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Systemic Insecticides Play Major Role in Research for: Integrated Pest Control in Cotton

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H. T. Reynolds, University of California
R. L. Metcalf, University of California
T. R. Fukuto, University of California

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California Agriculture 19(5):8-10.

Published May 01, 1965

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literally hundreds of chemicals have been evaluated for possible use as systemic insecticides in an extension research program aimed at integrated pest control for cotton. This research-sponsored and financed largely by the Cotton Producer's Institute-promises to reduce insect-caused crop losses and extra production costs for cotton estimated at nearly $300 million annually in the United States.

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Systemic Insecticides Play Major Role in Research for: Integrated Pest Control in Cotton

H. T. Reynolds, R. L. Metcalf, T. R. Fukuto
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Systemic Insecticides Play Major Role in Research for: Integrated Pest Control in Cotton

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Authors

H. T. Reynolds, University of California
R. L. Metcalf, University of California
T. R. Fukuto, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 19(5):8-10.

Published May 01, 1965

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

literally hundreds of chemicals have been evaluated for possible use as systemic insecticides in an extension research program aimed at integrated pest control for cotton. This research-sponsored and financed largely by the Cotton Producer's Institute-promises to reduce insect-caused crop losses and extra production costs for cotton estimated at nearly $300 million annually in the United States.

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