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Controlling ants in almond orchards

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Wilbur O. Reil, University of California
Walter J. Bentley, Kern County
Mario Viveros, Kern County
Lynette B. Beurmann, Kern County
Clarence S. Davis, University of California
Eileen Paine, University of California

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California Agriculture 36(7):12-14.

Published July 01, 1982

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Abstract

Soil-applied chemicals controlled pavement ant and southern fire ant, which have been causing increasing damage to almond crops.

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This project was partially funded by USDA:SEA, Smith-Lever Integrated Pest Management Funds, and by the Almond Board of California. The authors thank Blackwell Management Company, Kern Farming Company, Tejon Ranch, and Ybanez Orchards for their cooperation. The assistance of Leslie W. Barclay, William H. Olson, Toynette W. Johnson, and Carol K. Moriuchi is gratefully acknowledged.

Controlling ants in almond orchards

Wilbur O. Reil, Walter J. Bentley, Mario Viveros, Lynette B. Beurmann, Clarence S. Davis, Eileen Paine
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Controlling ants in almond orchards

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

Wilbur O. Reil, University of California
Walter J. Bentley, Kern County
Mario Viveros, Kern County
Lynette B. Beurmann, Kern County
Clarence S. Davis, University of California
Eileen Paine, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 36(7):12-14.

Published July 01, 1982

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Soil-applied chemicals controlled pavement ant and southern fire ant, which have been causing increasing damage to almond crops.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

This project was partially funded by USDA:SEA, Smith-Lever Integrated Pest Management Funds, and by the Almond Board of California. The authors thank Blackwell Management Company, Kern Farming Company, Tejon Ranch, and Ybanez Orchards for their cooperation. The assistance of Leslie W. Barclay, William H. Olson, Toynette W. Johnson, and Carol K. Moriuchi is gratefully acknowledged.


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