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Controlling pacific flatheaded borer

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C. S. Davis, University of California
J. H. Black
K. W. Hench
C. V. Carlson

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California Agriculture 22(4):6-7.

Published April 01, 1968

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Abstract

Pacific flatheaded borer may be controlled on established deciduous fruit and nut trees with a preventive dieldrin spray when the application is made before eggs are deposited in the spring. However, this treatment is an expensive substitute for good cultural practices to keep the trees in healthy vigor and free from sunburn.

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Assistance with plot work was obtained from the following farm advisors: D. H. Chaney, C. A. Ferris, M. H. Gerdts, L. Hendricks, D. M. Irving, L. B. McNelly, G. R. Post, D. E. Ramos, A. H. Retan, and R. R. Sanborn. Aid in plot designs and statistical analysis was obtained from G. R. Rowe, Extension Economist, U. C., Berkeley.

Controlling pacific flatheaded borer

C. S. Davis, J. H. Black, K. W. Hench, C. V. Carlson
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Controlling pacific flatheaded borer

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

C. S. Davis, University of California
J. H. Black
K. W. Hench
C. V. Carlson

Publication Information

California Agriculture 22(4):6-7.

Published April 01, 1968

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Pacific flatheaded borer may be controlled on established deciduous fruit and nut trees with a preventive dieldrin spray when the application is made before eggs are deposited in the spring. However, this treatment is an expensive substitute for good cultural practices to keep the trees in healthy vigor and free from sunburn.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

Assistance with plot work was obtained from the following farm advisors: D. H. Chaney, C. A. Ferris, M. H. Gerdts, L. Hendricks, D. M. Irving, L. B. McNelly, G. R. Post, D. E. Ramos, A. H. Retan, and R. R. Sanborn. Aid in plot designs and statistical analysis was obtained from G. R. Rowe, Extension Economist, U. C., Berkeley.


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