Entomology and Plant Pathology

Dr. Phil Mulder, Professor and Department Head

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B.S., Ferris State College, 1978

M.S., Iowa State University, 1981

Ph.D., Iowa State University, 1984
phil.mulder@okstate.edu

 

Current Assignment:

Extension programs related to alfalfa, peanuts, comercial and homeowner fruit and nut trees, small fruits, 4H/youth programs. Assisting in areas of apiculture, minor legumes, specialty field crops and pastures.

 

Professional Honors, Awards and Recognitions:

1988, Oklahoma Extension Achievement Award - Alfalfa IPM Program, OSU-CES Annual Conference

1995, Certificate of Appreciation - USDA Contributions of time and expertise as a member of the NAPIAP, Chlorpyrifos Assessment Team.

1996, Outstanding Extension/Regulatory Display. Section E, Entomological Society of America National Meetings. Las Vegas, Nevada, 1995.

1996, Certificate of Excellence.1996.Educational Materials Contest. Newsletter Category - Oklahoma Alfalfa Hay and Seed Association. American Society of Agronomy, Extension Division. ASA Annual Meetings, Indianapolis, IN.

1996, Certificate of Excellence. Educational Materials Contest. Publication Manuals category - Alfalfa Harvest Management Discussions, with Cost-benefit Analysis. American Society of Agronomy, Extension Division. ASA Annual Meetings, Indianapolis, IN.

1997, Service Recognition for continued support of and contributions to the Linnaean Games competition. Presented by the Student members of the Southwestern Branch of the Entomological Society of America. Presented at the 45th Annual meeting of the Southwestern Branch of the ESA, February 20, 1997.

1998, Blue Ribbon Award, American Society for Horticultural Sciences, Southern Region. Extension Publication Award. 1998. Mulder, P.G., B.D. McCraw, W. Reid, and R.A.Grantham. 1997. Monitoring adult weevil populations in pecan and fruit trees in Oklahoma.

1998, Certificate of Excellence - American society of Agronomy. 1998 Educational Materials Contest. In recognition for the development of outstanding agronomic educational material in the category of newsletter "Oklahoma Crop Statement". Editors T.A. Royer, P.G. Mulder and J. Stiegler. 19 Oct 1998. ASA Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD.

1999, Herman Hinrichs Pecan Citation Award - Research/Extension Award from the Oklahoma Pecan Growers Association. Presented at the 69th Annual Meeting and Show. 14 June 1999.

2000, Oklahoma Fruit Growers Association Award of Merit - Research/Extension Award from the Oklahoma Fruit Growers Association. Presented at the 19th Annual Horticulture Industries Show. January 7-8, 2000.

2001, Service Recognition as Linnaean Games Gamesmaster, Southwestern Branch Entomological Society of America. Presented at the 49th Annual meeting of the Southwestern Branch of the ESA February 28 - March 2, 2001.

2003, Outstanding Extension/Regulatory Display. Section E, Entomological Society of America National Meetings. Cincinnati, OH, 2003.

2004, Southwestern Branch Entomological Society of America, Distinguished Achievement Award in Extension. Lubbock, TX 2004.

2004, Entomological Society of America, Distinguished Achievement Award in Extension. Salt Lake City, Utah 2004.

2006, Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service, Oklahoma State University. Outstanding Team Award – Pecan IPM. Team Leader. 2004 Award received at the 2006 OCES Annual Conference.

2007, Entomological Society of America,Elected as Treasurer for a term of three years 2008-2010.

2009, Elected Secretary of SAC-12. Southern Region Entomology Department Heads.

2010, Southern Region American Society of Horticultural Scientists, Extension Communications “Blue Ribbon Award” for the publication “A pocket guide to Oklahoma Pecan Diseases, Insects, and other Disorders.”

2011, Southern Region American Society of Horticultural Scientists, Extension Communications “Blue Ribbon Award” for the publication “Handbook of Oklahoma Vineyard Establishment and Management.”

2011, Elected Chair of SAC-12. Southern Region Entomology Department Heads.

2013, Vice President-Elect, Entomological Society of America.

 

Regional & National Committees, Special Assignments and Invitational Presentations:

1994-Present: Entomological Society of America Southwest Branch Linnaean Games committee chair and moderator.

1995-Present: Entomological Society of America Southwest Branch Youth Science and development committee.

1987-Present: Southern regional project SERA-IEG-7 on arthropods effecting peanuts. Chair,1999.

1995-Present: Southern regional project on arthropods effecting pecans. Chair, 2000.

1999-2003: Entomological Society of America, Committee on Graduate Student Award for Leadership in Applied Entomology.

