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Assessment of avoidable loss due to bollworms in cotton



Assessment of avoidable loss due to bollworms in cotton



Indian Journal of Plant Protection 14(2): 83-85



Avoidable losses in cotton due to bollworms (Pectinophora gossypiella, Earias spp. and Heliothis armigera were estimated using various synthetic pyrethroids in a study in Punjab, India, in 1979-83.

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