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Organic Studies in the Rio Grande Valley 2010-2011

Detection and Identification of Philephedra tuberculosa on Cotton in South Texas: Southwestern Entomologist Science Note pg 465_466



Organic Transition

Studies managing pests in organic crops

  1. Insect pollinators (in process)
    • Scholarship student: South Texas College
    • Advances



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