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Oak pit scales: Control possible with emulsion-type foliage oil and toxaphene spray

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A. Earl Pritchard, Experiment Station, Berkeley
Robert E. Beer, Experiment Station, Berkeley

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California Agriculture 4(4):9-14.

Published April 01, 1950

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Abstract

Oak pit scales are serious pests of oak trees in California. Terminal growth, branches, and smaller trees are often killed as a result of the feeding scales, and large trees may be weakened seriously. Experimental work indicates that oak pit scales may be controlled.

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The above progress report is based upon Research Project No. 1318.

Oak pit scales: Control possible with emulsion-type foliage oil and toxaphene spray

A. Earl Pritchard, Robert E. Beer
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Oak pit scales: Control possible with emulsion-type foliage oil and toxaphene spray

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Authors

A. Earl Pritchard, Experiment Station, Berkeley
Robert E. Beer, Experiment Station, Berkeley

Publication Information

California Agriculture 4(4):9-14.

Published April 01, 1950

PDF  |  Citation  |  Permissions

Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Oak pit scales are serious pests of oak trees in California. Terminal growth, branches, and smaller trees are often killed as a result of the feeding scales, and large trees may be weakened seriously. Experimental work indicates that oak pit scales may be controlled.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The above progress report is based upon Research Project No. 1318.


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