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October 1965
Volume 19, Number 10

Research articles

Controlling: Ceratocystis canker of stone fruit trees
by J. E. Devay, F. L. Lukezic, W. H. English, W. J. Moller, B. W. Parkinson
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Milk flavor unaffected by Plastic Baler Twine
by T. A. Nickerson, R. L. Baldwin
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New Low Intensity Ultraviolet Light Trap For Detection of Codling Moth Activity
by M. M. Barnes, M. J. Wargo, R. L. Baldwin
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Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: timing of insecticide sprays can be improved if direct information is available on insect activity in crop plantings. In apple, pear, and walnut orchards, detection of the activity of the adult stage of the codling moth is required for optimum use of insecticides. Many insecticides used for codling moth control are most effective for direct and residual action against the moth stage, but knowledge of moth activity is important regardless of the stage of the insect against which the insecticide is effective.
Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: timing of insecticide sprays can be improved if direct information is available on insect activity in crop plantings. In apple, pear, and walnut orchards, detection of the activity of the adult stage of the codling moth is required for optimum use of insecticides. Many insecticides used for codling moth control are most effective for direct and residual action against the moth stage, but knowledge of moth activity is important regardless of the stage of the insect against which the insecticide is effective.
The present status of … Housefly Resistance to Insecticides … in california
by G. P. Georghiou, W. R. Bowen, E. C. Loomis, A. S. Deal
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Investigations of processes in Avocado fruit ripening
by E. Bogin, A. Wallace
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Germplasm available for new flax varieties …: With different types of oil
by D. M. Yermanos, S. C. Hemstreet
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Irrigation Pumping Lifts in the San Joaquin Valley
by C. V. Moore, J. H. Snyder
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October 1965
Volume 19, Number 10

Research articles

Controlling: Ceratocystis canker of stone fruit trees
by J. E. Devay, F. L. Lukezic, W. H. English, W. J. Moller, B. W. Parkinson
Full text HTML  | PDF  
Milk flavor unaffected by Plastic Baler Twine
by T. A. Nickerson, R. L. Baldwin
Full text HTML  | PDF  
New Low Intensity Ultraviolet Light Trap For Detection of Codling Moth Activity
by M. M. Barnes, M. J. Wargo, R. L. Baldwin
| Full text HTML  | PDF  
Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: timing of insecticide sprays can be improved if direct information is available on insect activity in crop plantings. In apple, pear, and walnut orchards, detection of the activity of the adult stage of the codling moth is required for optimum use of insecticides. Many insecticides used for codling moth control are most effective for direct and residual action against the moth stage, but knowledge of moth activity is important regardless of the stage of the insect against which the insecticide is effective.
Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: timing of insecticide sprays can be improved if direct information is available on insect activity in crop plantings. In apple, pear, and walnut orchards, detection of the activity of the adult stage of the codling moth is required for optimum use of insecticides. Many insecticides used for codling moth control are most effective for direct and residual action against the moth stage, but knowledge of moth activity is important regardless of the stage of the insect against which the insecticide is effective.
The present status of … Housefly Resistance to Insecticides … in california
by G. P. Georghiou, W. R. Bowen, E. C. Loomis, A. S. Deal
Full text HTML  | PDF  
Investigations of processes in Avocado fruit ripening
by E. Bogin, A. Wallace
Full text HTML  | PDF  
Germplasm available for new flax varieties …: With different types of oil
by D. M. Yermanos, S. C. Hemstreet
Full text HTML  | PDF  
Irrigation Pumping Lifts in the San Joaquin Valley
by C. V. Moore, J. H. Snyder
Full text HTML  | PDF  

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