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Studies on the effect of some granular contact insecticides on the roots of coffee seedlings



Studies on the effect of some granular contact insecticides on the roots of coffee seedlings



Journal of Coffee Research 10(1): 18-20



The results are presented of further studies in India on the possible phytotoxic effects of granular insecticides used to protect coffee plants being grown in polythene bags (see preceding abstract).

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