Scales threaten iceplant in Bay Area
AuthorsDean R. Donaldson
Wayne S. Moore
Carlton S. Koehler
Johannes L. Joos
Authors AffiliationsDean R. Donaldson is Napa County Director, U.C. Berkeley; Wayne S. Moore is Staff Research Associate, U.C. Berkeley; Carlton S. Koehler is Urban Pest Management Specialist. U. C. Berkeley; Johannes L. Joos is Research Farm Advisor, North Coast Counties, all of Cooperative Extension.
Hilgardia 32(10):4-4. DOI:10.3733/ca.v032n10p4. October 1978.
AbstractSince 1971, scales on iceplant have been reported in eight Bay Area counties. Trials show that several substances control scales effectively.
Donaldson D, Moore W, Koehler C, Joos J. 1978. Scales threaten iceplant in Bay Area. Hilgardia 32(10):4-4. DOI:10.3733/ca.v032n10p4
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