What is Pierce's Disease?
Pierce’s Disease is a bacterial infection, which is spread by bugs that feed on grapevines, particularly the "glassy winged sharpshooter." Grapevines that become infected with PD can quickly become sick and die.
|Published Date||Title||Publication||Author List|
|Oct. 1, 2008||Olfactory responses of the egg parasitoid, gonatocerus ashmeadi girault (hymenoptera : mymaridae), to host plants infested by homalodisca vitripennis (germar) (hemiptera : cicadellidae)||Biological control||Krugner, R; Johnson, MW; Daane, KM; Morse, JG;|
|Feb. 17, 2010||Influences of temperature on homalodisca vitripennis (hemiptera: cicadellidae) survival under various feeding conditions||Environmental entomology||Son, Y; Groves, RL; Daane, KM; Morgan, DJW; Johnson, MW;|
|Aug. 1, 2010||Estimation of feeding threshold for homalodisca vitripennis (hemiptera: cicadellidae) and its application to prediction of overwintering mortality||Environmental entomology||Son, Y; Groves, RL; Daane, KM; Morgan, DJW; Krugner, R; Johnson, MW;|
|Aug. 1, 2010||Distribution of glassy-winged sharpshooter and threecornered alfalfa hopper on plant hosts in the san joaquin valley, california||Journal of economic entomology||Wistrom, C; Sisterson, MS; Pryor, MP; Hashim-Buckey, JM; Daane, KM;|
|July 1, 2010||Epidemiology of diseases caused by xylella fastidiosa in california: evaluation of alfalfa as a source of vectors and inocula||Plant disease||Sisterson, MS; Thammiraju, SR; Lynn-Patterson, K; Groves, RL; Daane, KM;|