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Control of green peach aphid on peppers

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H. H. Shorey, University of California
R. L. Hale, University of California

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California Agriculture 17(12):10-11.

Published December 01, 1963

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The green peach aphid is attacked by a number of beneficial insect species which keep aphid densities suppressed much of the time. Increased resistance of the aphids to many commonly used organic phosphate insecticides has occurred. Intelligent use of selective insecticides, which destroy the pests but spare many beneficial insects, is one of the best approaches for green peach aphid control on peppers, according to these tests.

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Control of green peach aphid on peppers

H. H. Shorey, R. L. Hale
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Control of green peach aphid on peppers

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Authors

H. H. Shorey, University of California
R. L. Hale, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 17(12):10-11.

Published December 01, 1963

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

The green peach aphid is attacked by a number of beneficial insect species which keep aphid densities suppressed much of the time. Increased resistance of the aphids to many commonly used organic phosphate insecticides has occurred. Intelligent use of selective insecticides, which destroy the pests but spare many beneficial insects, is one of the best approaches for green peach aphid control on peppers, according to these tests.

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