Tobacco budworm invades Imperial Valley cotton
AuthorsRajinder K. Sharma
Nick C. Toscano
Harold T. Reynolds
Ralph M. Hannibal
William M. Quillman
Authors AffiliationsRajinder K. Sharma is Farm Advisor, University of California Cooperative Extension, Imperial County, El Centro. The following are at U.C., Riverside; Nick C. Toscano, Entomologist, Cooperative Extension, Division of Economic Entomology; Harold T. Reynolds, Professor, Division of Economic Entomology; Ken Kido, Staff Research Associate, Cooperative Extension; Ralph M. Hannibal, Staff Research Associate, Division of Economic Entomology; William M. Quillman is Senior Biologist, FMC Corporation, College Station, Texas.
Hilgardia 31(6):16-18. DOI:10.3733/ca.v031n06p16. June 1977.
Changes in production practices, as well as insecticides, should help control destructive budworm populations that have developed in late-season cotton.
Sharma R, Toscano N, Reynolds H, Kido K, Hannibal R, Quillman W. 1977. Tobacco budworm invades Imperial Valley cotton. Hilgardia 31(6):16-18. DOI:10.3733/ca.v031n06p16
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