Pesticides may reduce lettuce yield
AuthorsFrank V. Sances
Nick C. Toscano
Marshall W. Johnson
Larry F. LaPré
Authors AffiliationsFrank V. Sances, former Post-graduate Research Assistant, University of California, Riverside, is now head of Pacific Agricultural Laboratories, San Diego; Nick C. Toscano is Extension Entomologist, U.C., Riverside; Marshall W. Johnson is Post-graduate Research Assistant, U.C., Riverside; Larry F. LaPré is a private environmental consultant.
Hilgardia 35(11):4-5. DOI:10.3733/ca.v035n11p4. November 1981.
AbstractInsecticides tested on lettuce as weekly or twice- weekly preventive treatments reduced yields by affecting plant physiology.
Sances F, Toscano N, Johnson M, LaPré L. 1981. Pesticides may reduce lettuce yield. Hilgardia 35(11):4-5. DOI:10.3733/ca.v035n11p4
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