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Assessment of avoidable field losses in cotton yield due to sucking pests and bollworms



Assessment of avoidable field losses in cotton yield due to sucking pests and bollworms



Indian Journal of Plant Protection 16(1): 37-40



A field trial was conducted to assess the avoidable field losses in yield of seed cotton due to sucking pests and bollworms for three years during 1980 to 1983 at Punjabrao Krishi Vidyapeeth, Akola [India]. The pooled results indicated that minimum losses were caused by sucking pests (4.6%), while maximum losses were caused by bollworms (51.3%). However, the total losses (52.9%) due to both the types of pests were more or less equal to the losses caused by bollworms only.

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