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Fuchsia gall mite management

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Carlton S. Koehler, University of California
William W. Allen, Department of Entomological Sciences
Laurence R. Costello, San Mateo County

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California Agriculture 39(7):10-12.

Published July 01, 1985

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Abstract

Fuchsias highly susceptible to the mite require both pruning and spraying, but growing mite-resistant fuchsias is an alternative.

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The authors are grateful to P. L. Coville and D. L. Hayakawa for laboratory assistance; to T. M. Kretchun (Deciduous Fruit Field Station) and W. G. Vodden (Blake Garden) for assistance in maintaining plants; to R. Cevasco, J. Hines, Sr., C. R. Pulizzano, and E. Schwabecher for the donation of fuchsias; and to the San Jose Branch, American Fuchsia Society, for partial financial support.

Fuchsia gall mite management

Carlton S. Koehler, William W. Allen, Laurence R. Costello
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Fuchsia gall mite management

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

Authors

Carlton S. Koehler, University of California
William W. Allen, Department of Entomological Sciences
Laurence R. Costello, San Mateo County

Publication Information

California Agriculture 39(7):10-12.

Published July 01, 1985

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Fuchsias highly susceptible to the mite require both pruning and spraying, but growing mite-resistant fuchsias is an alternative.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The authors are grateful to P. L. Coville and D. L. Hayakawa for laboratory assistance; to T. M. Kretchun (Deciduous Fruit Field Station) and W. G. Vodden (Blake Garden) for assistance in maintaining plants; to R. Cevasco, J. Hines, Sr., C. R. Pulizzano, and E. Schwabecher for the donation of fuchsias; and to the San Jose Branch, American Fuchsia Society, for partial financial support.


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