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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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