Vinegar fly in tomato fields: Series of experimental tests indicates solution of control problem may be in field treatments
California Agriculture 7(6):10-10.
Published June 01, 1953
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DDT and dieldrin have shown the most promise in experiments to control the vinegar fly—Drosophila melanogaster Meig.—on tomatoes. However, field investigations with insecticides have not progressed to a point where treatment recommendations can be made.