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High soil temperatures and pink bollworm: effects on larval mortality, pupation, and reproduction of adults from surviving larvae



High soil temperatures and pink bollworm: effects on larval mortality, pupation, and reproduction of adults from surviving larvae



Environmental Entomology, 113: 742-745



Exposure for 10 to 15 sec on the surface of soil heated to 68 deg C killed 89% of larvae of the pink bollworm, Pectinophora gossypiella, and reduced the reproduction of adults from surviving larvae. Exposure for 1 or 4 min to soil heated to 52 deg C had no significant effect on larval mortality, oviposition or hatch of eggs produced by adult moths from treated larvae.

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DOI: 10.1093/ee/11.3.742



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