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Timing oil spray on valencias: Study indicates influence of application timing on effect of pest control oil spray on yield and juice of Valencias

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L. A. Riehl, University of California
R. T. Wedding, University of California
J. R. Rodriguez, University of California

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California Agriculture 10(10):3-12.

Published October 01, 1956

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Reductions in Valencia orange juice quality or yield are less likely to occur from applications of pest control oil spray in the late summer than at any other time of the year, according to a three-year investigation conducted in Orange County. Potential reduction of juice quality following the use of oil spray on citrus has assumed increased economic importance recently because larger volumes of the crop are going to the juice concentrates market.

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The complete text of the reports on which the above brief article is based was published in Journal of Economic Entomology 49 (3): 376–82. (June) 1956.

Timing oil spray on valencias: Study indicates influence of application timing on effect of pest control oil spray on yield and juice of Valencias

L. A. Riehl, R. T. Wedding, J. R. Rodriguez
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Timing oil spray on valencias: Study indicates influence of application timing on effect of pest control oil spray on yield and juice of Valencias

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Authors

L. A. Riehl, University of California
R. T. Wedding, University of California
J. R. Rodriguez, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 10(10):3-12.

Published October 01, 1956

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Reductions in Valencia orange juice quality or yield are less likely to occur from applications of pest control oil spray in the late summer than at any other time of the year, according to a three-year investigation conducted in Orange County. Potential reduction of juice quality following the use of oil spray on citrus has assumed increased economic importance recently because larger volumes of the crop are going to the juice concentrates market.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The complete text of the reports on which the above brief article is based was published in Journal of Economic Entomology 49 (3): 376–82. (June) 1956.


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