2003: Program Committee, Southwestern Branch of the Entomological Society of America.

1999-Present: Entomological Society of America, Linnaean Games National Committee; Judge and/or moderator (2000-2002).

2000: Invited speaker for ESA Informal Conference: Weevil Pests of Fruit " Implications of trapping weevils in pecan and fruit culture - utilities in IPM." 2000 Joint Annual Meeting of the Societe d'entomologie du Quebec, The Entomological Society of Canada and the Entomological Society of America. Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

2000: Section Symposium E1: "Designing an Ecologically-grounded IPM Game Plan: Development, adoption, and implementation." Symposium co-organizer and moderator.2000 Joint Annual Meeting of the Societe d'entomologie du Quebec, The Entomological Society of Canada and the Entomological Society of America. Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

2001-2002: Chair; Public Relations Committee. American Peanut Research and Education Society (APRES). Responsibilities include membership, cooperative relationships, Necrology and resolutions.

2002: Invited speaker for ESA Section E Symposium: "Evaluations of a trap design and pheromone formulations for pecan weevil monitoring." Integration of chemical and biological inset control in native, seedling, and improved pecan production. Annual Meeting of the Entomological Society of America. SanDiego, California.

2001-2002: Secretary/Treasurer Elect Southwestern Branch of the Entomological Society of America.

2002-2003: Secretary/Treasurer - Southwestern Branch of the Entomological Society of America.

2003: Symposium organizer and presenter: "New developments in management of pecan nutcasebearer in pecan." Southwestern Branch, Entomological Society of America Meeting. Oklahoma City, OK. Feb. 2003.

2003-2004: President Elect Southwestern Branch of the Entomological Society of America.

2004-2005: President Southwestern Branch of the Entomological Society of America.

2005: Invited speaker for Southwestern Branch of the Entomological Society of America. Status of the Africanized honey bee in Oklahoma. March 2005, Albuquerque, NM.

2005: Invited to serve on Review Panel for North Central Region Integrated Pest Management Implementation Grants. St. Louis, MO. April 2005.

2005: Invited speaker for the Oklahoma Technology Education Career Tech Centers, Safety and Health Personnel Train the Trainer. Living with the Africanized Honey Bee in Oklahoma. June 2005. Presented 12 presentations for this group during the year.

2005: Entomological Society of America, Student Competition Co-Chair, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, 2005. Asked to serve by President (in 2006) Frank Gilstrap.

2006-Present: Editorial Board and Contributing Editor for the ESA publication, The American Entomologist – Postmarked Extension section.

2006: Invited speaker for 40th Annual Western Pecan Growers Association Conference. Aphid Management Decisions. Las Cruces, NM. March, 2006.

2006: Entomological Society of America, Program Committee Co-Chair, Indianapolis, Indiana, 2006. Asked to serve by President (in 2006) Frank Gilstrap.

2006: Invited speaker for Program Symposium at the 55th Annual Meeting of the Entomological Society of America, Southwestern Branch. Monitoring vineyards for possible vectors of Pierce’s disease in Oklahoma. Corpus Christi, TX. March, 2007.

2007: Entomological Society of America, Poster Competition Co-Chair, San Diego, California, 2007. Asked to serve by President (in 2006) Frank Gilstrap.

2007: Entomological Society of America, Linnaean Games Presidential Committee. San Diego, California, 2007. Asked to serve as Committee Chair by President (in 2007) Scott Hutchins. Also serving as Gamesmaster for portions of the competition.

2007: Entomological Society of America, Program Symposium Presentation for the International Affairs Committee Program Symposium. A better alternative to an International Branch: Empowering an international network to address ESA global interests. San Diego, California, Asked to present by symposium organizers; Rob Hollingsworth and Megha Parajulee.

2007: Oklahoma Greenhouse Growers Association. Go Green with OGGA. Invited to address the group on Africanized Honey Bees in Oklahoma. Oklahoma City, OK.

2007: Oklahoma Landscape and Greenhouse Growers Association. Invited to address the group on Africanized Honey Bees in Oklahoma. Ada, OK.

2008: Invited speaker for 27th Annual Horticulture Industries Show of Oklahoma and Arkansas. Potential emerging pests of Oklahoma grapes. Tulsa, OK. January, 2008.

2008: Invited member on Review Panel for North Central Region - Integrated Pest Management Implementation Grants. St. Louis, MO. January, 2008.

2008: Invited speaker for Program Symposium at the 56th Annual Meeting of the Entomological Society of America, Southwestern Branch. Managing insect pests of pecan in the urban landscape. Ft. Worth, TX. February, 2008.

