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Variation in tobacco looper (Chrysodeixis argentifera (Guenee)) (Lepidoptera : Noctuidae) infestations on ten flue-cured tobacco breeding lines



Variation in tobacco looper (Chrysodeixis argentifera (Guenee)) (Lepidoptera : Noctuidae) infestations on ten flue-cured tobacco breeding lines



Journal of the Australian Institute of Agricultural Science 46(2): 129-130



In ten lines tolerant of Peronospora tabacina tested in 1975, there were no significiant differences in oviposition by Ch. argentifera. Two lines had greater infestations of larvae per plant than the remainder and one of these also had the most pupae.

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