IPM information delivery to pest control advisers
AuthorsMary Louise Flint
Authors AffiliationsMary Louise Flint is Extension Specialist, University of California Statewide IPM Project and Department of Entomology, UC Davis; Karen Klonsky is Extension Specialist, Department of Agricultural Economics, UC Davis.
Hilgardia 43(2):18-20. DOI:10.3733/ca.v043n02p18. March 1989.
The University of California's commitment to developing and encouraging the adoption of integrated pest management techniques over the past decade seems to be producing results. California pest control advisers surveyed looked to UC Cooperative Extension for information and were using many of the IPM techniques.
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