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Insect Infestation of Stored Oats in Florida and Field Evaluation of a Device for Counting Insects Electronically
Journal of Economic Entomology
Automated methods of monitoring stored grain for insect pests will contribute to early detection and aid in management of pest problems. An insect population infesting stored oats at a seed processing plant in north-central Florida was studied to test a device for counting insects electronically (Electronic Grain Probe Insect Counter, EGPIC), and to characterize the storage environment. The device counts insects as they fall through an infrared beam incorporated into a modiÞed grain probedoi:10.1603/0022-0493-93.3.1035 pmid:10902369 fatcat:cxh77trclvgxfjycmor2rz2fea