2004 National Allium Research Conference

2004 National Allium Research Conference

Geospatial Relationships of Iris Yellow Spot Virus and Thrips to Onion Production in Colorado. Scott M. Fichtner, David H. Gent, Howard F. Schwartz, Whitney C, Cranshaw, Linda Mahaffey, and Raj Khosla. Dept. of Bioagricultural Sciences & Pest Management, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO 80523-1177 

Iris Yellow Spot Virus Introductory Presentations

  • Rick Watson, Onion Seed Industry Perspective
  • R. T. Sakata, Onion Bulb Industry Perspective

A One Year Study on the Effectiveness of Oxamyl (Vydate L) to Control Thrips in Onions when Injected into a Drip Irrigation System. Lynn Jensen, Malheur County Extension Office, and Eric Feibert, Clint Shock and LaMonte Saunders Malheur Experiment Station, Oregon State University, Ontario, OR, 2004

Integrated Management of Iris Yellow Spot Virus in Onion. H. F. Schwartz and D. H. Gent. Dept. of Bioagricultural Sciences and Pest Management, Colorado State Univ., Fort Collins, CO 80523-1177

The Effects of soft insecticides on thrips populations in red onions. L. B. Jensen. Malheur County Extension Office, 710 S.W. 5th Ave., Ontario, OR 97914

IYSV Challenges to the Onion Bulb Industry in Colorado. David Gent and Howard Schwartz, Colorado State University

IYSV Challenges to the Seed Industry in Washington. L.J. du Toit, G.Q. Pelter, and H.R. Pappu, Washington State University

IYSV Symptoms and Etiology: Observations since 1989. Krishna Mohan, University of Idaho, Parma, ID

Managing Thrips in Western Colorado Onions. Bob Hammon, Agronomy/Entomology Area Agent, Colorado State University Cooperative Extension, Grand Junction, CO 81503