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Efficacy of Two Bole-Injected Systemic Insecticides for Protecting Douglas-Fir From Damage by Douglas-Fir Tussock Moth and Fir Coneworm



Efficacy of Two Bole-Injected Systemic Insecticides for Protecting Douglas-Fir From Damage by Douglas-Fir Tussock Moth and Fir Coneworm



Western Journal of Applied Forestry 28(4): 166-169




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Accession: 064311932

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DOI: 10.5849/wjaf.13-002


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