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Ant control in citrus groves: Argentine ant controlled for about six months by thorough spring application of chlordane spray

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Paul D. Gerhardt, University of California College of Agriculture

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California Agriculture 6(5):13-13.

Published May 01, 1952

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Ants—particularly Argentine ants—often interfere with the normal activities of beneficial insects attacking certain scale and mealybug pests. Therefore the chemical control of ants in citrus groves has sometimes been of value in encouraging the spread and multiplication of these beneficial insects.

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Ant control in citrus groves: Argentine ant controlled for about six months by thorough spring application of chlordane spray

Paul D. Gerhardt
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Ant control in citrus groves: Argentine ant controlled for about six months by thorough spring application of chlordane spray

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Paul D. Gerhardt, University of California College of Agriculture

Publication Information

California Agriculture 6(5):13-13.

Published May 01, 1952

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Abstract

Ants—particularly Argentine ants—often interfere with the normal activities of beneficial insects attacking certain scale and mealybug pests. Therefore the chemical control of ants in citrus groves has sometimes been of value in encouraging the spread and multiplication of these beneficial insects.

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