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Management of pest complex in Okra -a research summation


, : Management of pest complex in Okra -a research summation. Annals of Agri Bio Research 1(1/2): 37-45

An overview is given of insect pests found in India on okras during 2 cropping seasons (spring-summer and rainy season).

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