26, May 5, 12, 20, and 26. Ten plants were rated for
damage the head and first 4 wrapper leaves in each plot on June 1
using a le of 1-6 as in Greene et al., Journal of Economic Entomology,
62(4):79 800, The percentage of heads that were marketable was based on
the frequ cy of heads with damage ratings of 3 or less. The number of
cabbage l' per and diamondback moth larvae per plant was determined on
May 18 an ,May 23 by examining 5 consecutive plants in the middle of each
plot.

Insect pressure was considered heavy. Based on the damage ratings
and percent marketability, Ammo 2.5EC, Payoff 2.5EC, Pydrin 2.4EC, Pounce
3.2EC, Orthne 75SP, and Larvin 80DF were the most effective. No significant
(P > .05) ite responses occurred, where applicable. Larvin 3.2F performed
significantly (P < .05) better than Larvin 80DF. No phytotoxicity was
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