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Seasonal incidence and possible control of important insect pests in plantations of Ailanthus triphysa


, : Seasonal incidence and possible control of important insect pests in plantations of Ailanthus triphysa. KFRI Research Report (39): v + 42

The two major pests noticed in plantations of A. triphysa in Kerala were Atteva fabriciella and Eligma narcissus.

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