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Control of rice hispa


, : Control of rice hispa. Indian Farming 37(7): 37, 39

The distribution, biology, ecology and control (chemical and cultural) of the chrysomelid rice pest Dicladispa armigera in India and the nature of damage caused by this pest are described. Microbracon sp. and the eulophid Tetrastichus sp. parasitize larvae and pupae of D. armigera, but there is no specific biological control programme against this pest.

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