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Leafminer control increases summer squash yields

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Raj K. Sharma, Cooperative Extension, Imperial County, El Centro
Alfonso Durazo, Cooperative Extension, Imperial County, El Centro
Keith S. Mayberry, Cooperative Extension, Imperial County, El Centro

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California Agriculture 34(6):21-22.

Published June 01, 1980

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Abstract

Experimental insecticide treatments provided enough leafminer control to increase yields and dollar gains per acre of summer squash-a crop grown predominantly by small farmers.

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The authors acknowledge the assistance of Hunter Johnson, Jr., Vegetable Specialist, and Max Clover, Photographer, Cooperative Extension, University of California, Riverside, in providing some of the photographs. This research was supported in part by various donations from the chemical industry.

Leafminer control increases summer squash yields

Raj K. Sharma, Alfonso Durazo, Keith S. Mayberry
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Leafminer control increases summer squash yields

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Authors

Raj K. Sharma, Cooperative Extension, Imperial County, El Centro
Alfonso Durazo, Cooperative Extension, Imperial County, El Centro
Keith S. Mayberry, Cooperative Extension, Imperial County, El Centro

Publication Information

California Agriculture 34(6):21-22.

Published June 01, 1980

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Experimental insecticide treatments provided enough leafminer control to increase yields and dollar gains per acre of summer squash-a crop grown predominantly by small farmers.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The authors acknowledge the assistance of Hunter Johnson, Jr., Vegetable Specialist, and Max Clover, Photographer, Cooperative Extension, University of California, Riverside, in providing some of the photographs. This research was supported in part by various donations from the chemical industry.


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