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o A. it caused major damage to the landscape on the U of I campus o B. it can be spread through root grafts on closely-spaced trees o C. the disease can be diagnosed from the presence of insect galleries (tunnels) below the bark o D. is caused by a bacterium Can pesticides be used as pest management tool in Integrated Pest Management (IPM) programs? o A. no, pesticides cannot used in IPM programs because IPM programs are totally organic
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o B. yes, but only to control insect pests o C. yes, pesticides should be the first tools used to manage pests in IPM programs o D. yes, pesticides can be used as pest-management tools of last resort in IPM programs The organisms that cause the most diseases in your garden are likely to be: o A. fungi o B. bacteria o C. viruses o D. nematodes Pesticide signal words: o A. include “drift” and “reentry period” o B. include “caution” and “warning” o C. only can occur on the most toxic pesticides o D. all of the above Which of the following are true about fire blight? o A. it can be eradicated by applying large amounts of water o B. high levels of fertility lessen the likelihood of infection o C. it is caused by a bacterium o D. there are no resistant plants The three parts of the disease triangle are: o A. environment, host, pathogen o B. environment, temperature, and pathogen o C. host, pathogen, and seed source o D. pathogen, host, and bourbon How are viruses spread from plant to plant? o A. aphids o B. sucking insects o C. thrips o D. handling and propagation of seeds and cuttings o E. all of the above Drift: o A. should be encouraged so that more pests can be controlled than originally planned o B. is pesticide movement by vapor, wind, or water away from the targeted pest o C. is only a concern when applying biorational pesticides o D. all of the above A biological pest control method includes: o A. pulling weeds o B. spraying insects with insecticides o C. using predator insects o D. mulching planting beds Which of the following is not true about Powdery Mildew Disease?
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o A. it affects only plants in the pumpkin family o B. it is caused by of number of different fungal genera o C. the fungus and spores can be seen with the naked eye o D. the disease is not fatal o E. good air circulation around plants helps to control this disease The proper step(s) in safe pesticide use include: o A. selecting a pesticide that is the most environmentally friendly, the most specific control for the pest, and is the least persistent in the environment o B. read and understand the directions on the pesticide label before purchasing the pesticide o C. read the pesticide label and follow the handling directions when using a pesticide o D. all of the above QUIZ 6 Pulling weeds is an example of: A. a cultural control B. a chemical control C. a mechanical control D. none of the above Which of these is NOT a broadleaf weed?
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