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Burks et al.
CS Burks, BS Higbee
1832008
Unusual pheromone chemistry in the navel orangeworm: novel sex attractants and a behavioral antagonist
WS Leal, AL Parra-Pedrazzoli, KE Kaissling, TI Morgan, FG Zalom, ...
Naturwissenschaften 92 (3), 139-146, 2005
932005
New navel orangeworm sanitation standards could reduce almond damage
B Higbee, J Siegel
California agriculture 63 (1), 24-28, 2009
562009
Effects of mating disruption treatments on navel orangeworm (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) sexual communication and damage in almonds and pistachios
BS Higbee, CS Burks
Journal of Economic Entomology 101 (5), 1633-1642, 2008
562008
Overwintering of codling moth (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae) larvae in apple harvest bins and subsequent moth emergence
BS Higbee, CO Calkins, CA Temple
Journal of Economic Entomology 94 (6), 1511-1517, 2001
542001
Hull split and damaged almond volatiles attract male and female navel orangeworm moths
JJ Beck, BS Higbee, DM Light, WS Gee, GB Merrill, JM Hayashi
Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 60 (33), 8090-8096, 2012
452012
Hull split and damaged almond volatiles attract male and female navel orangeworm moths
JJ Beck, BS Higbee, DM Light, WS Gee, GB Merrill, JM Hayashi
Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 60 (33), 8090-8096, 2012
452012
Seasonality of Mating and Ovarian Development Overwintering Cacopsylla pyricola (Homoptera: Psyllidae)
JL Krysan, BS Higbee
Environmental Entomology 19 (3), 544-550, 1990
451990
Comparison of volatile emissions from undamaged and mechanically damaged almonds
JJ Beck, BS Higbee, GB Merrill, JN Roitman
Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 88 (8), 1363-1368, 2008
412008
In situ seasonal study of the volatile production of almonds (Prunus dulcis) var.‘Nonpareil’and relationship to navel orangeworm
JJ Beck, GB Merrill, BS Higbee, DM Light, WS Gee
Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 57 (9), 3749-3753, 2009
392009
Mechanism of Resistance Acquisition and Potential Associated Fitness Costs in Amyelois transitella (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) Exposed to Pyrethroid …
M Demkovich, JP Siegel, BS Higbee, MR Berenbaum
Environmental entomology 44 (3), 855-863, 2015
372015
Field efficacy and application timing of methoxyfenozide, a reduced-risk treatment for control of navel orangeworm (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) in almond
BS Higbee, JP Siegel
Journal of economic entomology 105 (5), 1702-1711, 2012
352012
Sampling and pheromone trapping for comparison of abundance of Amyelois transitella in almonds and pistachios
CS Burks, BS Higbee, DG Brandl, BE Mackey
Entomologia experimentalis et applicata 129 (1), 66-76, 2008
322008
Both sexes of the true armyworm (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) trapped with the feeding attractant composed of acetic acid and 3-methyl-1-butanol
PJ Landolt, BS Higbee
Florida Entomologist 85 (1), 182-185, 2002
312002
Use of steinernematid nematodes for post harvest control of navel orangeworm (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae, Amyelois transitella) in fallen pistachios
J Siegel, LA Lacey, R Fritts Jr, BS Higbee, P Noble
Biological Control 30 (2), 410-417, 2004
302004
The plume also rises: trajectories of pheromone plumes issuing from point sources in an orchard canopy at night
RD Girling, BS Higbee, RT Cardé
Journal of chemical ecology 39 (9), 1150-1160, 2013
252013
Spatial characteristics and effects of fall density and weather on overwintering loss of pear psylla (Homoptera: Psyllidae)
DR Horton, BS Higbee, TR Unruh, PH Westigardi
Environmental entomology 21 (6), 1319-1332, 1992
251992
Mating disruption of the navel orangeworm (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) using widely spaced, aerosol dispensers: is the pheromone blend the most efficacious disruptant?
BS Higbee, CS Burks, RT Cardé
Journal of economic entomology 110 (5), 2056-2061, 2017
242017
Management of almond leaf scorch disease: long-term data on yield, tree vitality, and disease progress
MS Sisterson, CA Ledbetter, J Chen, BS Higbee, RL Groves, KM Daane
Plant Disease 96 (7), 1037-1044, 2012
242012
Reduction of egg hatch in pear psylla (Homoptera: Psyllidae) after contact by adults with insect growth regulators
BS Higbee, DR Horton, JL Krysan
Journal of economic entomology 88 (5), 1420-1424, 1995
241995
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