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Pest management in the urban forest

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Donald L. Dahlsten, University of California
Ann E. Hajek, Department of Entomological Sciences and Division of Biological Control
Daniel J. Clair, Department of Entomological Sciences and Division of Biological Control
Steve Dreistadt, Department of Entomological Sciences and Division of Biological Control
David L. Rowney, Division of Biological Control
Vernard R. Lewis, Department of Entomological Sciences

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California Agriculture 39(1):21-22.

Published January 01, 1985

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Abstract

Studies are focusing on pest biology and sampling methods to develop environmentally safe controls

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The work described here has been funded in part by the Elvenia J. Slosson Endowment Fund for Ornamental Horticulture and the California Departments of Forestry, Food and Agriculture, and Transportation. The authors gratefully acknowledge this support.

Pest management in the urban forest

Donald L. Dahlsten, Ann E. Hajek, Daniel J. Clair, Steve Dreistadt, David L. Rowney, Vernard R. Lewis
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Pest management in the urban forest

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Authors

Donald L. Dahlsten, University of California
Ann E. Hajek, Department of Entomological Sciences and Division of Biological Control
Daniel J. Clair, Department of Entomological Sciences and Division of Biological Control
Steve Dreistadt, Department of Entomological Sciences and Division of Biological Control
David L. Rowney, Division of Biological Control
Vernard R. Lewis, Department of Entomological Sciences

Publication Information

California Agriculture 39(1):21-22.

Published January 01, 1985

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Studies are focusing on pest biology and sampling methods to develop environmentally safe controls

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The work described here has been funded in part by the Elvenia J. Slosson Endowment Fund for Ornamental Horticulture and the California Departments of Forestry, Food and Agriculture, and Transportation. The authors gratefully acknowledge this support.


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