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Two varieties of soybeans tolerant of spider mites

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Elmer C. Carlson, University of California

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California Agriculture 23(6):15-15.

Published June 01, 1969

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Soybean materials that showed most tolerance to the two-spotted mite, Tetranychus urticae K., in greenhouse tests were USDA Plant Introduction P.I. 88,492 and UC-228.

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John Campbell, Nurseryman and Bill Kester, student, Department of Entomology, U.C., Davis assisted in these studies. Seeds of the varieties and selections tested were obtained from Dr. Benjamin Beard, Oilseed & Industrial Crops Research Branch, A.R.S., Brawley; and Dr. Paul Knowles, Department of Agronomy, U.C., Davis, A part of this research was made possible by funds received from an Oil Seed Crops Research Trust.

Two varieties of soybeans tolerant of spider mites

Elmer C. Carlson
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Two varieties of soybeans tolerant of spider mites

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Authors

Elmer C. Carlson, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 23(6):15-15.

Published June 01, 1969

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Soybean materials that showed most tolerance to the two-spotted mite, Tetranychus urticae K., in greenhouse tests were USDA Plant Introduction P.I. 88,492 and UC-228.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

John Campbell, Nurseryman and Bill Kester, student, Department of Entomology, U.C., Davis assisted in these studies. Seeds of the varieties and selections tested were obtained from Dr. Benjamin Beard, Oilseed & Industrial Crops Research Branch, A.R.S., Brawley; and Dr. Paul Knowles, Department of Agronomy, U.C., Davis, A part of this research was made possible by funds received from an Oil Seed Crops Research Trust.


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