Sex pheromone offers promise for control of artichoke plume moth
AuthorsKenneth F. Haynes
Martin C. Birch
Jerome A. Klun
Authors AffiliationsKenneth F. Haynes is N.S.F. Graduate Fellow, University of California, Davis; Martin C. Birch is Department Chair and Associate Professor of Entomology, University of California, Davis; Jerome A. Klun is Research Entomologist, USDA, SEA Agricultural Research, Beltsville, Maryland.
Hilgardia 35(1):13-14. DOI:10.3733/ca.v035n01p13. January 1981.
AbstractThe artichoke plume moth may be foiled by field-wide use of a synthetic sex pheromone to confuse male moths.
Haynes K, Birch M, Klun J. 1981. Sex pheromone offers promise for control of artichoke plume moth. Hilgardia 35(1):13-14. DOI:10.3733/ca.v035n01p13
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