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Studies on methods of controlling the peach fruit moth, Carposina niponensis . II. Practical tests on the soil surface application of diazinon granules



Studies on methods of controlling the peach fruit moth, Carposina niponensis . II. Practical tests on the soil surface application of diazinon granules



Bulletin of the Akita Fruit Tree Experiment Station (10): 53-66



During the first adult emergence period very good control was obtained in a peach orchard by 2 soil surface applications of 3% diazinon granules + 2 foliar sprays, but when the moth population was low, one treatment of each kind gave good control. During the second adult emergence period good control was obtained by 1-2 soil applications plus 1-2 foliar sprays.

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