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Tedion: For control of European red mite on apples

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Harold F. Madsen, Experiment Station
Louis A. Falcon, University of California

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California Agriculture 16(5):13-14.

Published May 01, 1962

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Field trials have shown that Tedion is best used as a preventative spray, not as a curative treatment when mites are at treatment level. Seasonal programs should be planned for individual situations. If materials applied for other pests hold mites in check, Tedion can be used later in the season. If not, the material is best applied early, when weather conditions are less favorable for rapid mite increase.

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Tedion: For control of European red mite on apples

Harold F. Madsen, Louis A. Falcon
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Tedion: For control of European red mite on apples

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Authors

Harold F. Madsen, Experiment Station
Louis A. Falcon, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 16(5):13-14.

Published May 01, 1962

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Field trials have shown that Tedion is best used as a preventative spray, not as a curative treatment when mites are at treatment level. Seasonal programs should be planned for individual situations. If materials applied for other pests hold mites in check, Tedion can be used later in the season. If not, the material is best applied early, when weather conditions are less favorable for rapid mite increase.

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