Kaur, N., L. VanSlambrook,  B. Panthi, S. Dorman, N.P. Anderson. 2021. Do field failures of bifenthrin against white clover seed weevil indicate resistance development? 2021 Virtual Pacific Branch Meeting April5-7,2021. https://esa.confex.com/esa/2021eb/meetingapp.cgi/Paper/153168, Final Poster-ESA 2021- weevilpptx

Dreves, A. J., Kaur, N., Bohle, M. G., Hannaway, D. B., Fisher, G., Rondon, S. 2020 Invertebrate Pest Management for Pacific Northwest Pastures. Corvallis: OSU Extension Catalog-https://catalog.extension.oregonstate.edu/pnw750

Kaur, N., Coop, L. B., Green, J. M., Anderson, N. P., Fisher, G. 2020 Omnivorous Leaftier A ubiquitous and often minor pest of small grains and other seed crops of Western Oregon. Corvallis: OSU Extension Catalog https://catalog.extension.oregonstate.edu/em9294/html

Kaur, N., B.A. Mori, J. Ottani, D.L. Walenta, C. Tanner, L.V. Slambrook, N.P. Anderson. 2020. Pheromone-mediated mating disruption for the suppression of the red clover casebearer moth Coleophora deauratella (Lepidoptera: Coleophoridae) in red clover seed production systems in Oregon. Entomology 2020—Abstract for Oral Presentation during ESA’s Virtual Annual Meeting – November 11-25.

Kaur, N., W.P. Jessie, C.S. Sullivan, D.L. Walenta, E.C. Verhoeven, and N.P. Anderson. 2019.  Evaluation of bifenthrin resistance in field-collected clover seed weevils. Seed Production Research Report Ext/CrS 162: 44-45. https://cropandsoil.oregonstate.edu/system/files/kaur_bifenthrin.pdf

Kaur, N., R.A.Cating, S.I. Rondon, J.C. Scott, S.C. Alderman, D.L. Walenta, K.E. Frost, P.B. Hamm, J.K.S. Dung. 2019. Dispersal potential of ergot spores by insects foraging in the perennial ryegrass fields in the Columbia Basin of Oregon and Washington. Crop, Forage and Turfgrass Management. http://doi:10.2134/cftm2019.04.0020

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