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Control of Laelia coenosa candida Leeh and Chilo hyrax Bls., two major pests of reed, with Bacillus thuringiensis

, : Control of Laelia coenosa candida Leeh and Chilo hyrax Bls., two major pests of reed, with Bacillus thuringiensis. Chinese Journal of Biological Control 3(3): 127-128

Bacillus thuringiensis was found to be highly pathogenic to Laelia coenosa candida and Chilo hyrax pests of reed (Phragmites communis , in laboratory experiments.

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