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Rapid spread of alfalfa pest: Spotted alfalfa aphid infests about of state's alfalfa acreage within two years after its discovery in California

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Ray F. Smith, University of California
John E. Swift, University of California
Jack Dibble, University of California

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California Agriculture 10(2):5-15.

Published February 01, 1956

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The worst pest of alfalfa ever to reach California has spread within two years to 33 alfalfa-producing counties.

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The spread of the aphid reported above has been followed by co-operative surveys conducted by the University of California, the State Department of Agriculture, and the County Farm Advisors and Agricultural Commissioners.

Rapid spread of alfalfa pest: Spotted alfalfa aphid infests about of state's alfalfa acreage within two years after its discovery in California

Ray F. Smith, John E. Swift, Jack Dibble
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Rapid spread of alfalfa pest: Spotted alfalfa aphid infests about of state's alfalfa acreage within two years after its discovery in California

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Authors

Ray F. Smith, University of California
John E. Swift, University of California
Jack Dibble, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 10(2):5-15.

Published February 01, 1956

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

The worst pest of alfalfa ever to reach California has spread within two years to 33 alfalfa-producing counties.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The spread of the aphid reported above has been followed by co-operative surveys conducted by the University of California, the State Department of Agriculture, and the County Farm Advisors and Agricultural Commissioners.


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