Controlling pacific flatheaded borer
AuthorsC. S. Davis
J. H. Black
K. W. Hench
C. V. Carlson
Authors AffiliationsC. S. Davis is Extension Entomologist, University of California, Berkeley; J. H. Black is Farm Advisors, Kern County; K. W. Hench is Farm Advisors, Kern County; C. V. Carlson is Farm Advisor, Merced County.
Hilgardia 22(4):6-7. DOI:10.3733/ca.v022n04p6. April 1968.
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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Acala imperial a new cotton variety for southern California
Ten new walnut varieties released
Responses of feedlot heifers to MGA feeding and Synovex-h implanting
Effects of surface sediments on ground water recharge
Backhoe slots for orchard planting, and analysis of soil compaction and water penetration
Experimental studies on poisoning pocket gophers