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Orchard and plant management affect control of navel orangeworm on walnuts in northern California

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A. E. Michelbacher, University of California
Clarence Davis, University of California

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California Agriculture 15(9):12-13.

Published September 01, 1961

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Abstract

No effective spray program against the navel orangeworm—Pararnyehis transitella (Walker)—has been perfected. Therefore, control is dependent on orchard and plant management because the insect, primarily a scavenger, is capable of attacking sound walnuts after the husks have cracked.

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The insect fungus—Beauveria bassiana—was identified by Edward A. Steinhaus, Professor of Insect Pathology, University of California, Berkeley.

Orchard and plant management affect control of navel orangeworm on walnuts in northern California

A. E. Michelbacher, Clarence Davis
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Orchard and plant management affect control of navel orangeworm on walnuts in northern California

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Share using any of the popular social networks Share by sending an email Print article

Authors

A. E. Michelbacher, University of California
Clarence Davis, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 15(9):12-13.

Published September 01, 1961

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

No effective spray program against the navel orangeworm—Pararnyehis transitella (Walker)—has been perfected. Therefore, control is dependent on orchard and plant management because the insect, primarily a scavenger, is capable of attacking sound walnuts after the husks have cracked.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The insect fungus—Beauveria bassiana—was identified by Edward A. Steinhaus, Professor of Insect Pathology, University of California, Berkeley.


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