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Range rodent control by plane: Cereal bait scattered by plane at rate of one pound or less per acre prior to seeding effectively controls range rodents

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W. E. Howard, University of California
B. L. Kay, University of California
J. E. Street, University of California
C. F. Walker, University of California

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California Agriculture 10(10):8-9.

Published October 01, 1956

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Where sizable acreage is involved, aerial control of range rodents has several advantages over hand application of cereal baits.

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Farm Advisors Victor W. Brown, San Diego, and Carl W. Rimbey, Alturas; Deputy Commissioner James O. Brodeur and Inspectors Robert J. Buckner and Victor C. Clifton, San Diego; Agricultural Commissioner Loring White, Alturas; personnel of the U. S. Forest Service, Alturas and Descanso; John A. Lineman, U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Sacramento; ranchers Curt Massey, San Diego County, and Rob Flournoy in Modoc Cowty cooperated in the studies reported.

Range rodent control by plane: Cereal bait scattered by plane at rate of one pound or less per acre prior to seeding effectively controls range rodents

W. E. Howard, B. L. Kay, J. E. Street, C. F. Walker
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Range rodent control by plane: Cereal bait scattered by plane at rate of one pound or less per acre prior to seeding effectively controls range rodents

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Authors

W. E. Howard, University of California
B. L. Kay, University of California
J. E. Street, University of California
C. F. Walker, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 10(10):8-9.

Published October 01, 1956

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Where sizable acreage is involved, aerial control of range rodents has several advantages over hand application of cereal baits.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

Farm Advisors Victor W. Brown, San Diego, and Carl W. Rimbey, Alturas; Deputy Commissioner James O. Brodeur and Inspectors Robert J. Buckner and Victor C. Clifton, San Diego; Agricultural Commissioner Loring White, Alturas; personnel of the U. S. Forest Service, Alturas and Descanso; John A. Lineman, U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Sacramento; ranchers Curt Massey, San Diego County, and Rob Flournoy in Modoc Cowty cooperated in the studies reported.


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