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Studies on the integrated control of citrus pests. I. Bionomics of citrus red mite and natural enemies



Studies on the integrated control of citrus pests. I. Bionomics of citrus red mite and natural enemies



Korean Journal of Plant Protection 17(1): 7-13



Observations were made on the Korean island of Cheju in 1973-76 on one of the major pests of citrus, Panonychus citri (McG.), with a view to the integrated control of this pest. Maximum populations of the mite were observed from mid-July to mid-August, but numbers were also high in September-November.

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