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Horn fly resistance to pyrethroids

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Lorry L. Dunning, University of California
Walter H. Johnson
Ronald S. Knight
Edmond C. Loomis
Neil K. McDougald
P. Dean Smith
Charles B. Wilson

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California Agriculture 40(9):8-10.

Published September 01, 1986

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Abstract

Varying levels of resistance to pyrethroid cattle ear devices have been found in northern California.

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The authors are grateful to the following, who assisted in the field tests: cattlemen in the various counties for use of their cattle and facilities; N. Martin, Staff Research Associate, UC Sierra Foothill Range Field Station; C. Paddock, R. Suther and C. Roudebush, Laboratory Assistants, Extension Veterinary Medicine, UC Davis. The authors also wish to acknowledge the assistance of G.P. Georghiou, Professor of Entomology, UC Riverside, and S.E. Kuntz, Research Leader, USDA Livestock Insects Laboratory, Kerrville, TX.

Horn fly resistance to pyrethroids

Lorry L. Dunning, Walter H. Johnson, Ronald S. Knight, Edmond C. Loomis, Neil K. McDougald, P. Dean Smith, Charles B. Wilson
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Horn fly resistance to pyrethroids

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

Lorry L. Dunning, University of California
Walter H. Johnson
Ronald S. Knight
Edmond C. Loomis
Neil K. McDougald
P. Dean Smith
Charles B. Wilson

Publication Information

California Agriculture 40(9):8-10.

Published September 01, 1986

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Varying levels of resistance to pyrethroid cattle ear devices have been found in northern California.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The authors are grateful to the following, who assisted in the field tests: cattlemen in the various counties for use of their cattle and facilities; N. Martin, Staff Research Associate, UC Sierra Foothill Range Field Station; C. Paddock, R. Suther and C. Roudebush, Laboratory Assistants, Extension Veterinary Medicine, UC Davis. The authors also wish to acknowledge the assistance of G.P. Georghiou, Professor of Entomology, UC Riverside, and S.E. Kuntz, Research Leader, USDA Livestock Insects Laboratory, Kerrville, TX.


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