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Title
15th Annual Almond Research Conference: Project No. 87-A8 - insect and mite research navel orangeworm and carob moth pheromones orangeworm attractants
Creator
Phelan, P. Larry
Baker, Thomas C.
Van Steenwyk, R. A. (Robert)
Youngman, Rod
Roelofa, Caryn
Date Created and/or Issued
1987-12-01
Contributing Institution
UC Merced, UC Cooperative Extension Archive
Collection
Merced County, UC Cooperative Extension Records
Rights Information
Copyrighted
Copyright belongs to the Regents of the University of California. Use of the materials beyond that allowed by fair use or by any Creative Commons licenses assigned requires the written permission of the copyright owner(s). For further information, please contact the University of California, Merced Library at library@ucmerced.edu.
Rights Holder and Contact
Regents of the University of California
Description
Funding: Digitization funded in part by a National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC) Major initiatives Grant (RM-100281) awarded to the University of California, Merced Library.
Type
text
Format
2 numbered pages
Form/Genre
Document
Identifier
UCCE_MER_085_011_014
Language
English
eng
Subject
navel orangeworm
mating disruption
Place
Fresno (county)
California (state)
Relation
Series 5 Lonnie Hendricks Files; Subseries 2 Almonds
Location
Box 085, Folder 011

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