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Cultural management of the navel orangeworm by winter sanitation

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Frank G. Zalom , University of California
Craig Weakley, Sacramento Valley and central San Joaquin Valley
Lonnie C. Hendricks
Walter J. Bentley, Kern, and Butte counties
William W. Barnett
Joseph H. Connell

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California Agriculture 38(3):28-28.

Published March 01, 1984

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Abstract

Not available – first paragraph follows: Larvae of the naval orangeworm infest almonds during and after hullsplit, rendering the nut meats unmarketable. The insect also damages other nut, fruit, and legume crops by invading dried or decayed fruit and occasionally by entering undamaged fruit.

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Author notes

This study was sponsored in part by the Almond Board of California and U.S. Department of Agriculture Extension Service Smith-Lever IPM Funds. The authors acknowledge the assistance of Thomas Aldrich and Rich Coviello, Farm Advisors in Colusa and Fresno counties, respectively.

Cultural management of the navel orangeworm by winter sanitation

Frank G. Zalom, Craig Weakley, Lonnie C. Hendricks, Walter J. Bentley, William W. Barnett, Joseph H. Connell
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Cultural management of the navel orangeworm by winter sanitation

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

Frank G. Zalom , University of California
Craig Weakley, Sacramento Valley and central San Joaquin Valley
Lonnie C. Hendricks
Walter J. Bentley, Kern, and Butte counties
William W. Barnett
Joseph H. Connell

Publication Information

California Agriculture 38(3):28-28.

Published March 01, 1984

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Not available – first paragraph follows: Larvae of the naval orangeworm infest almonds during and after hullsplit, rendering the nut meats unmarketable. The insect also damages other nut, fruit, and legume crops by invading dried or decayed fruit and occasionally by entering undamaged fruit.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

This study was sponsored in part by the Almond Board of California and U.S. Department of Agriculture Extension Service Smith-Lever IPM Funds. The authors acknowledge the assistance of Thomas Aldrich and Rich Coviello, Farm Advisors in Colusa and Fresno counties, respectively.


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