2008: Invited speaker for the Big Bee Buzz and Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Oklahoma Beekeepers Association. Update on the Africanized honey bee in Oklahoma and status of colony collapse disorder in Oklahoma. Tulsa, OK. March, 2008.

2008: Invited member on Evaluation Panel for selection of the new Research Leader of Wheat, Peanut, and Other Field Crops Research Unit, USDA-ARS, Stillwater, Oklahoma. May 15, 2008.

2008: Invited speaker for National Master Gardener Conference in Oklahoma City. Developing a quiz bowl for challenging the knowledge base of master gardeners. June 19, 2008. Oklahoma City, OK.

2008: Invited speaker for Organics crop production meeting and workshop in Oklahoma City. Insect management options in organic farming. October 16, 2008.

2009: Invited speaker at the Southwestern Branch of ESA. The Entomological Foundation and attracting youth to entomology. Stillwater, OK. February 24, 2009.

2009: Invited speaker for the Imported Fire Ant and Invasive Ant Roundup. Welcome presentation for attendees. April 7, 2009.

2010: Invited speaker for a member Symposium at the 58th Annual Meeting of the Entomological Society of America. The value of an entomology outreach program at Land-Grant universities. SanDiego, CA. December, 2010.

2013: Invited speaker for student symposium: 61st Annual Meeting of the Southwestern Branch of the Entomological Society of America 2013. Graduating? What to expect from future employers.Appropriate skill sets for employment in academia.

 

Extension Publications:

Cuperus, G.W., J.A. Stark, C. Ward, R. Huhnke, L. Rommann, P.G. Mulder, J. Stritzke, G.V. Johnson and J.T. Criswell. 1990. Integrated management practices of Oklahoma alfalfa growers: Results of a statewide survey. OSU-CES State Bulletin and IPM Evaluation Report. 76 pgs.

Berberet, R.C. and P.G. Mulder. 1993. Scouting for the alfalfa weevil in Oklahoma. Oklahoma State University Current Report No. 7177. Revised 1996 and 2002.

Doss, M., R. Berberet and P.G. Mulder, 1993. Profitability of alfalfa weevil control with short, medium and long residual insecticides. Oklahoma State University Circular E-923. 8 pgs.

Mulder, P.G., R. Shawley and J. Caddel. 1993. Blister Beetles and Alfalfa. Oklahoma State University Cooperative Extension service. Fact Sheet No. 2072.

Mulder, P.G. 1994. Nectar and pollen plants of Oklahoma. OSU Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service. Fact Sheet No. 7155.

Mulder, P.G. and R.C. Berberet. 1994. Alfalfa aphids in Oklahoma. Oklahoma State University Cooperative Extension service. Fact Sheet No. 7184. Revised 1998.

Caddel, J.L., J.F. Stritzke, P.G. Mulder, R.L. Huhnke, R.C. Berberet, and C.E. Ward. 1995. Alfalfa harvest management - Discussions with cost-benefit analysis. OSU Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service Circular E-943. 26 pgs.

Caddel, J.L., J.F. Stritzke, P.G. Mulder, G.V. Johnson, C.E. Ward, R.L. Huhnke, and R.C. Berberet. 1996. Alfalfa stand establishment, questions and answers. OSU Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service Circular E-949. 31 pgs.

Mulder, P.G. and R.C. Berberet. 1996. Alfalfa weevil and its management in Oklahoma. Oklahoma State University Cooperative Extension Service. Fact Sheet No. 2097.

Mulder, P.G. and M. Doss. 1996. Madagascar hissing cockroaches, information and care. OSU Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service Leaflet L-278.

Mulder, P.G., B.D. McCraw, W. Reid and R.A. Grantham. 1997. Monitoring adult weevil populations in pecan and fruit trees in Oklahoma. Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service fact sheet No. 7190. Revised 1999.

Mulder, P.G., B. Olson and D.A. Hillock. 2000. Home tree fruit production and pest management. OSU Cooperative Extension Service Fact Sheet No. F-6235. Revised 2001.

Caddel, J.L., J.F. Stritzke, R.C. Berberet, P. Bolin, R.L. Huhnke,G.V. Johnson, M. Kizer, D. Lalman, P.G. Mulder, D. Waldner, C.E. Ward, H. Zhang and G.W. Cuperus. 2001. Alfalfa production guide for the Southern Great Plains: Ways to improve forage yield, stand life, and profits. Oklahoma State University Cooperative Extension Service Circular E-826. 96 pgs.

