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Shot-hole borer control problem one of management

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Leslie M. Smith

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California Agriculture 1(12):1-3.

Published November 01, 1947

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Late in the fall, in dry years, trees injured by the shot-hole borer are bedecked with large masses of gum which have been accumulating throughout the summer. The gum masses reach their greatest total just at the start of the fall rains.

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Shot-hole borer control problem one of management

Leslie Smith
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Shot-hole borer control problem one of management

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Authors

Leslie M. Smith

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California Agriculture 1(12):1-3.

Published November 01, 1947

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Abstract

Late in the fall, in dry years, trees injured by the shot-hole borer are bedecked with large masses of gum which have been accumulating throughout the summer. The gum masses reach their greatest total just at the start of the fall rains.

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