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Integrated chemical control of insects and biological control of mites on apple in Washington



Integrated chemical control of insects and biological control of mites on apple in Washington



J. econ. Ent 62: 74-86. bibl. 31



The effects are discussed of several pesticide programmes on the populations of the predacious mite Typhlodromus occidentalis and of various integrated programmes for the control of Tetranychus mcdanieli on apples. In integrated programmes with chemicals which conserve Typhlodromus occidentalis a cyclic predator: prey response developed if Tetranychus mcdanieli was the only food present for the predator.

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DOI: 10.1093/jee/62.1.74


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