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Acknowledgements The authors thank William Hutchison (University of Minnesota) and Craig Roubos (Michigan State University) for valuable comments on earlier drafts of this chapter. The lead author also acknowledges the financial support of the Michigan Grape and Wine Industry Council, National Grape Cooperative, and the USDA Viticulture East Program. References Arias GA, Nieto JC (1983) Estimación de las pérdidas producidas por la “araña amarilla común” (Tetranychus urticae Koch) en “Tierra de Barros” (Badajoz) y propuesta de un umbral de tolerancia económica.
Four areas in the vineyard are sampled. Two of these are from the vineyard center and two from the vineyard edge. e. 50 clusters per location). e. 100 clusters from the edge locations) and the interior cluster counts are also combined (also 100 total clusters). For the July sample date used for low and intermediate risk vineyards, the threshold for treatment in early August is 6% damaged clusters. For the late August sample date for high risk vineyards, the threshold for treatment is 15% damaged clusters.
This study highlights the relative efficiency of binomial sampling plans for detecting rare insect pests with low thresholds. Using wine made from ‘Frontenac’ grapes that were spiked with varying levels of H. axyridis, Galvan et al. (2007a) used logistic regression methods and a tasting panel to determine the relationship between concentration of the taint in wine and human perception of the taint. e. the probability of wine being perceived as from infested clusters or not. 27 beetles per cluster, 10% of the panel conducting the discrimination tests were able to detect the taint, suggesting that growers should prevent MALB populations from reaching this level by using a lower value for the AT.