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      Identification and risk assessment of spinosad resistance in a California population of Drosophila suzukii

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      Pest Management Science

      Wiley

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            Drosophila suzukii (Diptera: Drosophilidae): Invasive Pest of Ripening Soft Fruit Expanding its Geographic Range and Damage Potential

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              Spotted wing drosophila infestation of California strawberries and raspberries: economic analysis of potential revenue losses and control costs.

              Economic costs of spotted wing drosophila (SWD) include yield and associated revenue losses, labor and material costs for monitoring and management and revenue losses due to the closure of export markets should fruit from SWD-infested regions be banned by trading partners. This analysis focuses on two types of loss in the California raspberry and strawberry industries: yield losses in the absence of management, and insecticide material costs on a per treatment basis. It computes the cost of a specific management program for raspberries in California's Central Coast region. Insecticide material and application costs per treatment and the cost of the management program are small relative to the yield losses in the absence of management that are observed by growers, researchers and others in initial infestations. It is difficult to evaluate precisely the share of pest management program costs due to SWD because insecticides are sometimes used to manage multiple pests, and because labor-intensive field sanitation efforts to control SWD are recommended practices already. Given these considerations, this analysis finds that the benefits to SWD management well outweigh the costs examined here. Evaluating the efficacy of managing SWD is essential in assessing the risks that SWD poses and the benefits of pest management programs. Copyright © 2011 Society of Chemical Industry.
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                Journal
                Pest Management Science
                Pest. Manag. Sci
                Wiley
                1526-498X
                1526-4998
                April 04 2019
                May 2019
                December 04 2018
                May 2019
                : 75
                : 5
                : 1270-1276
                Affiliations
                [1 ]Department of Entomology & NematologyUniversity of California Davis California USA
                Article
                10.1002/ps.5240
                © 2019

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