Mediterranean Fruit Fly Project

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Protocol

  • Study 145 Wofford, P. 1996. Protocol for Development of Methodologies to Measure Deposition Residues of SureDye Applied for Eradication of Mediterranean Fruit Fly.

Reports

  • EH 97-05, PDF (4.4 mb) Executive Summary Bradley, A., P. Wofford, R. Gallavan, P. Lee and J. Troiano. 1997. Environmental Monitoring Results of the Mediterranean Fruit Fly Eradication Program, Ventura County, 1994-1995.
  • EH 95-02 Ando, C., R. Gallavan, P. Wofford, A. Bradley, D. Kim, P. Lee, and J. Troiano. 1996. Environmental Monitoring Results of the Mediterranean Fruit Fly Eradication Program, Riverside County 1994.
  • EH 93-01, PDF (4.8 mb) Executive Summary, PDF (276 kb), Ando, C., J. Leyva, and C. Gana. 1993. Monitoring diazinon in the Mediterranean fruit fly eradication soil treatment program, Los Angeles County, California, 1992.
  • EH 91-04, PDF (821 kb) Turner, B., J. Waltham, and R.T. Segawa. 1991. Environmental Monitoring Results of the Mexican Fruit Fly Eradication Program, San Diego County, Spring 1990.
  • EH 91-03, PDF (6.9 mb) Segawa, R.T., J.A. Sitts, J.H. White, S.J. Marade, and S.J. Powell. 1991. Environmental Monitoring of Malathion Aerial Applications Used to Eradicate Mediterranean Fruit Flies in Southern California, 1990.
  • EH 82-01, PDF (6.8 mb) Oshima, R.J., L.A. Neher, T.M. Mischke,D.J. Weaver, and O.S. Liefson. 1982. A Characterization of Sequential Aerial Malathion Application in the Santa Clara Valley of California, 1981.
  • Memo Leyva, J. 1995. Removal of Malathion Residues from Lettuce for Medfly Eradication Projects.