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Six acaroids tested for control of two-spotted mites on Bartlett pears

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J. Blair Bailey, Department of Environmental Toxicology, University of California, Davis
G. W. Morehead, Sacramento County
C. S. Davis, U.C., Berkeley
H. A. Ewing, U.C., Berkeley

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California Agriculture 24(4):15-15.

Published April 01, 1970

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Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: IN MID JULY, a heavily bearing six-year-old Bartlett pear orchard infested with two-spotted mites was offered to the Extension Service for the remainder of the season for the purpose of testing acaricides. Since the fruit from this orchard was not to enter commercial channels, it afforded an opportunity to test unregistered acaricides.

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This study was conducted at the Dow Chemical Company Experimental Farm, Dazis, California.

Six acaroids tested for control of two-spotted mites on Bartlett pears

J. Blair Bailey, G. W. Morehead, C. S. Davis, H. A. Ewing
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Six acaroids tested for control of two-spotted mites on Bartlett pears

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Authors

J. Blair Bailey, Department of Environmental Toxicology, University of California, Davis
G. W. Morehead, Sacramento County
C. S. Davis, U.C., Berkeley
H. A. Ewing, U.C., Berkeley

Publication Information

California Agriculture 24(4):15-15.

Published April 01, 1970

PDF  |  Citation  |  Permissions

Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: IN MID JULY, a heavily bearing six-year-old Bartlett pear orchard infested with two-spotted mites was offered to the Extension Service for the remainder of the season for the purpose of testing acaricides. Since the fruit from this orchard was not to enter commercial channels, it afforded an opportunity to test unregistered acaricides.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

This study was conducted at the Dow Chemical Company Experimental Farm, Dazis, California.


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