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Parasitic nematode may control carpenterworm in fig trees

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James E. Lindegren, Stored-Product Insects Research Laboratory, Agricultural Research, USDA, SEA, Fresno
Tom T. Yamashita, Agricultural Research, USDA, SEA, Fresno
William W. Barnett, University of California Cooperative Extension, Fresno County.

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California Agriculture 35(1):25-26.

Published January 01, 1981

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Abstract

Carpenterworms, protected in tunnels deep inside fig trees, are sought out and killed by parasitic nematodes applied to gallery openings.

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This research was supported in part by a grant from the California Fig Institute.

Parasitic nematode may control carpenterworm in fig trees

James E. Lindegren, Tom T. Yamashita, William W. Barnett
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Parasitic nematode may control carpenterworm in fig trees

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Authors

James E. Lindegren, Stored-Product Insects Research Laboratory, Agricultural Research, USDA, SEA, Fresno
Tom T. Yamashita, Agricultural Research, USDA, SEA, Fresno
William W. Barnett, University of California Cooperative Extension, Fresno County.

Publication Information

California Agriculture 35(1):25-26.

Published January 01, 1981

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Carpenterworms, protected in tunnels deep inside fig trees, are sought out and killed by parasitic nematodes applied to gallery openings.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

This research was supported in part by a grant from the California Fig Institute.


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