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Spider mites can reduce strawberry yields

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Frank V. Sances, University of California
Nick Toscano, U.C., Riverside
Larry F. LaPr, U.C., Riverside
Earl R. Oatman, Department of Entomology
Marshall W. Johnson, Department of Entomology

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California Agriculture 36(1):14-16.

Published January 01, 1982

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Strawberry plants are particularly susceptible to rapid spider mite buildup early in the season. The resulting stress reduces quantity and quality of harvestable fruit.

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Spider mites can reduce strawberry yields

Frank V. Sances, Nick Toscano, Larry F. LaPr, Earl R. Oatman, Marshall W. Johnson
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Spider mites can reduce strawberry yields

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Authors

Frank V. Sances, University of California
Nick Toscano, U.C., Riverside
Larry F. LaPr, U.C., Riverside
Earl R. Oatman, Department of Entomology
Marshall W. Johnson, Department of Entomology

Publication Information

California Agriculture 36(1):14-16.

Published January 01, 1982

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Strawberry plants are particularly susceptible to rapid spider mite buildup early in the season. The resulting stress reduces quantity and quality of harvestable fruit.

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