Criswell, J.T., R. Huhnke, M. Kizer, P.G. Mulder, R. Noyes, P. Pratt, J.R. Sholar, W. Stacey, R. Woods. 2001. Soybean Production Guide. Eds. P. Pratt and P. Bolin. OSU Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service Circular E-967.

Mulder, P.G. and R.A. Grantham. 2001. The pecan nut casebearer in Oklahoma. OSU Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service Fact Sheet No. 7189.

Medlin, C., P. Bolin, M. Roduner, L. Cargill and P.G. Mulder. 2003. Integrated management of invasive thistles in Oklahoma. Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service Fact Sheet No. 7318.

vonBroembsen, S.L. and P.G. Mulder. 2003 and 2004. Blackberry, strawberry, and blueberry insect and disease control. OSU Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service Current Report No. 6221.

vonBroembsen, S.L., P.G. Mulder and B.D. McCraw. 2003 and 2004. Commercial apple insect and disease control. OSU Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service Current Report No. 6241.

vonBroembsen, S.L., P.G. Mulder and B.D. McCraw. 2003 and 2004. Commercial Peach-Nectarine insect and disease control. OSU Oklahoma Cooperative Ext. Service Current Report No. 6240.

vonBroembsen, S.L., P.G. Mulder and B.D. McCraw. 2003 and 2004. Pecan insect and disease control. OSU Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service Current Report No. 6209.

vonBroembsen, S.L. and P.G. Mulder. 2003 and 2004. Commercial grape insect and disease control. OSU Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service Current Report No. 6252.

Mulder, P.G., and R.C. Berberet. 2004. Alfalfa forage insect control. OSU Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service fact sheet No. 7150.

Mulder, P.G. Soybean insect survey and control in Oklahoma. 2004. OSU Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service Fact Sheet No. 7167.

Mulder, P.G., and R.C. Berberet. 2004. Pest management series, Peanut insect control in Oklahoma. Revised 2004. OSU Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service fact sheet No. 7174.

Royer, T.A. and P.G. Mulder. 2004. Grasshopper management in rangelands, pastures and crops. OSU Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service Fact Sheet EPP-7196.

Mulder, P.G., B. Olson and D.A. Hillock. 2006. Home tree fruit production and pest management. OSU Cooperative Extension Service Fact Sheet No. F-6235.

Mulder, P.G. and E. Stafne. 2007. Biology and control of the plum curculio in fruit trees in Oklahoma. OSU Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Fact Sheet No. EPP-7078.

Mulder, P.G. and R.A. Grantham. 2007. Biology and control of the pecan weevil in Oklahoma. OSU Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Fact Sheet No. EPP-7079.

MulderP.G. 2008. Blackberry, strawberry, and blueberry insect and disease control. OSU Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service Current Report No. 6221.

Mulder, P.G. 2008. Commercial apple insect and disease control. OSU Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service Current Report No. 6241.

Mulder, P.G. 2008. Commercial Peach-Nectarine insect and disease control. OSU Oklahoma Cooperative Ext. Service Current Report No. 6240.

Mulder, P.G. 2008. Pecan insect and disease control. OSU Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service Current Report No. 6209.

Mulder, P.G. 2008. Commercial grape insect and disease control. OSU Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service Current Report No. 6252.

Damicone, J.P., Mulder, P.G., and Seuhs, S.K. 2008. Evaluation of fungicide programs for control of watermelon downy mildew, 2007. Plant Disease Management Reports (online). Report 2:V054. DOI:10.1094/PDMR02.

Stafne, E., D. Smith and P.G. Mulder 2009. A pocket guide to Oklahoma grape diseases, insects and other disorders. Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Publication E-1004.

Stafne, E., M.W. Smith , P.G. Mulder, D. Smith and C.T. Rohla. 2009. A pocket guide to Oklahoma pecan diseases, insects and other disorders. Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Publication E-1009.

Stafne, E., B. Carroll, S. Clarke, R. Holcomb, C. Lake, E. Lucas, P. Kenkel, M. Kizer, B.D. McCraw, W. McGlynn, P.G. Mulder, S. Peterson, R. Sahs, B. Smith, D. Smith, S. vonBroembsen, C.

Willoughby and H. Zhang 2009. Handbook of Oklahoma vineyard establishment and management. Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service Pub. E-1015.

MulderP.G. and D. Smith. 2009. Blackberry, strawberry, and blueberry insect and disease control. OSU Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service Current Report No. 6221.

Mulder, P.G. and D. Smith. 2010. Commercial apple insect and disease control. OSU Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service Current Report No. 6241.

Mulder, P.G. and D. Smith. 2010. Commercial Peach-Nectarine insect and disease control. OSU Oklahoma Cooperative Ext. Service Current Report No. 6240.

