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Effectiveness of pheromone mass-trapping of the smaller european elm bark beetle

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Martin C. Birch, University of California, Davis
Timothy D. Paine, University of California, Davis
Jeffrey C. Miller, University of California, Davis

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California Agriculture 35(1):6-7.

Published January 01, 1981

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Mass-trapping doesn't suppress populations of the smaller European elm bark beetle but is useful as a monitor.

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P. Dean Smith, Farm Advisor, Inyo-Mono counties, is especially acknowledged for his help. Los Angeles Department of Water and Power assisted with tree sampling, and all traps were placed with the permission of utility companies in Owens Valley. P. Endicott, S.L. Clement, the late R. W. Bushing, and many others assisted in the project. The work was supported by grants from the USDA Forest Service and the State of California.

Effectiveness of pheromone mass-trapping of the smaller european elm bark beetle

Martin C. Birch, Timothy D. Paine, Jeffrey C. Miller
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Effectiveness of pheromone mass-trapping of the smaller european elm bark beetle

Share using any of the popular social networks Share by sending an email Print article
Share using any of the popular social networks Share by sending an email Print article

Authors

Martin C. Birch, University of California, Davis
Timothy D. Paine, University of California, Davis
Jeffrey C. Miller, University of California, Davis

Publication Information

California Agriculture 35(1):6-7.

Published January 01, 1981

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Mass-trapping doesn't suppress populations of the smaller European elm bark beetle but is useful as a monitor.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

P. Dean Smith, Farm Advisor, Inyo-Mono counties, is especially acknowledged for his help. Los Angeles Department of Water and Power assisted with tree sampling, and all traps were placed with the permission of utility companies in Owens Valley. P. Endicott, S.L. Clement, the late R. W. Bushing, and many others assisted in the project. The work was supported by grants from the USDA Forest Service and the State of California.


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