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Insecticides and timing sprays for control of san jose scale

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R. E. Rice, University of California
J. E. Dibble
J. H. La Rue
R. A. Jones, University of California

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California Agriculture 28(4):3-3.

Published April 01, 1974

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Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: SCALE INSECTS are among the most serious pests known to agriculture, and San Jose scale, Quadraspidiotus perniciosas (Comstock), ranks as the primary scale pest on deciduous fruit and nut trees. It is distributed worldwide and has been collected from approximately 700 different hosts. Unlike many insect pests, San Jose scale has the ability to kill all or parts of infested trees, in addition to making infested fruit unmarketable.

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Insecticides and timing sprays for control of san jose scale

R. E. Rice, J. E. Dibble, J. H. La Rue, R. A. Jones
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Insecticides and timing sprays for control of san jose scale

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Authors

R. E. Rice, University of California
J. E. Dibble
J. H. La Rue
R. A. Jones, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 28(4):3-3.

Published April 01, 1974

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Abstract

Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: SCALE INSECTS are among the most serious pests known to agriculture, and San Jose scale, Quadraspidiotus perniciosas (Comstock), ranks as the primary scale pest on deciduous fruit and nut trees. It is distributed worldwide and has been collected from approximately 700 different hosts. Unlike many insect pests, San Jose scale has the ability to kill all or parts of infested trees, in addition to making infested fruit unmarketable.

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