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Evaluating Low Temperatures to Control Indian Meal Moth in Stored Grain
Published by the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers, St. Joseph, Michigan www.asabe.orgCitation: Paper number 046135, 2004 ASAE Annual Meeting . (doi: 10.13031/2013.16982) @2004
Authors: N. Kaliyan, R. V. Morey, W. F. Wilcke, M. A. Carrillo, C. A. Cannon
Keywords: Indian meal moth, Stored corn, Aeration, Insect management
Aeration management strategies were developed to control cold-acclimated and
diapausing Indian meal moth larvae in grain bins in north- and east-central regions of the U.S during
winter. Contour maps showing hours below –10 oC for the months of December, January, and February were developed to help effective planning and management of aeration to control insects
that normally survive the winter. Two cumulative lethality index (CLI) models were developed to
estimate mortality of laboratory-reared (diapausing without cold-acclimation) and field-collected (coldacclimated,
and diapausing with cold-acclimation) Indian meal moth larvae under changing
temperature conditions. The CLI models were found to be useful for evaluating aeration