New spider mite poses threat to California's solarnaceous crops
AuthorsE. R. Oatman
J. A. McMurtry
Authors AffiliationsE. R. Outman is Associate Entomologists, University of California, Riverside; C. A. Fleschner is Professor of Biological Control at the University of California, Riverside; J. A. McMurtry is Associate Entomologists, University of California, Riverside.
Hilgardia 21(10):10-12. DOI:10.3733/ca.v021n10p10. October 1967.
A new spider mite found inuthern California poses a threat to solanaceous crops. Preliminary studies in date that the species is highly destructive to tomatoes, potatoes, and eggpla-nightshade is a preferred native host and Black serves as a useful indication for determining distribution of the mite pest.
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