Effects of reduced methyl bromide rates and VIF on pest control and nursery stock productivity
Table 1. Fumigant treatments in two field trials near Wasco and Visalia, CA conducted in 2005-08 to evaluate reduced rates of methyl bromide in field-grown perennial crop nursery production.
Table 2. Effects of reduced methyl bromide application rates on pest control and crop productivity in a garden rose field nursery near Wasco, CA in 2005-08.
Table 3. Effects of reduced methyl bromide application rates on pest control and crop productivity in a stonefruit tree field nursery near Visalia, CA in 2006-07.
Final Report: Hanson et al. 2011. Effects of reduced rate methyl bromide applications under conventional and virtually impermeable film in perennial crop field nurseries. Pest Management Science 66:892-899. DOI 10.1002/ps.1959
These projects were reported on at the International Research Conference on Methyl Bromide Alternatives and Emission Reductions (MBAO.org) in 2006 and 2009.