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Aphid control on tomatoes in a hydroponic system

, : Aphid control on tomatoes in a hydroponic system. Acta Horticulturae (82): 137-139

Pirimicarb added to the culture solution to produce 6.3 p.p.m. eliminated Macrosiphum euphorbiae and some other aphids 3 days after application.

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