Walnut varieties differ in susceptibility to codling moth damage
AuthorWilliam H. Olson
Author AffiliationsWilliam H. Olson is Farm Advisor, Cooperative Extension, Butte County.
Hilgardia 31(10):14-15. DOI:10.3733/ca.v031n10p14. October 1977.
Coding moth, Laspeyresia pomonella (Linn), is one of the most serious pests attacking walnuts, Yet many growers and researchers have observed that certain walnut varieties are more susceptible to coding moth damage than others.
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