Fumigation controls microscopic mite attacking garlic
California Agriculture 14(12):9-10.
Published December 01, 1960
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A microscopic eriophyid mite—Aceria tidipae (Keifer)—causes virus-like symptoms on garlic: a distorting, twisting, and yellow and light-green streaking of the leaves. Severe attacks of this mite occurred in several California localities in 1960.