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Khapra beetle control studies: Preliminary results of tests with fumigants and dust give promise of effective treatments against destructive pest

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D. L. Lindgren, University of California
L. E. Vincent, University of California
H. E. Krohne, University of California

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California Agriculture 9(3):8-9.

Published March 01, 1955

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The State of California, by Quarantine Regulation 21, effective January 12, 1955, prohibits the removal from property infested with the Khapra beetle—Trogoderma granarium, Everts—of all materials that might help the spread of this insect which is so destructive to stored grain and grain products.

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Khapra beetle control studies: Preliminary results of tests with fumigants and dust give promise of effective treatments against destructive pest

D. L. Lindgren, L. E. Vincent, H. E. Krohne
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Khapra beetle control studies: Preliminary results of tests with fumigants and dust give promise of effective treatments against destructive pest

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Authors

D. L. Lindgren, University of California
L. E. Vincent, University of California
H. E. Krohne, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 9(3):8-9.

Published March 01, 1955

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

The State of California, by Quarantine Regulation 21, effective January 12, 1955, prohibits the removal from property infested with the Khapra beetle—Trogoderma granarium, Everts—of all materials that might help the spread of this insect which is so destructive to stored grain and grain products.

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