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Bud moth on prunes: Parathion found to be highly toxic to pest of increasing economic importance

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Arthur D. Borden, Experiment Station, Berkeley
Harold F. Madsen, Division of Entomology, Berkeley

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California Agriculture 2(10):11-11.

Published October 01, 1948

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Haavy damage to the prune crops of a number of Santa Clara Valley orchards has been caused by the bud moth—Spilonola ocellana—during the past few seasons.

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Bud moth on prunes: Parathion found to be highly toxic to pest of increasing economic importance

Arthur D. Borden, Harold F. Madsen
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Bud moth on prunes: Parathion found to be highly toxic to pest of increasing economic importance

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Authors

Arthur D. Borden, Experiment Station, Berkeley
Harold F. Madsen, Division of Entomology, Berkeley

Publication Information

California Agriculture 2(10):11-11.

Published October 01, 1948

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Haavy damage to the prune crops of a number of Santa Clara Valley orchards has been caused by the bud moth—Spilonola ocellana—during the past few seasons.

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