Spatial Characterization of Corn Rootworm Populations in Continuous and Rotated Corn
Spatial variability in adult emergence for northern and western corn rootworms, Diabrotica spp., was characterized by grid sampling in rotated and continuous corn. Knowledge of the spatial distribution of rootworm populations should have application to precision farming for reduced pesticide inputs, provided that spatial variation of rootworm populations can be economically and reliably determined.
DOI of Published Version
Ellsbury, M. M.; Woodson, W. D.; Clay, S. A.; and Carlson, C. G., "Spatial Characterization of Corn Rootworm Populations in Continuous and Rotated Corn" (1996). Agronomy, Horticulture and Plant Science Faculty Publications. 237.