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Integrating chemical control of mites with biological control of red scale



Integrating chemical control of mites with biological control of red scale



Calif. Citrogr 44: 205-9



Spray treatments with the acaricides Trithion, Delnav, Kelthane and Tedion against red and bud mites did not cause any significant upset in the relationship between the parasite, A phytis, and its host, the California red scale.

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