Mulder, P.G., E. Stafne and D. Smith. 2010. Pecan insect and disease control. OSU Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service Current Report No. 6209.

Mulder, P.G., E. Stafne, and D. Smith. 2010. Commercial grape insect and disease control. OSU Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service Current Report No. 6252.

 

Arthropod Management Tests Publications (Chronological order)

Doss, M., P.G. Mulder, M. Karner and R. Berberet. 1990. Alfalfa weevil and aphid control in Oklahoma, 1989. Insecticide and Acaricide Tests. 15:158-159.

Mulder, P.G. 1996. Effects of insecticides on thrips populations, peanut injury, growth and yield, Oklahoma, 1994. Arthropod Management Tests. 21:278-279.

Mulder, P.G., J.K. Collins, M.W. Smith, B.D. McCraw. 1996. Control of Pecan nut casebearer in Pecan, 1995. Arthropod Management Tests. 21:83.

Berberet, R.C. A.A. Zarrabi, A.D. Bisges and P.G. Mulder. 1997. Early season insect control in alfalfa, 1996. Arthropod Mgmt. Tests. 22: 195-196.

Mulder, P.G. 1997. Control of Two-spotted spider mites in peanuts, 1994. Arthropod Mgmt. Tests. 22:284.

Mulder, P.G. 1997. Effects of insecticides on thrips populations, peanut injury, growth and yield, 1995. Arthropod Mgmt. Tests. 22:284-285.

Mulder, P.G. 1997. Effects of insecticides on thrips populations, peanut injury, growth and yield, 1995. Arthropod Mgmt. Tests. 22:285-286.

Mulder, P.G., J.K. Collins, R.A. Grantham, M.W. Smith, and B.D. McCraw. 1997. Control of pecan nut casebearer in pecans, 1966. Arthropod Mgmt. Tests. 22:77.

Mulder, P.G., J.K. Collins, and M.W. Smith. 1997. Control of pecan nut casebearer and fall webworm in pecans, 1996. Arthropod Mgmt. Tests. 22:78.

Mulder, P.G., J.K. Collins, M.W. Smith, and B.D. McCraw. 1997. Control of pecan nut casebearer and fall webworm in pecans, 1996. Arthropod Mgmt. Tests. 22:79.

Mulder, P.G., M.W. Smith. 1997. Control of pecan weevil in pecans, 1995. Arthropod Mgmt. Tests. 22:77.

Mulder, P.G. 1998. Effects of insecticide on thrips populations, peanut injury, growth and yield, Oklahoma, 1996. Arthropod Management Tests. 23:254-255.

Mulder, P.G. 1998. Effects of insecticide on thrips populations, peanut injury, growth and yield, Chicksha, Oklahoma, 1996. Arthropod Management Tests. 23:255-256.

Mulder, P.G. and D.J. Prescott.1999. Early season insect control in alfalfa, 1998. Arthropod Mgmt. Tests. 24: 198-199.

Mulder, P.G. and D.J. Prescott. 1999. Aerial-applied, early season insect control in alfalfa, 1998. Arthropod Mgmt. Tests. 24: 199-200.

Mulder, P.G., D.J. Prescott and M.E. Payton. 1999. Effect of insecticides and fungicides on potato leafhoppers, defoliating caterpillars, beneficial arthropods and peanut yield, 1997. Arthropod Mgmt. Tests. 24: 265.

Mulder, P.G. and D. J. Prescott. 1999. Effect of insecticides on caterpillar and beneficial arthropod populations and peanut yield, 1997. Arthropod Mgmt. Tests. 24: 266.

Mulder, P.G. 1999. Effects of insecticides on thrips populations, peanut injury, growth and yield, 1997. Arthropod Mgmt. Tests. 24:266-267.

Mulder, P.G. and K.E. Jackson.1999. Plum curculio control in peaches, 1998. Arthropod Mgmt. Tests. 24: 61.

Mulder, P.G. 1999. Effects of insecticides on thrips populations, peanut injury, growth and yield, 1998. Arthropod Mgmt. Tests. 24: 267-268.

Mulder, P.G. and D.J. Prescott. 1999. Effect of insecticides on caterpillar and beneficial arthropod populations, 1998. Arthropod Mgmt. Tests. 24: 268-269.

Mulder, P.G. and D. J. Prescott. 1999. Effect of insecticides on potato leafhoppers, defoliating caterpillars, beneficial arthropods and peanut yield, 1998. Arthropod Mgmt. Tests. 24: 269-270.

Mulder, P.G., R.A. Grantham, M.W. Smith and B.S. Cheary. 1999. Pecan weevil control in pecans, Sparks, OK, 1998. Arthropod Mgmt Tests. 24: 94.

