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Survival of overwintering sorghum midge in relation to crop residue destruction



Survival of overwintering sorghum midge in relation to crop residue destruction



International Sorghum and Millets Newsletter 37: 59-60



During observations in a sorghum field in Texas in 1994-95, only 0.8% of Stenodiplosis sorghicola that entered diapause in 1994 emerged from shredded and disked sorghum residues in 1995.

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