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Control of the live-wood tea termite Glyptotermes dilatatus using Heterorhabditis sp. (Nemat.)

, : Control of the live-wood tea termite Glyptotermes dilatatus using Heterorhabditis sp. (Nemat.). Agriculture Ecosystems and Environment, 194: 333-342

Glyptotermes dilatatus is the main pest of lowland-grown tea in Sri Lanka, affecting some 42 000 ha. The concealed way of life of the pest makes it difficult to control by chemical, classical biological or other conventional methods.

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Accession: 001554817

DOI: 10.1016/0167-8809(87)90060-0

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