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The Egyptian alfalfa weevil: Pest established in localized areas in southern California closely related to alfalfa weevil in northern part of state

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H. T. Reynolds, University of California
L. D. Anderson, University of California
A. S. Deal, University of California

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California Agriculture 9(6):8-14.

Published June 01, 1955

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The Egyptian alfalfa weevil—Hypera brunneipennis (Boh.)—is causing economic losses in localized areas in Imperial and San Diego counties. Because it is damaging to crops in hot dry areas as well as in relatively cool, coastal localities, this pest poses a threat to all the alfalfa-and clover-producing districts in the state.

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The Egyptian alfalfa weevil: Pest established in localized areas in southern California closely related to alfalfa weevil in northern part of state

H. T. Reynolds, L. D. Anderson, A. S. Deal
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The Egyptian alfalfa weevil: Pest established in localized areas in southern California closely related to alfalfa weevil in northern part of state

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Authors

H. T. Reynolds, University of California
L. D. Anderson, University of California
A. S. Deal, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 9(6):8-14.

Published June 01, 1955

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

The Egyptian alfalfa weevil—Hypera brunneipennis (Boh.)—is causing economic losses in localized areas in Imperial and San Diego counties. Because it is damaging to crops in hot dry areas as well as in relatively cool, coastal localities, this pest poses a threat to all the alfalfa-and clover-producing districts in the state.

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Full text is available in PDF.

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