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Using Clovers as Living Mulches to Boost Yields, Suppress Pests, and Augment Spiders in a Broccoli Agroecosystem

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Title: Using Clovers as Living Mulches to Boost Yields, Suppress Pests, and Augment Spiders in a Broccoli Agroecosystem
Authors: Hooks, Cerruti R2
Pandey, Raju R.
Johnson, Marshall W.
Keywords: pest management
Hawaii
Brassica oleracea
live mulches
Trifolium repens
show 2 moreTrichoplusia ni
Plutella xylostella

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Issue Date: May 2007
Publisher: University of Hawaii
Citation: Hooks CR, Pandey RR, Johnson MW. 2007. Using clovers as living mulches to boost yields, suppress pests, and augment spiders in a broccoli agroecosystem. Honolulu (HI): University of Hawaii. 6 p. (Insect Pests; IP-27).
Series/Report no.: Insect Pests
27
Abstract: A field trial showed that it is possible to lower insect pest density while maintaining crop quality and yield by undersowing leguminous living mulches; white clover was best suited among the legumes tried in the broccoli planting.
Pages/Duration: 6 pages
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10125/12310
Appears in Collections:Insect Pests, 1997 - present



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