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Biological control of fiddleneck

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Dan James Pantone, University of California
Stephen M. Brown, Division of Nematology
Christopher Womersley, Department of Zoology, University of Hawaii

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California Agriculture 39(7):4-5.

Published July 01, 1985

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A nematode, a midge, and at least four fungi attack fiddleneck, a weed toxic to livestock.

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Biological control of fiddleneck

Dan James Pantone, Stephen M. Brown, Christopher Womersley
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Biological control of fiddleneck

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Authors

Dan James Pantone, University of California
Stephen M. Brown, Division of Nematology
Christopher Womersley, Department of Zoology, University of Hawaii

Publication Information

California Agriculture 39(7):4-5.

Published July 01, 1985

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

A nematode, a midge, and at least four fungi attack fiddleneck, a weed toxic to livestock.

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