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Leafhoppers on silage corn

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R. W. Bushing, Davis
V. E. Burton, Davis
O. D. McCutcheon, Kings County
H. S. Etchegaray, Kings County

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California Agriculture 29(9):11-12.

Published September 01, 1975

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Abstract

Since leafhopper populations on silage corn increase rapidly late in the season, early plantings are able to escape serious damage. Chemical control measures are svailable for areas where late plantings are necessary or lesirable. Leafhoppers have not been a pest every year.

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Lorry L. Dunning, Staff Research Associate, Entomology Extension, Davis and Richard S. Nielsen, American Cyanamid Company, contributed extensively to the project. The authors appreciate the help of several summer assistants.

Leafhoppers on silage corn

R. W. Bushing, V. E. Burton, O. D. McCutcheon, H. S. Etchegaray
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Leafhoppers on silage corn

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Authors

R. W. Bushing, Davis
V. E. Burton, Davis
O. D. McCutcheon, Kings County
H. S. Etchegaray, Kings County

Publication Information

California Agriculture 29(9):11-12.

Published September 01, 1975

PDF  |  Citation  |  Permissions

Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Since leafhopper populations on silage corn increase rapidly late in the season, early plantings are able to escape serious damage. Chemical control measures are svailable for areas where late plantings are necessary or lesirable. Leafhoppers have not been a pest every year.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

Lorry L. Dunning, Staff Research Associate, Entomology Extension, Davis and Richard S. Nielsen, American Cyanamid Company, contributed extensively to the project. The authors appreciate the help of several summer assistants.


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