New spider mite poses threat to California's solarnaceous crops
E. R. Oatman, University of California
O. Fleschner, University of California
J. A. McMurtry, University of California
California Agriculture 21(10):10-12. DOI: 10.3733/ca.v021n10p10.
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A new spider mite found inuthern California poses a threat to solanaceous crops. Preliminary studies in date that the species is highly destructive to tomatoes, potatoes, and eggpla-nightshade is a preferred native host and Black serves as a useful indication for determining distribution of the mite pest.
E. R. Outman is Associate Entomologists, University of California, Riverside. C. A. Fleschner is Professor of Biological Control at the University of California, Riverside. J. A. McMurtry is Associate Entomologists, University of California, Riverside.