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Development of Immature Stages of Black Turpentine and Ips Beetles in Paraquat-Treated Slash Pine

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Sixty-seven percent of the attacks by black turpentine beetles, Dendroctonus terebrans (Oliv.), and 86 percent of the attacks by Ips beetles (Ips spp.) were successful in Paraquat-treated slash pine for artificial lightwood induction. Unwounded check trees interspersed with the Paraquat-treated trees were not attacked by emerging adults. Wounded check trees were lightly attacked.
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Document Type: Journal Article

Affiliations: Cultural treatments researcher, International Paper Company, Southlands Experiment Forest, Bainbridge, Georgia

Publication date: 1978-02-01

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