Mortality responses of the brownheaded and blacklyre leafrollers to controlled atmosphere and air cold storage treatments for kiwifruit

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  • D.C. Whiting
  • L.E. Jamieson
  • P.G. Connolly

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https://doi.org/10.30843/nzpp.2000.53.3610

Abstract

The mortality responses of the brownheaded leafroller (Ctenopseustis obliquana) and the blacklyre leafroller (Cnephasia jactatana) to controlled atmosphere cold storage (CACS) and air cold storage (CS) treatments for kiwifruit were investigated CACS (2 O2 5 CO2 at 0C) killed both leafrollers faster than CS (at 0C) The brownheaded leafroller was more tolerant of both storage treatments than the blacklyre leafroller Third and 5th instars were generally more tolerant of storage treatments than 1st instars which in turn outlived eggs This work predicts both brownheaded and blacklyre leafrollers should be completely controlled by 4 weeks CACS or 9 weeks CS

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2000-08-01

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Whiting, D., Jamieson, L., & Connolly, P. (2000). Mortality responses of the brownheaded and blacklyre leafrollers to controlled atmosphere and air cold storage treatments for kiwifruit. New Zealand Plant Protection, 53, 365-370. https://doi.org/10.30843/nzpp.2000.53.3610

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