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Control of Lymantria monacha in Scots pine stands with nuclear polyhedrosis virus

Control of Lymantria monacha in Scots pine stands with nuclear polyhedrosis virus

Prace Instytutu Badawczego Lesnictwa, Poland (616/620): 55-65

Over 26 000 larvae were infected in the laboratory and raised for the production of aqueous emulsions of the virus Baculovirus efficiens for spraying. Observations during rearing showed first deaths occurring after 8-10 yr, 50% mortality at 2 wk and 100% at 4 wk after infection. Feeding intensity of infected larvae was similar to that of healthy larvae up to a few days before death when needle consumption fell by 10-15%.

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