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Symptomatology and pest infestation in Indian maize and its control. II - Pyrilla

, : Symptomatology and pest infestation in Indian maize and its control. II - Pyrilla. Pesticides 22(4): 31-32

The symptoms of damage to maize caused by the lophopids Pyrilla perpusilla and P. aberrans in India are described and notes are provided on their identification, biology and control.

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