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Large-scale releases of pesticide-resistant spider mite predators

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Marjorie A. Hoy, University of California
William W. Barnett, Fresno County
Wilbur O. Reil, U.C., Davis
Darryl Castro, U.C., Berkeley
Daniel Cahn, U.C., Berkeley
Lonnie C. Hendricks, Cooperative Extension
Richard L. Coviello, Cooperative Extension
Walter J. Bentley, Cooperative Extension

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California Agriculture 36(1):8-10.

Published January 01, 1982

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Research also showed for the first time that mite predators planted in almond orchards can disperse aerially.

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We thank K. Casanave, E. Serber, D. Ravetto, T. Browne, and R. Grigg for assistance. This project is supported in part by funds from the Almond Board of California, IPM Program of the California Department of Food and Agriculture, and Experiment Station Project 3522-H. We are especially grateful to the growers who made their orchards available: Bidart Farms, Blackwell Land Company, C. V. Horton, A. Bettencourt, Sumner-Peck Ranch, and H. Deniz.

Large-scale releases of pesticide-resistant spider mite predators

Marjorie A. Hoy, William W. Barnett, Wilbur O. Reil, Darryl Castro, Daniel Cahn, Lonnie C. Hendricks, Richard L. Coviello, Walter J. Bentley
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Large-scale releases of pesticide-resistant spider mite predators

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Authors

Marjorie A. Hoy, University of California
William W. Barnett, Fresno County
Wilbur O. Reil, U.C., Davis
Darryl Castro, U.C., Berkeley
Daniel Cahn, U.C., Berkeley
Lonnie C. Hendricks, Cooperative Extension
Richard L. Coviello, Cooperative Extension
Walter J. Bentley, Cooperative Extension

Publication Information

California Agriculture 36(1):8-10.

Published January 01, 1982

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Research also showed for the first time that mite predators planted in almond orchards can disperse aerially.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

We thank K. Casanave, E. Serber, D. Ravetto, T. Browne, and R. Grigg for assistance. This project is supported in part by funds from the Almond Board of California, IPM Program of the California Department of Food and Agriculture, and Experiment Station Project 3522-H. We are especially grateful to the growers who made their orchards available: Bidart Farms, Blackwell Land Company, C. V. Horton, A. Bettencourt, Sumner-Peck Ranch, and H. Deniz.


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