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Control of black currant gall mite


, : Control of black currant gall mite. Frugtavleren 15(4): 122-126

Results of a 3-year trial (1983-85) on the control of gall mite on cultivars Wellington and Rodknop are summarized. Data on the migration period are tabulated for each year. Buds that develop after migration are free from attack, except for the terminal bud, which becomes infested at an early stage. Chemical control is ineffective once mites have entered the buds, so it must take place during migration.


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