Integrated control of grape pests: Effectiveness of cryolite and standard lead arsenate against the omnivorous leaf roller
AuthorsM. T. Ali Niazee
C. D. Lynn
E. M. Stafford
D. A. Luvisi
Authors AffiliationsM. T. Ali Niazee is Post-Doctoral Research Entomologist, University of California, Davis; C. D. Lynn is County Director, Tulare County; E. M. Staford is Professor of Entomology, U. C., Davis; D. A. Luvisi is Farm Advisor, Kern County.
Hilgardia 24(12):8-10. DOI:10.3733/ca.v024n12p8. December 1970.
The use of cryolite and lead arsenate for the control of early season infestations of omnivorous leaf roller on grapes has many advantages and a great potential. It is estimated that during a year of light to moderate population, one or two early season applications of cryolite or lead arsenate may provide effective and economical control of OLR throughout the season.
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