Navel orangeworm control through early harvest
AuthorsW. H. Olson
L. C. Hendricks
G. S. Sibbett
C. S. Davis
D. E. Ramos
Authors AffiliationsW. H. Olson is Farm Advisor, Butte County; L. C. Hendricks is Farm Adwisor, Merced County; G. S. Sibbett is Farm Adwisor, Tulare County; C. S. Davis is Extension Entomologist, University of California, Berkeley; D. E. Ramos is Extension Pornologist, University of California, Davis.
Hilgardia 29(9):3-3. DOI:10.3733/ca.v029n09p3. September 1975.
Timing walnut harvest so that nuts are removed as soon as kernels are mature is an important concept both in terms of kernel quality and in the prevention of insect damage, particularly that from navel orangeworm.
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