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Against the Transcaucasian scale


, : Against the Transcaucasian scale. Zashchita Rastenii Moskva (12): 41-42

Field trials carried out in the Azerbaijan SSR, USSR, showed that Bi 58 and Anthio both applied at 2 litres/ha, were highly effective (96-97 and 98%, respectively) against the Transcaucasian scale on grapevine.


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