Insecticides enhance spider mite reproduction
AuthorsThomas F. Leigh
Paul F. Wynholds
Authors AffiliationsThomas F. Leigh is Entomologist, U.C. Department of Entomology, stationed at the U. S. Cotton Research Station, Shafter, California; Paul F. Wynholds is Staff Research Associate, U.C. Department of Entomology, stationed at the U. S. Cotton Research Station, Shafter, California.
Hilgardia 34(10):14-15. DOI:10.3733/ca.v034n10p14. October 1980.
AbstractOrganophosphorus insecticides stimulated egg laying of mites reared on the treated cotton plants.
Leigh T, Wynholds P. 1980. Insecticides enhance spider mite reproduction. Hilgardia 34(10):14-15. DOI:10.3733/ca.v034n10p14
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