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Studies on the resistance of the principal Korean rice varieties to leaf hoppers and jassids



Studies on the resistance of the principal Korean rice varieties to leaf hoppers and jassids



Korean Journal of Plant Protection Han Kuk Sik Mul Bo Ho Hak Hoi Si 17(1): 53-63



Forty varieties and six lines were screened for resistance. Nilaparvata lugens showed little body-weight increase and a high rate of mortality on Mudgo alone and this was also the only variety to show resistance to Sogatella furcifera and moderate resistance to Nephotettix cincticeps.

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