Tedion: For control of European red mite on apples
California Agriculture 16(5):14-14.
Published January 01, 1962
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Copper glycinate injections for control of molybdenum toxicity in livestock must be given at least twice (early and again at mid-season) during pasturing to be effective, according to Fresno County trials with beef and dairy cattle. The older method of adding copper sulphate to a self-fed mix was again proven satisfactory.