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Control of nematodes and insects results in higher monetary return in sugarcane

, : Control of nematodes and insects results in higher monetary return in sugarcane. Revue Agricole et Sucriere de l' Ile Maurice 63(2-3): 233-237

In this paper, which was one of those read at the 8th Annual Congress of the Societe de Technologie Agricole et Sucriere de Maurice, the results are reviewed and discussed of over 100 worldwide tests for the control of nematode and insects pests of sugarcane.

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