Fly Control in Cattle Feedlots With Residual Sprays
AuthorsA. S. Deal
E. C. Loomis
J. B. Burgess
W. R. Bowen
Authors AffiliationsA. S. Deal is Extension Entomologist, University of California, Riverside; E. C. Loomis is Extension Parasitologist, U.C., Davis; J. B. Burgess is Farm Advisor, Lake County, formerly of Imperial County; W. R. Bowen is Laboratory Technician II, University of California, Riverside.
Hilgardia 19(9):6-7. DOI:10.3733/ca.v019n09p6. September 1965.
AbstractA spray rig with easily constructed booms to convey the hoses over fences can be used in the practical application of residual fly control chemicals to feedlots. Diazinon is the most effective and economical of the several materials tested in the Imperial Valley, where no significant resistance to the chemical has been observed thus far.
Deal A, Loomis E, Burgess J, Bowen W. 1965. Fly Control in Cattle Feedlots With Residual Sprays. Hilgardia 19(9):6-7. DOI:10.3733/ca.v019n09p6
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