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Orange tortrix on apricots: Marathon, less toxic than parathion, found effective against pest when used as a May spray for codling moth

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Harold F. Madsen, University of California
Arthur D. Borden, University of California
Robert E. Clark, University of California

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California Agriculture 7(12):7-8.

Published December 01, 1953

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Abstract

The orange tortrix has been a major pest of apricots in the Santa Clara Valley—and in other coastal apricot and deciduous fruit areas—for several years.

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The above progress report is based on Research Project No. 806.

Orange tortrix on apricots: Marathon, less toxic than parathion, found effective against pest when used as a May spray for codling moth

Harold F. Madsen, Arthur D. Borden, Robert E. Clark
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Orange tortrix on apricots: Marathon, less toxic than parathion, found effective against pest when used as a May spray for codling moth

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Authors

Harold F. Madsen, University of California
Arthur D. Borden, University of California
Robert E. Clark, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 7(12):7-8.

Published December 01, 1953

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

The orange tortrix has been a major pest of apricots in the Santa Clara Valley—and in other coastal apricot and deciduous fruit areas—for several years.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The above progress report is based on Research Project No. 806.


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