Data are from trials that studied the mortality response of codling moth to fumigation with methyl bromide, for the year 1988 only
A data frame with 77 observations (
codling1988), and with 40
codling1989), on the following 8 variables.
Injected dose of methyl bromide, in gm per cubic meter
Number of insects in chamber
Number of insects dying
a factor with 1988 levels
Red Delicious and
and with 1989 levels
replicate number, within
The research that generated these data was in part funded by New Zealand
pipfruit growers. The published analysis was funded by New Zealand
pipfruit growers. See also
Maindonald, J.H.; Waddell, B.C.; Petry, R.J. 2001. Apple cultivar effects on codling moth (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae) egg mortality following fumigation with methyl bromide. Postharvest Biology and Technology 22: 99-110.
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