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Use of Living and Dying Mulches as Barriers to Protect Zucchini from Insect-caused Viruses and Phytotoxemias
|Title:||Use of Living and Dying Mulches as Barriers to Protect Zucchini from Insect-caused Viruses and Phytotoxemias|
|Authors:||Hooks, Cerruti R2|
Wright, Mark G.
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|Date Issued:||Jan 2008|
|Publisher:||University of Hawaii|
|Citation:||Hooks CR, Wright MG. 2008. Use of living and dying mulches as barriers to protect zucchini from insect-caused viruses and phytotoxemias. Honolulu (HI): University of Hawaii. 8 p. (Plant Disease; PD-36).|
|Abstract:||Cucurbit crops are affected by several insect-vectored virus disorders and phytotoxemias resulting from insect feeding. Results of a field experiment with zucchini in monoculture or interplanted with either a white clover living mulch or a buckwheat dying mulch are reported. The living mulch appeared more suitable in reducing aphid numbers and associated problems in the crop.|
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Plant Disease, 1997 - present|
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