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Control of the azolla pest Limnea natalensis with molluscicides of plant origin


, : Control of the azolla pest Limnea natalensis with molluscicides of plant origin. International Rice Research Newsletter 11(3): 27-28

In laboratory trials, Detarium heudelotianum bark powder at 0.25 g/litre and Balanites aegyptiaca nut and leaf powder at 0.75 g/litre or under, were most effective against Lymnaea natalensis on azolla.

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