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Control of the tomato fruitworm, Heliothis armigera Hb. at different infestation levels in People's Democratic Republic of Yemen



Control of the tomato fruitworm, Heliothis armigera Hb. at different infestation levels in People's Democratic Republic of Yemen



Arab Journal of Plant Protection 4(2): 95-98



Tomatoes in the Yemen Democratic Republic are subject to attack by the noctuid Heliothis armigera which is usually controlled by applying carbaryl, tetrachlorvinphos and other insecticides when the percentage of infested fruits reaches 10.

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