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Biological Control of Navel Orangeworms Attacking Walnuts. (84WA002)
Program UC IPM competitive research grants program
Principal
investigator
E.F. Legner, Biological Control, UC Riverside
Host/habitat Walnuts; Tree Crops
Pest Navel Orangeworm
Discipline Entomology
Beneficial
organism
Unspecified
Review
panel
Walnuts
Start year (duration)  1984 (One Year)
Objectives Study the effects of field released natural enemies on the control of navel orangeworm in walnuts in the Central Valley of California.

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