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Avoidable losses due to earhead worms in sorghum hybrid CSH-5



Avoidable losses due to earhead worms in sorghum hybrid CSH-5



Sorghum Newsletter (29): 64



The avoidable losses due to earhead worms, including the noctuids Heliothis armigera and Eublemma silicula, on sorghum were determined in the field in Gujarat, India, during 1979. With one treatment with 0.2% carbaryl (Sevimol) avoidable losses of 21.99% were recorded, while with 0.05% quinalphos they were 34.29%. With 2 treatments avoidable losses were 13.48% for carbaryl and 51.80% with 0.01% fenvalerate.

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