Two-spotted mite control in walnuts
California Agriculture 22(6):12-13.
Published June 01, 1968
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The Two-Spotted Mite, Tetranychus urticae, has been very difficult to control during the past three hot summers. Walnut growers in Merced County, as well as in many other interior valley counties, have experienced early loss of leaves from walnut trees, sunburning of nuts and limbs, and problems with leaves on the ground at harvest.