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Biological control of black scale in olives

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Kent M. Daane , University of California
Leopoldo E. Caltagirone, University of California

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California Agriculture 43(1):9-11.

Published January 01, 1989

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Abstract

Cultural practices that improve biological control of black scale in olive orchards are more common in northern than southern California orchards. A parasite of black scale, recently imported from Spain, has become established in northern orchards and may in time aid in black scale control.

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Funding for this research was provided by the California Olive Committee and the Division of Biological Control. The authors thank L. Ferguson, K, Hagen, C. Hill, C. Kennett, E. Kinsel, B. Krueger, M. Martin, F. Schiro, and S. Sibbett for assistance in project development and locating grower collaborators.

Biological control of black scale in olives

Kent M. Daane, Leopoldo E. Caltagirone
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Biological control of black scale in olives

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Authors

Kent M. Daane , University of California
Leopoldo E. Caltagirone, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 43(1):9-11.

Published January 01, 1989

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Cultural practices that improve biological control of black scale in olive orchards are more common in northern than southern California orchards. A parasite of black scale, recently imported from Spain, has become established in northern orchards and may in time aid in black scale control.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

Funding for this research was provided by the California Olive Committee and the Division of Biological Control. The authors thank L. Ferguson, K, Hagen, C. Hill, C. Kennett, E. Kinsel, B. Krueger, M. Martin, F. Schiro, and S. Sibbett for assistance in project development and locating grower collaborators.


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