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Resistance to the twospotted spider mite in certain Gossypium hirsutum races, Gossypium species, and glanded-glandless counterpart cottons

Resistance to the twospotted spider mite in certain Gossypium hirsutum races, Gossypium species, and glanded-glandless counterpart cottons

Journal of Economic Entomology 65(4): 1108-1110

In greenhouse tests in Mississippi, the resistance of 24 species of Gossypium, 21 races of Gossypium hirsutum, and 12 glanded and glandless pairs and 4 high-gossypol breeding lines of Gossypium varieties to Tetranychus urticae Koch was evaluated by the technique of M.F. Schuster & others (cf. preceding abstract). The most resistant species were found to be G. barbadense, G. australe and G. lobatum.

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