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New acaricide for citrus mites: Chlorobenzilate formulations have low toxicity to warm-blooded animals but in tests gave effective control of mites on citrus

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L. R. Jeppson, University of California

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California Agriculture 9(6):11-11.

Published June 01, 1955

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Chlorobenzilate—ethyl p, p'-dichlorobenzilate—offers certain advantages in citrus pest control: it has a very low toxicity to warm-blooded animals which places it in the same category as Ovotran and Aramite; its application does not seriously affect insect parasites and predators or bees.

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New acaricide for citrus mites: Chlorobenzilate formulations have low toxicity to warm-blooded animals but in tests gave effective control of mites on citrus

L. R. Jeppson
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New acaricide for citrus mites: Chlorobenzilate formulations have low toxicity to warm-blooded animals but in tests gave effective control of mites on citrus

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L. R. Jeppson, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 9(6):11-11.

Published June 01, 1955

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Chlorobenzilate—ethyl p, p'-dichlorobenzilate—offers certain advantages in citrus pest control: it has a very low toxicity to warm-blooded animals which places it in the same category as Ovotran and Aramite; its application does not seriously affect insect parasites and predators or bees.

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