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Aster yellows virus in celery: Spray treatment of natural breeding area of aster leafhopper controls spread of important virus disease to celery fields

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J. H. Freitag, University of California, Berkeley.
T. M. Aldrich, University of California.
R. M. Drake, San Luis Obispo County.

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California Agriculture 13(4):5-5.

Published April 01, 1959

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Annual losses as high as 30% –caused by aster yellows virus–have been cut to 5% by growers of the Arroyo Grande Valley of San Luis Obispo County who annually produce about 1,200 acres of celery valued at approximately $2.-500,000.

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The above progress report is based on Research Project No. H 657.

Aster yellows virus in celery: Spray treatment of natural breeding area of aster leafhopper controls spread of important virus disease to celery fields

J. H. Freitag, T. M. Aldrich, R. M. Drake
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Aster yellows virus in celery: Spray treatment of natural breeding area of aster leafhopper controls spread of important virus disease to celery fields

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Authors

J. H. Freitag, University of California, Berkeley.
T. M. Aldrich, University of California.
R. M. Drake, San Luis Obispo County.

Publication Information

California Agriculture 13(4):5-5.

Published April 01, 1959

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Annual losses as high as 30% –caused by aster yellows virus–have been cut to 5% by growers of the Arroyo Grande Valley of San Luis Obispo County who annually produce about 1,200 acres of celery valued at approximately $2.-500,000.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The above progress report is based on Research Project No. H 657.


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