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Effect of foliar application of insecticide in infection period of soybean dwarf virus in kidney beans

, : Effect of foliar application of insecticide in infection period of soybean dwarf virus in kidney beans. Annual Report of the Society of Plant Protection of North Japan ( 44): 43-45

The greatest infection period of soybean dwarf luteovirus (SDV) in Phaseolus vulgaris was conc. in the 3 weeks from the middle of Jun. in the Tokachi district of Hokkaido, Japan. This period coincided with the migration of vector Aulacorthum solani alate.

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