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An Unwelcome Guest in China: A Pine-Feeding MealybugAuthor(s): Jianghua Sun; Gary L. DeBarr; Tong-Xian Liu; C. Wayne Berisford; Stephen R. Clarke
Source: Journal of Forestry, Vol. 94, No. 10, October 1996.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionThis story began in January 1988. Two business representatives from the Seed Company of the Ministry of the Forestry, People's Republic of China, visited the Southern Seed Company in Baldwin, Georgia, during a seed-buying trip. Just before leaving, they collected 70 scions from slash pines (Pinus elliotti) in a second-generation seed orchard.
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CitationSun, Jianghua; DeBarr, Gary L.; Liu, Tong-Xian; Berisford, C. Wayne; Clarke, Stephen R. 1996. An Unwelcome Guest in China: A Pine-Feeding Mealybug. Journal of Forestry, Vol. 94, No. 10, October 1996.
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