AffiliationNatural Resources & the Environment, School of
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AbstractPrevention through thinning, irrigating and/or applying preventive insecticides are the best methods of protecting trees from bark beetles. Detecting evidence of infestation is important to determine if spraying will be effective. Correct insecticides when applied properly can be effective. Insecticide injections or systemics have not proven effective against bark beetles.
Series/Report no.University of Arizona Cooperative Extension Publication AZ1380
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