Mulder, P.G., D.J. Prescott, R.C. Berberet, A.D. Bisges and A.A. Zarrabi. 2000. Control of alfalfa weevil larvae in Oklahoma, Stillwater, 1999. Arthropod Mgmt. Tests. 25: 184.

Mulder, P.G. and D.J. Prescott. 2000. Control of alfalfa weevil larvae in Oklahoma, Chickasha, 1999. Arthropod Mgmt. Tests. 25: 184-185.

Mulder, P.G. and M.E. Payton. 2000. Control of pecan nut casebearer in pecan in Oklahoma, 1999. Arthropod Mgmt. Tests. 25: 82.

Mulder, P.G. and S.K. Seuhs. 2001. Control of alfalfa weevil larvae, 2000. Arthropod Mgmt. Tests. 26:(F3).

Mulder, P.G., S.K. Seuhs, E.M. Shoff, A. Sheridan and M.E. Payton. 2001. Control of Pecan nut casebearer, 2000. Arthropod Mgmt. Tests. 26:(D19).

Mulder, P.G., and V. Cartwright. 2001. Effects of insecticides on thrips populations, peanut injury, growth and yield, 1999. Arthropod Mgmt. Tests. 26: (F82).

Mulder, P.G. and S.K. Seuhs. 2002. Efficacy of foliar insecticides against alfalfa weevil larvae, 2001. Arthropod Mgmt. Tests. 27: (F6).

Mulder, P.G. and S.K. Seuhs. 2002. Evaluations of insecticide performance for control of alfalfa weevil larvae, 2001. Arthropod Mgmt. Tests. 27: (F7).

Mulder, P.G. and S.K. Seuhs. 2002. Efficacy of insecticides for thrips control on peanut, 2000. Arthropod Mgmt. Tests. 27: (F79).

Mulder, P.G. and S.K. Seuhs. 2002. Evaluations of insecticide performance for control of tobacco thrips on peanut, 2000. Arthropod Mgmt. Tests. 27: (F80).

Mulder, P.G. and S.K. Seuhs. 2002. Control of thrips with various insecticide formulations and methods of application on peanut, 2001. Arthropod Mgmt. Tests. 27: (F81).

Mulder, P.G. and S.K. Seuhs. 2002. Evaluations of insecticide efficacy and methods of application for control of thrips on peanut, 2001. Arthropod Mgmt. Tests. 27: (F82).

Mulder, P.G., S.K. Seuhs, A Sheridan, M.E. Payton. 2003. Insecticide efficacy for control of pecan nut casebearer, 2001. Arthropod Mgmt. Tests 28: (D8).

Mulder, P.G. and S.K Seuhs. 2003. Control of alfalfa weevil larvae using foliar insecticides, 2002. Arthropod Mgmt. Tests 28: (F6).

Mulder, P.G., S.K. Seuhs, A. Zarrabi and R.C. Berberet. 2003. Insecticide performance for control of alfalfa weevil larvae, 2002. Arthropod Mgmt. Tests 28: (F7).

Mulder, P.G., S.K. Seuhs, M.T. Stacey and A. Sheridan. 2003. Insecticide performance for control of twospotted spider mites on peanut, 2002. Arthropod Mgmt. Tests 28: (F83).

Mulder, P.G., S.K Seuhs and A.A. Morrison. 2007. Insecticide efficacy for controlling pecan nut casebearer, 2004. 32: (D13).

Mulder, P.G. and S.K Seuhs. 2007. Evaluations of insecticide performance for control of alfalfa weevil larvae and aphids, 2006. 32: (F1).

Mulder, P.G., S.K Seuhs and R.D. Gribble. 2007. Evaluations of insecticide performance for control of alfalfa aphids, 2006. 32: (F2).

Mulder, P.G., S.K Seuhs and A.A. Morrison. 2007. Efficacy of registered and experimental insecticides for pecan nut casebearer control, 2006. 32: (F3).

 

Research (Refereed) Publications and Book Chapters:

Mulder, P.G. and W.B. Showers. 1983. Feeding on corn by black cutworm (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) larvae reared for one or multi-generations in the laboratory. Environ. Entomol. 12:330-334.

Showers, W.B., L.V. Kaster and P.G. Mulder. 1983. Corn seedling growth stage and black cutworm (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) damage. Environ. Entomol. 12:241-244.

Showers, W.B., L.V. Kaster, T.W. Sappington, P. G. Mulder and F. Whitford. 1985. Development and behavior of black cutworm (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) populations before and after con emergence. J. Econ. Entomol. 78:588-594.

