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Sunflower resistance to the sunflower moth

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Benjamin H. Beard, University of California
Elmer C. Carlson
Anthony C. Waiss
Carl Elliger
John M. Klislewfcz
Alan Johnson
Bock Chan

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California Agriculture 31(11):17-19.

Published November 01, 1977

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Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: The sunflower moth (Homoeosoma electellum Hulst.) will probably never be put on the endangered species list, but many California farmers would iike to see it as extinct as the dinosaurs because of the damage it does to the sunflower crop. This pest has also caused extensive damage to sunflower in Georgia, Kansas, Louisiana, Missouri, Nebraska, Texas, Minnesota, North Dakota, and in parts of Canada

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Sunflower resistance to the sunflower moth

Benjamin H. Beard, Elmer C. Carlson, Anthony C. Waiss, Carl Elliger, John M. Klislewfcz, Alan Johnson, Bock Chan
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Sunflower resistance to the sunflower moth

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Authors

Benjamin H. Beard, University of California
Elmer C. Carlson
Anthony C. Waiss
Carl Elliger
John M. Klislewfcz
Alan Johnson
Bock Chan

Publication Information

California Agriculture 31(11):17-19.

Published November 01, 1977

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: The sunflower moth (Homoeosoma electellum Hulst.) will probably never be put on the endangered species list, but many California farmers would iike to see it as extinct as the dinosaurs because of the damage it does to the sunflower crop. This pest has also caused extensive damage to sunflower in Georgia, Kansas, Louisiana, Missouri, Nebraska, Texas, Minnesota, North Dakota, and in parts of Canada

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