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Cabbage Looper: A principal pest of agricultural crops in California

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

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California Agriculture 19(3):10-11.

Published March 01, 1965

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The cabbage looper causes economic losses to growers of a large variety of vegetable and field crops in California. The damage results principally from the caterpillars feeding on foliage. Studies of the biology of the cabbage looper, which are summarized in this article, are one segment of an intensive program underway to understand this pest and to develop better control methods.

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Cabbage Looper: A principal pest of agricultural crops in California

H. H. Shorey, R. L. Hale
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Cabbage Looper: A principal pest of agricultural crops in California

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Authors

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

Publication Information

California Agriculture 19(3):10-11.

Published March 01, 1965

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

The cabbage looper causes economic losses to growers of a large variety of vegetable and field crops in California. The damage results principally from the caterpillars feeding on foliage. Studies of the biology of the cabbage looper, which are summarized in this article, are one segment of an intensive program underway to understand this pest and to develop better control methods.

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