Mulder, P.G. and W.B. Showers. 1986. Defoliation by the armyworm (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) on field corn in Iowa. J. Econ. Entomol. 79:368-373.

Mulder, P.G. and W.B. Showers. 1987. Corn Zea mays L., growth response to larval armyworm Pseudaletia unipuncta (Haworth) defoliation. Iowa State J. Res. 62:279-292.

Kaster, L.V., W.B. Showers and P.G. Mulder. 1989. Seasonality in the hourly reproductive behavior of adult Agrotis ipsilon (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) in Iowa. Environ. Entomol. 18:674-677.

Mulder, P.G., L.V. Kaster, W.B. Showers and J.V. Van Schaik. 1989. Seasonal activity and response of the male black cutworm Agrotis ipsilon (Hufnagel) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) to virgin black cutworm females reared for one or multi-generations in the laboratory. Environ. Entomol. 18(1): 19-23.

Mulder, P.G., C.L. Cole, M.A. Karner and J.R. Bolte. 1991. Seasonal prevalence of the Thysanoptera in an Oklahoma peanut ecosystem and potential for tomato spotted wilt virus. SW Entomol. 16:108-116.

Mulder, P.G. 1994. Chlorpyrifos Use on Peanut. In: The biologic and economic assessment of the field crop usage of Chlorpyrifos. Eds. J.F. Witkowski, S.P. Whitney, and T.J. Kergel. pp. 49-55.

Collins, J.K., P.G. Mulder, M.W. Smith and R.D. Eikenbary. 1996. Mating behavior and peak mating activity of the pecan weevil, Curculio caryae (Horn). SW Entomol. 21:479-481.

Collins, J.K., P.G. Mulder, R.A. Grantham, W.R Reid, M.W. Smith and R.D. Eikenbary. 1997. Assessing feeding preferences of pecan weevil (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) Adults using a Hardee Olfactometer. J. Kan. Entomol. Soc. 70(3):181-188.

Hedin, P.A., D.A. Dollar, J.K. Collins, J.G. Dubois, P.G. Mulder, G.H. Hedger and R.D. Eikenbary. 1997. Identification of the male pecan weevil pheromone. J. Chem. Ecol. 23(4):956-977.

Peters, D.C., F. Ullah, M.A. Karner, W.B. Massey, P.G. Mulder and V.H. Beregovoy. 1997. Greenbug (Homoptera:Aphididae) biotype surveys in Oklahoma, 1991-1996. J. Kan. Entomol. Soc. 70(2)120-128.

Cuperus, G.W., P.G. Mulder and T.A. Royer. 1999. Implementation of ecologically-based IPM. In Insect Pest Management: Techniques for Environmental Protection. Eds. J.E. Rechcigl and N.A. Rechcigl. Lewis Publishers. CRC Press Inc.422 pp.

Royer, T.A., P.G. Mulder and G.W. Cuperus. 1999. Renaming (redefining) integrated pest management: Fumble, pass or play? Amer. Entomol. 45(3): 136-139.

Grantham, R.A., P.G. Mulder, G.W. Cuperus, and J.D. Carlson. 2002. Evaluation of pecan nut casebearer Acrobasis nuxvorella (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) prediction models using pheromone trapping. Environ. Entomol. 31: 1062-1070.

Grantham, R.A., P.G. Mulder, and G.W. Cuperus. 2002. Comparisons on the efficacy of different trap types in capturing pecan nut casebearer, Acrobasis nuxvorella. SW Entomol. 27: 21-30.

Johnson, D.T., P.G. Mulder, B.D. McCraw, B.A. Lewis, B. Jervis and B.L. Carroll and P.J. McLeod. 2002. Trapping plum curculio Conotrachelus nenuphar (Herbst) Coleoptera: Curculionidae) in the southern United States. Environ. Entomol. 31: 1259-1267.

Johnson, D.T., B.A. Lewis, B.D. McCraw, B. Carroll, B. Jervis, K. Striegler, P.G. Mulder, B. Boozer, W.G. Foshee, J. McVay and R.F. Mizell III. 2002. Development and implementation of a peach integrated pest management program in the southern USA. Acta Horticulturae. 592 (2): 681- 688.

Mulder, P.G., B. Jervis and B.D. McCraw. 2002. Efficacy of peach IPM programs with and without organophosphate insecticides. Acta Horticulturae. 592 (2): 695- 698.

Vogt, J.T., P.G. Mulder, Jr., A. Sheridan, E.M. Shoff, and R.E. Wright. 2002. Red imported fire ants (Solenopsis invicta Buren) fail to reduce predator abundance in peanut. J. Entomol. Sci. 37: 200-202.

