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The effect of water temperature of paddy field on the population of rice stem borer (Chilo suppressalis Walker)



The effect of water temperature of paddy field on the population of rice stem borer (Chilo suppressalis Walker)



Plant Protection Bulletin, Taiwan 10(1): 59-65



In field studies on Chilo suppressalis (Wlk.) on rice in Taiwan, natural mortality of the larvae ranged up to 56.1% in late July and 51.2% in early August. The temperature of the water in the rice-fields during these periods ranged up to 35.6 deg C and 36.6 deg C, respectively, and it is thought that the high temperature of the water is the main factor accounting for the sudden decrease in populations of the borer in July-August.

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