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Flower thrips nymphs involved in scarring of Thompson seedless grapes

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Fred Jensen, San Joaquin Valley Agricultural Research and Extension Center
Don Luvisi, Kern County

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California Agriculture 27(10):8-9.

Published October 01, 1973

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Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: Trials conducted in Kern County Thompson Seedless vineyards in 1972 showed that flower thrips nymphs, feeding under persisting caps (calyptras), are associated with the sunburst or starfish scars which have proved troublesome in recent years. The gibberellin sprays used in producing table Thompsons, accentuate this damage.

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Flower thrips nymphs involved in scarring of Thompson seedless grapes

Fred Jensen, Don Luvisi
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Flower thrips nymphs involved in scarring of Thompson seedless grapes

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Authors

Fred Jensen, San Joaquin Valley Agricultural Research and Extension Center
Don Luvisi, Kern County

Publication Information

California Agriculture 27(10):8-9.

Published October 01, 1973

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: Trials conducted in Kern County Thompson Seedless vineyards in 1972 showed that flower thrips nymphs, feeding under persisting caps (calyptras), are associated with the sunburst or starfish scars which have proved troublesome in recent years. The gibberellin sprays used in producing table Thompsons, accentuate this damage.

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