Mulder, P.G., W. Reid, R.A. Grantham, S. Landgraf, L. Taliaferro, M.E. Payton and A.E. Knutson. 2003. Evaluation of trap designs and a new pheromone formulation used for monitoring pecan weevil, Curculio caryae. SW Entomol. 27: 85-100.

Reid, W. and P.G. Mulder, Jr. 2003. Insect management systems for native pecans. SW Entomol. 27: 39-44.

Roduner, M., G.W. Cuperus, P.G. Mulder, J. Stritzke and M. Payton. 2003. Successful biological control of the musk thistle, Carduus nutans, in Oklahoma using the musk thistle head weevil, Rhinocyllus conicus, and the rosette weevil, Trichosirocalus horridus. Amer. Entomol. 49:112-120.

Stevenson, D.E., A.E. Knutson, W. Ree, J.A. Jackman, A. Dean, J.H. Matis, J. McVay, M. Nesbitt, R. Mizell, J. Dutcher, W. Reid, M. Hall, D. Barlow, M.T. Smith, , P. Mulder, M.W. Smith, J.G. Miller and M.K. Harris. 2003. Pecan nut casebearer pheromone monitoring and degree-day model validation across the pecan belt. SW Entomol. 27: 57-74.

Abramson, C.I., J. Squire, A. Sheridan and P.G. Mulder, Jr. 2004. The effect of insecticides considered harmless to honey bees Apis mellifera L.: Proboscis conditioning studies using the insect growth regulators Confirm® 2F (tebufenozide) and Dimilin® 2L (diflubenzuron). Environ. Entomol. 33: 378-388.

Roduner, M., P.G. Mulder, G.W. Cuperus, J. Stritzke and M. Payton. 2005. Plant growth parameters of musk thistle, Carduus nutans, and egg distribution patterns of Rhinocyllus conicus on their blooms. SW Entomol. 30: 93-103.

Stafne, E.T., B.D. McCraw, and P.G. Mulder. 2006. Evaluation of an e-learning online pecan management course. J. Extension. 44 (4): 4TOT6.

Hall, M.J., P.G. Mulder, Jr. and J. Austin. 2006. A method for monitoring seasonal activity of pecan phylloxera, Phylloxera devastatrix Pergande, with observations on emergence in Louisiana and Oklahoma. J. Entomol. Sci. 41(4): 329 - 349.

Smith, M.W. and P.G. Mulder. 2007. Role of cover crops in the management of arthropod pests of orchards. In Ecologically based integrated pest management. Eds. O. Koul and G.W. Cuperus. CAB International Publishing. Cambridge MA 02139. Pgs. 56-73.

Al-Saleh, M.A., H.A Melouk and P.G. Mulder. 2007. Reaction of peanut cultivars to tomato spotted wilt virus (TSWV) under field conditions and their response to mechanical inoculation by TSWV under greenhouse conditions. Peanut Science 34:44-52.

Smith, M.W. and P.G. Mulder. 2009. Oviposition characteristics of pecan weevil, Curculio caryae. Southwestern Entomologist 34: 447-455.

Stafne, E.T., W.G. McGlynn, and P.G. Mulder. 2009. Post-course evaluation of a grape management short course. J. Extension 47(3):Article 3RIB4, available at: http://www.joe.org/joe/2009june/rb4.php.

Kim, K.S., Z. Szendrei, C. Rodriquez-Saona, P.G. Mulder, and T.W. Sappington. 2009. Molecular diagnostic for boll weevil (Coleoptera:Curculionidae) based on amplification of three species-specific microsatellites. J. Econ. Entomol. 102: 759-766.

Seuhs, S.K., P.G. Mulder and J. P. Keys. 2009. Participant Perceptions of the Oklahoma State University pecan management course and e-learning approach. Amer. Entomol. Education Connection: 55 (2): 70-74.

Godsey, C. B., J. Vitale, P.G. Mulder, J.Q. Armstrong, J.P. Damicone, K. Jackson, and K. Seuhs. 2011. Reduced tillage practices for the southwestern US peanut production region. Peanut Sci. Vol. 38, 1: 41-47.

Phillip G. Mulder, Marvin K. Harris, and Richard A. Grantham. 2012. Biology and management of the pecan weevil (Coleoptera: Curculionidae). J. Integ. Pest Mngmt. 3(1): A1-A9.

Shufran, A.A., P.G. Mulder, M. Payton, and K.A. Shufran. 2013. Determining host-suitability of pecan for stored-product insects. J. Econ. Entomol. 106: 1071-1074.

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