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New findings on pistachio problems

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Richard Rice , Department of Entomology, University of California
Jerry K. Uyemoto, Department of Plant Pathology
Joseph M. Ogawa, Department of Plant Pathology
Wynette M. Pemberton, Department of Plant Pathology

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California Agriculture 39(1):15-18.

Published January 01, 1985

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Abstract

A little over a year ago, the leaffooted bug (on the cover) was, for the first time, implicated in epicarp lesion of pistachios. Now it has been learned that several other species of true bugs can also cause some pistachio nut disorders. A fungus is the culprit in other cases. Still others remain a mystery. Cover photo by Jack Kelly Clark.

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This research was supported in part by financial assistance from the Pistachio Commission of California. The cooperation of pistachio growers, processors, farm advisors, and other technical personnel is gratefully appreciated. Several of the photographs were taken by Jack Kelly Clark, Visual Media, UC Davis.

New findings on pistachio problems

Richard Rice, Jerry K. Uyemoto, Joseph M. Ogawa, Wynette M. Pemberton
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New findings on pistachio problems

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

Richard Rice , Department of Entomology, University of California
Jerry K. Uyemoto, Department of Plant Pathology
Joseph M. Ogawa, Department of Plant Pathology
Wynette M. Pemberton, Department of Plant Pathology

Publication Information

California Agriculture 39(1):15-18.

Published January 01, 1985

PDF  |  Citation  |  Permissions

Author Affiliations show

Abstract

A little over a year ago, the leaffooted bug (on the cover) was, for the first time, implicated in epicarp lesion of pistachios. Now it has been learned that several other species of true bugs can also cause some pistachio nut disorders. A fungus is the culprit in other cases. Still others remain a mystery. Cover photo by Jack Kelly Clark.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

This research was supported in part by financial assistance from the Pistachio Commission of California. The cooperation of pistachio growers, processors, farm advisors, and other technical personnel is gratefully appreciated. Several of the photographs were taken by Jack Kelly Clark, Visual Media, UC Davis.


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