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Network of observation plots with different levels of phytosanitary protection in cotton crops

, : Network of observation plots with different levels of phytosanitary protection in cotton crops. Entomophaga 27(Special Issue): 11-20

A network of cotton plots has been set up in several African countries, including Central African Republic, Upper Volta, Benin, Mali, Togo, Chad, Cameroon and Senegal, where the level of infestation by pests, including arthropods, is studied in plots left untreated, in plots receiving the treatment 'standard' for the area, and in plots receiving at least double the standard protection.

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