Evaluation of insecticides for a grape IPM program
AuthorsWilliam L. Peacock
Donald L. Flaherty
Marjorie A. Hoy
Dennis J. Culver
Authors AffiliationsWilliam L. Peacock is Farm Advisors. Cooperative Extension. Tulare County; Donald L. Flaherty is Farm Advisors. Cooperative Extension. Tulare County; Marjorie A. Hoy is Assistant Professor and Entomologist. Department of Entomological Sciences, UC. Berkeley; Dennis J. Culver is Assistant Field Experimentalist, ICI United States Inc., Visalia.
Hilgardia 32(12):10-11. DOI:10.3733/ca.v032n12p10. December 1978.
AbstractIn tests conducted in Tulare County, permethrin and methomyl were found to have adverse effects on beneficial non-target populations.
Peacock W, Flaherty D, Hoy M, Culver D. 1978. Evaluation of insecticides for a grape IPM program. Hilgardia 32(12):10-11. DOI:10.3733/ca.v032n12p10
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