Removal of DDT residue from pears, apples successfully accomplished by washing
Hilgardia 1(2):2-3. DOI:10.3733/ca.v001n02p2c. January 1947.
One of the important undertakings of the Division of Entomology and Parasitology during the past three years has been a detailed study of the use of DDT (dichloro, diphenyl,trich-loroethane) for control of codling moth under the various conditions that exist in pear orchards of the state.
Also in this issue:Agricultural outlook as of december, 1946
Future college of agriculture campus at Davis
Quick decline of oranges believed virus disease
Causes of poor water penetration in soils studied - - conclusions discussed
Research findings on effectiveness of DDT in the livestock industry in California
Boron deficiency in affected areas of the state readily supplied by simple treatment
Progress reported in search for effective control of bovine brucellosis
Role of enzymes in the commercial processing of fruits and vegetables
Continuous production of California timber can yield profitable returns
Abstracts of new publications
The antiscorbutic value of commercially concentrated orange juice