Citrus pest management studies in Tulare County
AuthorsD. L. Flaherty
J. E. Pehrson
C. E. Kennett
Authors AffiliationsD. L. Flaherty is Farm Advisors, Agricultural Extension Service Tulare County; J. E. Pehrson is Farm Advisors, Agricultural Extension Service Tulare County; C. E. Kennett is Associate Specialist, Agricultural Experiment Station, Division of Biological Control, Albany, California.
Hilgardia 27(11):3-7. DOI:10.3733/ca.v027n11p3. November 1973.
Profitable citrus growing in the San Joaquin Valley involves successful risk analysis and the offsetting of perils resulting from overproduction, competition, frost, diseases and insect pests. Marketing difficulties are usually resolved through cooperative effort. Overcoming production risks requires problem-solving procedures applied to each orchard and crop.
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