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A phenology model of European red mite for timing miticides



A phenology model of European red mite for timing miticides



Proceedings of the New Zealand Weed and Pest Control Conference: 90-93



A phenology model for populations of the tetranychid Panonychus ulmi was developed from a generalised insect phenology model. The inputs required to run the model were maximum and minimum daily temperatures and the proportion of each development stage present on the leaves after hatching of winter eggs.

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