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Z. Lan, H. Scherm, and D.L. Horton
Reduced midseason pesticide program for control of scab and plum curculio in peach
Plant Disease 87 (6), 699-706 (2003)

David I. Shapiro-Ilan, Russell F. Mizell III, Ted E. Cottrell, and Dan L. Horton
Measuring field efficacy of Steinernema feltiae and Steinernema riobrave for suppression of plum curculio, Conotrachelus nenuphar, larvae
Biological Control 30 (2), 496-503 (2004)

Z. Lan, H. Scherm, and D.L. Horton
Temperature-dependent development and prediction of emergence of the summer generation of plum curculio (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) in the southeastern United States
Environmental Entomology 33 (2), 174-181 (2004)

Vanelle F. Carrithers, Cindy Talbott Roché, Dean R. Gaiser, Denise Horton, Celestine L. Duncan, and Peter N. Scherer
Herbicides reduce seed production in reproductive-stage yellow starthistle (Centaurea solstitialis)
Weed Technology 18 (4), 1065-1071 (2004)

R.G. Luttrell, S.Y. Young, W.C. Yearian, and D.L. Horton
Evaluation of Bacillus thuringiensis-spray adjuvant-viral insecticide combinations against Heliothis spp. (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae)
Environmental Entomology 11 (4), 783-787 (1982)

David Jenkins, Ted Cottrell, Dan Horton, Amanda Hodges, and Greg Hodges
Hosts of plum curculio, Conotrachelus nenuphar (Coleoptera: Curculionidae), in central Georgia
Environmental Entomology 35 (1), 48-55 (2006)

J.F. Howell, R.S. Schmidt, D.R. Horton, S.U.K. Khattak, and L.D. White
Codling moth: Male moth activity in response to pheromone lures and pheromone-baited traps at different elevations within and between trees
Environmental Entomology 19 (3), 573-577 (1990)

David A. Jenkins, Russ F. Mizell III, David Shapiro-Ilan, Ted Cottrell, and Dan Horton
Invertebrate predators and parasitoids of plum curculio, Conotrachelus nenuphar (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) in Georgia and Florida
Florida Entomologist 89 (4), 435-440 (2006)

D.L. Horton, G.R. Carner, and S.G. Turnipseed
Pesticide inhibition of the entomogenous fungus Nomuraea rileyi in soybeans
Environmental Entomology 9 (3), 304-308 (1980)

Vanelle F. Carrithers, Dean R. Gaiser, Celestine Duncan, and Denise Horton
Seed germination of yellow starthistle and spotted knapweed after treatment with picloram or clopyralid
Proceedings of the 'The First International Knapweed Symposium of the Twenty-First Century', 15-16 March 2001, Coeur d.Alene, Idaho. L. Smith, (ed.), p. 92-93 (2001)

David I. Shapiro-Ilan, Russell F. Mizell III, Ted E. Cottrell, and Dan L. Horton
Control of plum curculio, Conotrachelus nenuphar, with entomopathogenic nematodes: Effects of application timing, alternate host plant, and nematode strain
Biological Control 44 (2), 207-215 (2008)

T.E. Cottrell, J. Fuest, and D.L. Horton
Influence of Prunus spp., peach cultivars, and bark damage on oviposition choices by the lesser peachtree borer (Lepidoptera: Sesiidae)
Environmental Entomology 37 (6), 1508-1513 (2008)

David I. Shapiro-Ilan, Ted E. Cottrell, Russell F. Mizell III, Dan L. Horton, and Jerry Davis
A novel approach to biological control with entomopathogenic nematodes: Prophylactic control of the peachtree borer, Synanthedon exitiosa
Biological Control 48 (3), 259-263 (2009)

L.A. Lacey, D.R. Horton, D.C. Jones, H.L. Headrick, and L.G. Neven
Efficacy of the biofumigant fungus Muscodor albus (Ascomycota: Xylariales) for control of codling moth (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae) in simulated storage conditions
Journal of Economic Entomology 102 (1), 43-49 (2009)

David I. Shapiro-Ilan, Ted E. Cottrell, Russell F. Mizell III, Dan L. Horton, Robert W. Behle, and Christopher A. Dunlap
Efficacy of Steinernema carpocapsae for control of the lesser peachtree borer, Synanthedon pictipes: Improved aboveground suppression with a novel gel application
Biological Control 54 (1), 23-28 (2010)

Ted E. Cottrell, D.L. Horton, and J. Fuest
Tree height influences flight of lesser peachtree borer and peachtree borer (Lepidoptera: Sesiidae) males
Journal of Insect Behavior 23 (5), 329-339 (2010)

T.E. Cottrell, D.I. Shapiro-Ilan, D.L. Horton, and III, R.F. Mizell
Laboratory virulence and orchard efficacy of entomopathogenic nematodes against the lesser peachtree borer (Lepidoptera: Sesiidae)
Journal of Economic Entomology 104 (1), 47-53 (2011)

T.E. Cottrell, T.G. Beckman, and D.L. Horton
Lesser peachtree borer (Lepidoptera: Sesiidae) oviposition on Prunus germplasm
Environmental Entomology 40 (6), 1465-1470 (2011)

David I. Shapiro-Ilan, Ted E. Cottrell, Russell F. Mizell III, and Dan L. Horton
Curative control of the peachtree borer using entomopathogenic nematodes
Journal of Nematology 48 (3), 170-176 (2016)

Ted E. Cottrell, and Dan L. Horton
Trap capture of brown and dusky stink bugs (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae) as affected by pheromone dosage in dispensers and dispenser source
Journal of Entomological Science 46 (2), 135-147 (2011)

Ted E. Cottrell, and Dan L. Horton
Emergence of root-feeding weevils (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) in Central Georgia peach orchards
Journal of Entomological Science 48 (3), 184-194 (2013)

Sarah Lumley, Luis M. Hernández-Triana, Daniel L. Horton, Maria Del Mar Fernández de Marco, Jolyon M. Medlock, Roger Hewson, Anthony R. Fooks, and Nicholas Johnson
Competence of mosquitoes native to the United Kingdom to support replication and transmission of Rift Valley fever virus
Parasites and Vectors 11 (308) (2018)

Ted E. Cottrell, David I. Shapiro-Ilan, and Dan L. Horton
Laboratory assays against adult and larval sap beetles (Coleoptera: Nitidulidae) using entomopathogenic nematodes, microbial-based insecticides, and synthetic insecticides
Journal of Entomological Science 54 (1), 30-42 (2019)

Ted E. Cottrell, Benjamin L. Reeves, and Dan L. Horton
Spinosyns cause aedeagus eversion in Carpophilus spp. (Coleoptera: Nitidulidae)
Journal of Economic Entomology 112 (4), 1658-1664 (2019)


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