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Orange tree quick decline: Insects in citrus plantings studied as possible carriers

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R. C. Dickson
R. A. Flock
M. McD. Johnson

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California Agriculture 2(12):3-13.

Published December 01, 1948

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Abstract

The work on insects in relation to the spread of orange tree quick decline has heen going on since 1945. During this period it was determined which insects are found commonly in southern California citrus groves and over 750 transmission tests were conducted in an attempt to discover the vector.

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The above progress report is based upon Research Project No. 1370.

Orange tree quick decline: Insects in citrus plantings studied as possible carriers

R. C. Dickson, R. A. Flock, M. McD. Johnson
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Orange tree quick decline: Insects in citrus plantings studied as possible carriers

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Authors

R. C. Dickson
R. A. Flock
M. McD. Johnson

Publication Information

California Agriculture 2(12):3-13.

Published December 01, 1948

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

The work on insects in relation to the spread of orange tree quick decline has heen going on since 1945. During this period it was determined which insects are found commonly in southern California citrus groves and over 750 transmission tests were conducted in an attempt to discover the vector.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The above progress report is based upon Research Project No. 1370.


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