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Biological control of insects: California's subtropical climate favors establishment of natural enemies of agricultural insect pests

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C. P. Clausen, University of Calilornia College of Agriculture

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California Agriculture 6(11):10-10.

Published November 01, 1952

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One third of the 100 or so insects introduced successfully into the continental United States for biological control, are established in California.

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Biological control of insects: California's subtropical climate favors establishment of natural enemies of agricultural insect pests

C. P. Clausen
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Biological control of insects: California's subtropical climate favors establishment of natural enemies of agricultural insect pests

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Authors

C. P. Clausen, University of Calilornia College of Agriculture

Publication Information

California Agriculture 6(11):10-10.

Published November 01, 1952

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Abstract

One third of the 100 or so insects introduced successfully into the continental United States for biological control, are established in California.

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