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The vegetable leafminer on fresh market tomatoes in southern California

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Marshall W. Johnson , University of Hawaii
Earl R. Oatman, UC
Nick Toscano, UC
Steve C. Welter, San Diego State University
John T. Trumble, UC

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California Agriculture 38(1):10-11.

Published January 01, 1984

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Not available – first paragraph follows: Most of California's fresh market tomatoes, a crop valued at $161.1 million in 1981, are grown in San Diego, Orange, Ventura, San Joaquin, Merced, and Fresno counties. In southern California, growers may establish tomato plantings from early February through mid-July. Planting dates (spring, summer, fall) are influenced by the market, especially the spring and fall crops, which usually are more profitable.

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The vegetable leafminer on fresh market tomatoes in southern California

Marshall W. Johnson, Earl R. Oatman, Nick Toscano, Steve C. Welter, John T. Trumble
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The vegetable leafminer on fresh market tomatoes in southern California

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Authors

Marshall W. Johnson , University of Hawaii
Earl R. Oatman, UC
Nick Toscano, UC
Steve C. Welter, San Diego State University
John T. Trumble, UC

Publication Information

California Agriculture 38(1):10-11.

Published January 01, 1984

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Not available – first paragraph follows: Most of California's fresh market tomatoes, a crop valued at $161.1 million in 1981, are grown in San Diego, Orange, Ventura, San Joaquin, Merced, and Fresno counties. In southern California, growers may establish tomato plantings from early February through mid-July. Planting dates (spring, summer, fall) are influenced by the market, especially the spring and fall crops, which usually are more profitable.

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