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Seed weevil released to control milk thistle

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R. B. Hawkes, University of California
L. A. Andres, University of California
P. H. Dunn, Research Entomologist

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California Agriculture 26(12):14-14.

Published December 01, 1972

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Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: Milk thistle, Silybum marianum (L.) Gaertn., is a widespread weed of increasing importance on range-land, ditch banks, highway and railroad right-of-ways, and wasteland in California. Although reported to be a biennial, it grows mainly as a winter annual, generally invading disturbed and overgrazed land. The plant reproduces only by seed.

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Seed weevil released to control milk thistle

R. B. Hawkes, L. A. Andres, P. H. Dunn
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Seed weevil released to control milk thistle

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Authors

R. B. Hawkes, University of California
L. A. Andres, University of California
P. H. Dunn, Research Entomologist

Publication Information

California Agriculture 26(12):14-14.

Published December 01, 1972

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: Milk thistle, Silybum marianum (L.) Gaertn., is a widespread weed of increasing importance on range-land, ditch banks, highway and railroad right-of-ways, and wasteland in California. Although reported to be a biennial, it grows mainly as a winter annual, generally invading disturbed and overgrazed land. The plant reproduces only by seed.

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