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Differential response of maize germplasms to shoot fly species (Atherigona soccata Rondani and A. naqvii Steyskal) under natural conditions



Differential response of maize germplasms to shoot fly species (Atherigona soccata Rondani and A. naqvii Steyskal) under natural conditions



Journal of Entomological Research 12(2): 160-165



In field plot studies conducted in India in 1987, the tolerance to natural infestations of Atherigona soccata and A. naqvii of 54 maize germplasms that were bred for moisture stress conditions together with 7 local maize lines from Andhra Pradesh, 31 'introductions' obtained from the National Bureau of Plant Genetic Resources in India and 5 check germplasms bred for irrigated conditions was evaluated.

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