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Treatment of light brown apple moth (LBAM) in the Seaside area in California
Eradication of isolated populations of LBAM in California to control the spread of the pest is reviewed in the environmental assessment from the USDA APHIS (2007).
Finding of no significant impact treatment program for light brown apple moth (LBAM) in Santa Cruz and Northern Monterey
Proposed treatment of LBAM with pheromones in California counties was reviewed with a finding of no significant impact (USDA APHIS, 2007).
Treatment program for light brown apple moth (LBAM) in Santa Cruz and Northern Monterey counties, California
The environmental assessment of the anticipated impacts from pheromone treatment of LBAM in California counties was prepapred by USDA APHIS (2007).
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