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Experimental acaricides tested for control of spider mites on field corn on two San Joaquin Delta islands

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O. G. Bacon, University of California
J. E. Swift, University of California
R. S. Baskett, University of California
Torrey Lyons, University of California

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California Agriculture 15(9):10-11.

Published September 01, 1961

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Spider mites attack field corn in most corn growing areas of California. In the interior valleys, and especially in the San Joaquin Delta region, the mite populations become so abundant in some years that they may cause premature drying of the foliage.

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Experimental acaricides tested for control of spider mites on field corn on two San Joaquin Delta islands

O. G. Bacon, J. E. Swift, R. S. Baskett, Torrey Lyons
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Experimental acaricides tested for control of spider mites on field corn on two San Joaquin Delta islands

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Authors

O. G. Bacon, University of California
J. E. Swift, University of California
R. S. Baskett, University of California
Torrey Lyons, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 15(9):10-11.

Published September 01, 1961

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Spider mites attack field corn in most corn growing areas of California. In the interior valleys, and especially in the San Joaquin Delta region, the mite populations become so abundant in some years that they may cause premature drying of the foliage.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

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