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Bird damage to pistachios

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Terrell P. Salmon , Wildlife Extension
A. Charles Crabb, Crop Science Department
Rex E. Marsh, Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Biology

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California Agriculture 40(5):5-8.

Published May 01, 1986

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Abstract

Crows are the primary culprits followed by ravens and jays

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Review of early drafts of this paper by Dr. Louise Ferguson, Robert Schmidt, and Jerry Clark are appreciated. The authors gratefully acknowledge the funding and assistance provided by the California Pistachio Commission. The survey used in this study was UC #PEB84-22.

Bird damage to pistachios

Terrell P. Salmon, A. Charles Crabb, Rex E. Marsh
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Bird damage to pistachios

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Authors

Terrell P. Salmon , Wildlife Extension
A. Charles Crabb, Crop Science Department
Rex E. Marsh, Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Biology

Publication Information

California Agriculture 40(5):5-8.

Published May 01, 1986

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Crows are the primary culprits followed by ravens and jays

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

Review of early drafts of this paper by Dr. Louise Ferguson, Robert Schmidt, and Jerry Clark are appreciated. The authors gratefully acknowledge the funding and assistance provided by the California Pistachio Commission. The survey used in this study was UC #PEB84-22.


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