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A midge predator of potato aphids on tomatoes

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Thomas M. Perring, University of California
Nick Toscano

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California Agriculture 40(11):9-10.

Published November 01, 1986

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It may be a valuable natural control

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The authors thank G.P. Walker and J.G. Morse for information regarding the insect biologies. This study was partially funded by the Western Region Pesticide Impact Assessment Program.

A midge predator of potato aphids on tomatoes

Charles A. Farrar, Thomas M. Perring, Nick Toscano
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A midge predator of potato aphids on tomatoes

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Authors

Thomas M. Perring, University of California
Nick Toscano

Publication Information

California Agriculture 40(11):9-10.

Published November 01, 1986

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

It may be a valuable natural control

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The authors thank G.P. Walker and J.G. Morse for information regarding the insect biologies. This study was partially funded by the Western Region Pesticide Impact Assessment Program.


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