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Chemical control of mites infesting grape-vine in Middle Egypt


, : Chemical control of mites infesting grape-vine in Middle Egypt. Bulletin of the Entomological Society of Egypt Economic79 1983; (11): 105-111

Tenuipalpus granati Sayed and Oligonychus vitis Zaher & Shehata are important pests of grape-vine in Middle Egypt, and their predators include Agistemus exsertus Gonzalez-Rodriguez, Amblyseius gossipi El Badry and Tydeus californicus (Banks). Field tests were carried out in Minia in the spring and summer of 1976 to evaluate the activity of various acaricides against all the species.


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