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Sampling for California oakworm on landscape oaks

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W. Jan. A. Volney, University of California
Carlton S. Koehler, UC
Lloyd E. Browne, J. T. Baker Chemical Company
Leslie W. Barclay, UC
James E. Milstead, Division of Entomology and Parasitology
Vernard R. Lewis, Division of Entomology and Parasitology

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California Agriculture 37(9):8-9.

Published September 01, 1983

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Abstract

A simple device to collect larval droppings indicates oakworm activity.

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The authors thank B.A. Barr for assistance in field and laboratory experiments and Walter Vodden for his cooperation at Blake Garden. This work was funded in part by California Agricultural Experiment Station Project #3689H entitled “Biology and Dynamics of Forest Insect Populations”.

Sampling for California oakworm on landscape oaks

W. Jan. A. Volney, Carlton S. Koehler, Lloyd E. Browne, Leslie W. Barclay, James E. Milstead, Vernard R. Lewis
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Sampling for California oakworm on landscape oaks

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Authors

W. Jan. A. Volney, University of California
Carlton S. Koehler, UC
Lloyd E. Browne, J. T. Baker Chemical Company
Leslie W. Barclay, UC
James E. Milstead, Division of Entomology and Parasitology
Vernard R. Lewis, Division of Entomology and Parasitology

Publication Information

California Agriculture 37(9):8-9.

Published September 01, 1983

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

A simple device to collect larval droppings indicates oakworm activity.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The authors thank B.A. Barr for assistance in field and laboratory experiments and Walter Vodden for his cooperation at Blake Garden. This work was funded in part by California Agricultural Experiment Station Project #3689H entitled “Biology and Dynamics of Forest Insect Populations”.


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