Parasitic nematode seeks out navel orangeworm in almond orchards
AuthorsJames E. Lindegren
Charles E. Curtis
George O. Poinar
Authors AffiliationsJames E. Lindegren, Stored-Product Insects Research Laboratory at Fresno; Charles E. Curtis are Research Entomologists for the SEA, USDA, Stored-Product Insects Research Laboratory at Fresno; George O. Poinar, Jr. is an Invertebrate Pathologist, Division of Entomology and Parasitology. U. C. Berkeley.
Hilgardia 32(6):10-11. DOI:10.3733/ca.v032n06p10. June 1978.
AbstractBecause the orangeworm-infested almond is not penetrable by most insecticides, a better solution to NOW infestation might be a biological control method. application of an entomophagous nematode.
Lindegren J, Curtis C, Poinar G. 1978. Parasitic nematode seeks out navel orangeworm in almond orchards. Hilgardia 32(6):10-11. DOI:10.3733/ca.v032n06p10
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