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Rice gall midge build up in resistant and susceptible rices

Rice gall midge build up in resistant and susceptible rices

Current Research, University of Agricultural Sciences, Bangalore 16(8): 108-110

Twenty-day-old rice seedlings of 4 varieties were caged with females of the cecidomyiid Orseolia oryzae in India. No new adults emerged less than 24 days after infestation, and there was a delay in emergence from IET 7008 and no emergence from IET 7009. Emergence was 52.5% from Bhavani, 28.5% from CO 42 and 2% from IET 7008.

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