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Population assessment of cotton bollworm in relation to pest control practices

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D. González, University of California
R. van den Bosch, Division of Biological Control
G. M. Orphanides, University of California
L. H. Dawson, University of California
C. White, Supervised Control Service

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California Agriculture 21(5):12-14.

Published May 01, 1967

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Abstract

Long-range studies on cotton bollworm were initiated to develop control recommendations relating damage potential to pest population density, environmental conditions, and the general economics of cotton production. Data from these preliminary studies indicate that the present criteria used in determining the economic threshold for cotton bollworm need to be re-evaluated. The data suggest that higher infestations of cotton bollworm may be tolerated than previously believed.

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Assistance with this study was received from Dr. T. Leigh, and Seiiores H. Black, C. Jackson, D. Muir, and J. Nichelsen.

Population assessment of cotton bollworm in relation to pest control practices

D. González, R. van den Bosch, G. M. Orphanides, L. H. Dawson, C. White
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Population assessment of cotton bollworm in relation to pest control practices

Share using any of the popular social networks Share by sending an email Print article
Share using any of the popular social networks Share by sending an email Print article

Authors

D. González, University of California
R. van den Bosch, Division of Biological Control
G. M. Orphanides, University of California
L. H. Dawson, University of California
C. White, Supervised Control Service

Publication Information

California Agriculture 21(5):12-14.

Published May 01, 1967

PDF  |  Citation  |  Permissions

Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Long-range studies on cotton bollworm were initiated to develop control recommendations relating damage potential to pest population density, environmental conditions, and the general economics of cotton production. Data from these preliminary studies indicate that the present criteria used in determining the economic threshold for cotton bollworm need to be re-evaluated. The data suggest that higher infestations of cotton bollworm may be tolerated than previously believed.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

Assistance with this study was received from Dr. T. Leigh, and Seiiores H. Black, C. Jackson, D. Muir, and J. Nichelsen.


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