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Research targets weeds, maggots and white rot

Issue Date: October 8, 2014
By Lisa Lieberman

Three of the most common problems most California onion growers face are white rot, weed control and maggots. Some of these issues have been compounded by reports of resistance to commonly used insecticides. Researchers, however, are in the process of experimenting with new materials and timings to control some of these problems.

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