Resources by Curt Laub
|Compact Soil Sampling Strategy for White Grubs||
Annual white grubs (WG) are early-season pests attacking corn seeds and seedlings
|Jun 30, 2011||2802-7027|
|Japanese Beetle Pest Management in Primocane-Bearing Raspberries||Sep 15, 2009||2909-1411|
|Bluegrass Billbug Pest Management in Orchardgrass||Jul 1, 2010||444-040|
|Hunting Billbug Pest Management in Orchardgrass||Jul 1, 2010||444-041|
|Japanese Beetle in Field Corn||May 1, 2009||444-106|
|Asiatic Garden Beetle in Field Corn||May 1, 2009||444-108|
|Slugs in Field Corn||May 1, 2009||444-109|
|Using Pitfall Traps to Monitor Insect Activity||May 1, 2009||444-416|
|IMPACT: Virginia Potato Disease Advisory Impact||
Potatoes are a major food crop on the Eastern Shore of Virginia, with average annual cash receipts of $14 million (2011-13).
|Nov 13, 2014||ANR-105P|
|IMPACT: Virginia Winter Fruit School Impact||
Tree fruits are important to the agricultural economy in Virginia. The commonwealth ranks sixth in the nation in apple production, with a crop valued at more than $68 million, and 20th in peach production, with a crop valued at $4.5 million. Although smaller in acreage, cherries, pears, and plums also play an important role in some areas of Virginia. These fruit crops are susceptible to an everchanging array of insects, plant diseases, and weeds, and pest management programs are complex and knowledge-intensive.
|May 13, 2015||AREC-135NP|
|Sugarcane beetle in corn||Jun 28, 2012||ENTO-13NP|
|Evaluation of the Residual Efficacy of Commercial Slug Baits||
Slugs are prevalent pests in no-till and reduced-till crop systems in Virginia. These slimy mollusks utilize plant residue to hide during the day, and at night, they feed on numerous crops causing irregular feeding holes and shredded leaves. Slugs cause the most damage during early plant growth.
|Jan 29, 2016||ENTO-178NP|
|Virginia turfgrass insect management survey||Jul 28, 2016||ENTO-219NP|
|Economic Pests of Turfgrass||Jan 31, 2018||ENTO-237NP|