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Tedion: For control of European red mite on apples

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Richard N. Eide, Fresno County

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California Agriculture 16(5):14-14.

Published January 01, 1962

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Copper glycinate injections for control of molybdenum toxicity in livestock must be given at least twice (early and again at mid-season) during pasturing to be effective, according to Fresno County trials with beef and dairy cattle. The older method of adding copper sulphate to a self-fed mix was again proven satisfactory.

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Professional assistance from L. C. Witcosky, D.V.M., and K. L. Johnson, D.V.M., both of Fresno, is gratefully acknowledged.

Richard G. Jones, former Farm Advisor, Fresno County, conducted the beef trial in 1958–1959.

Farmer cooperators were Tony Mendes and Jerome Harlan, Jr.

Tedion: For control of European red mite on apples

Richard N. Eide
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Tedion: For control of European red mite on apples

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Richard N. Eide, Fresno County

Publication Information

California Agriculture 16(5):14-14.

Published January 01, 1962

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Copper glycinate injections for control of molybdenum toxicity in livestock must be given at least twice (early and again at mid-season) during pasturing to be effective, according to Fresno County trials with beef and dairy cattle. The older method of adding copper sulphate to a self-fed mix was again proven satisfactory.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

Professional assistance from L. C. Witcosky, D.V.M., and K. L. Johnson, D.V.M., both of Fresno, is gratefully acknowledged.

Richard G. Jones, former Farm Advisor, Fresno County, conducted the beef trial in 1958–1959.

Farmer cooperators were Tony Mendes and Jerome Harlan, Jr.


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