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Lettuce root aphid: Value of a preplanting soil treatment with parathion proven by tests in 1956

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W. H. Lange, University of California
L. C. Benson, University of California
D. C. Force, University of California
A. A. Grigarick, University of California
N. F. McCalley, University of California

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California Agriculture 11(5):7-15.

Published May 01, 1957

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Abstract

For the first time, a practical and economical means of controlling the European lettuce root aphid—Pemphigus bursarius (L.)—seems to be available for commercial use.

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The analyses for the presence of parathion were made by Professor W. M. Hoskins and the Insect Toxicology Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley.

Lettuce root aphid: Value of a preplanting soil treatment with parathion proven by tests in 1956

W. H. Lange, L. C. Benson, D. C. Force, A. A. Grigarick, N. F. McCalley
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Lettuce root aphid: Value of a preplanting soil treatment with parathion proven by tests in 1956

Share using any of the popular social networks Share by sending an email Print article
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Authors

W. H. Lange, University of California
L. C. Benson, University of California
D. C. Force, University of California
A. A. Grigarick, University of California
N. F. McCalley, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 11(5):7-15.

Published May 01, 1957

PDF  |  Citation  |  Permissions

Author Affiliations show

Abstract

For the first time, a practical and economical means of controlling the European lettuce root aphid—Pemphigus bursarius (L.)—seems to be available for commercial use.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The analyses for the presence of parathion were made by Professor W. M. Hoskins and the Insect Toxicology Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley.


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