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Ash bug control: Timing of application of insecticide important

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Robert L. Usinger, Experiment Station, Berkeley.

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California Agriculture 2(3):13-13.

Published March 01, 1948

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The most important insect enemies of the native Oregon Ash, and the commonly planted Arizona Ash, in California are plant bugs of the genus Neoborus and lace bugs of the genus Leptoypha.

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Ash bug control: Timing of application of insecticide important

Robert L. Usinger
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Ash bug control: Timing of application of insecticide important

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Authors

Robert L. Usinger, Experiment Station, Berkeley.

Publication Information

California Agriculture 2(3):13-13.

Published March 01, 1948

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Abstract

The most important insect enemies of the native Oregon Ash, and the commonly planted Arizona Ash, in California are plant bugs of the genus Neoborus and lace bugs of the genus Leptoypha.

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