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Flare-up of oriental fruit moth: Costly outbreak of pest of peach orchards in 1954 resulted in co-operative research in 1955 to develop control program

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F. M. Summers, University of California
L. C. Brown, University of California
J. H. Foott, University of California
J. L. Quail, University of California

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California Agriculture 10(1):6-12.

Published January 01, 1956

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An outbreak of Oriental fruit moth— not Oriental fruit fly—caused appreciable crop damage in a small number of peach orchards near Kingsburg during the harvest of 1954. This was the first damaging flare-up of Oriental fruit moth —OFM—in the main peach belt of California.

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The above progress report is bused on Research Project No. 1348.

Flare-up of oriental fruit moth: Costly outbreak of pest of peach orchards in 1954 resulted in co-operative research in 1955 to develop control program

F. M. Summers, L. C. Brown, J. H. Foott, J. L. Quail
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Flare-up of oriental fruit moth: Costly outbreak of pest of peach orchards in 1954 resulted in co-operative research in 1955 to develop control program

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Authors

F. M. Summers, University of California
L. C. Brown, University of California
J. H. Foott, University of California
J. L. Quail, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 10(1):6-12.

Published January 01, 1956

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

An outbreak of Oriental fruit moth— not Oriental fruit fly—caused appreciable crop damage in a small number of peach orchards near Kingsburg during the harvest of 1954. This was the first damaging flare-up of Oriental fruit moth —OFM—in the main peach belt of California.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The above progress report is bused on Research Project No. 1348.


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