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Research on cereal crop biocoenoses. I. -- Long-term incidence of maize--wheat rotations on the population levels of insect pests

Research on cereal crop biocoenoses. I. -- Long-term incidence of maize--wheat rotations on the population levels of insect pests

Agronomie 2(4): 373-378

A study was carried out in the Paris Basin, France, between 1974 and 1980 on the effects of long-term maize--wheat rotations on the population levels of insect pests, using yellow and pitfall traps. Some 100 000 insects belonging to some 800 species or groups of species were caught per year in each field, of which only 5% were cereal pests. The other 95% were either entomophagous or detritiphagous. Of the 800 species, 180 were present each year and represented 97% of the total caught.

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