Leafhoppers on silage corn
AuthorsR. W. Bushing
V. E. Burton
O. D. McCutcheon
H. S. Etchegaray
Authors AffiliationsRichard W. Bushing is Assistant Entomologist, Davis; Vernon E. Burton is Extension Entomology Specialist, Davis; O. D. McCutcheon are Farm Advisors, Kings County; Herbert S. Etchegaray are Farm Advisors, Kings County.
Hilgardia 29(9):11-12. DOI:10.3733/ca.v029n09p11. September 1975.
AbstractSince leafhopper populations on silage corn increase rapidly late in the season, early plantings are able to escape serious damage. Chemical control measures are svailable for areas where late plantings are necessary or lesirable. Leafhoppers have not been a pest every year.
Bushing R, Burton V, McCutcheon O, Etchegaray H. 1975. Leafhoppers on silage corn. Hilgardia 29(9):11-12. DOI:10.3733/ca.v029n09p11
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