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Aphid control on chrysanthemums and carnations

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Ronald D. Oetting, University of California
Frank S. Morishita, University of California
Roland N. Jefferson, University of California
Wesley A. Humphrey
Seward T. Besemer

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California Agriculture 31(12):7-9.

Published December 01, 1977

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Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: Aphids commonly occur as pests on chrysanthemums and carnations as well as on many other plants grown in plastic or glass houses in California. They are usually found in colonies on plant tips, shoots of new growth, or flowers. Aphids multiply so rapidly under favorable conditions that a light infestation may increase to alarming proportions in a week. They are generally more numerous during cooler months when the most serious damage occurs. However, damage can be observed throughout the year.

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Aphid control on chrysanthemums and carnations

Ronald D. Oetting, Frank S. Morishita, Roland N. Jefferson, Wesley A. Humphrey, Seward T. Besemer
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Aphid control on chrysanthemums and carnations

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Authors

Ronald D. Oetting, University of California
Frank S. Morishita, University of California
Roland N. Jefferson, University of California
Wesley A. Humphrey
Seward T. Besemer

Publication Information

California Agriculture 31(12):7-9.

Published December 01, 1977

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: Aphids commonly occur as pests on chrysanthemums and carnations as well as on many other plants grown in plastic or glass houses in California. They are usually found in colonies on plant tips, shoots of new growth, or flowers. Aphids multiply so rapidly under favorable conditions that a light infestation may increase to alarming proportions in a week. They are generally more numerous during cooler months when the most serious damage occurs. However, damage can be observed throughout the year.

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