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Sex pheromone offers promise for control of artichoke plume moth

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Kenneth F. Haynes, University of California, Davis.
Martin C. Birch, University of California, Davis.
Jerome A. Klun, SEA Agricultural Research, Beltsville, Maryland.

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California Agriculture 35(1):13-14.

Published January 01, 1981

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Abstract

The artichoke plume moth may be foiled by field-wide use of a synthetic sex pheromone to confuse male moths.

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The cooperation of Granville Perkins and the Artichoke Research Association, and of the many others who were associated with this project is gratefully acknowledged.

Sex pheromone offers promise for control of artichoke plume moth

Kenneth F. Haynes, Martin C. Birch, Jerome A. Klun
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Sex pheromone offers promise for control of artichoke plume moth

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Authors

Kenneth F. Haynes, University of California, Davis.
Martin C. Birch, University of California, Davis.
Jerome A. Klun, SEA Agricultural Research, Beltsville, Maryland.

Publication Information

California Agriculture 35(1):13-14.

Published January 01, 1981

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

The artichoke plume moth may be foiled by field-wide use of a synthetic sex pheromone to confuse male moths.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The cooperation of Granville Perkins and the Artichoke Research Association, and of the many others who were associated with this project is gratefully acknowledged.


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