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Susceptibility of three passion fruit types to the white peach scale



Susceptibility of three passion fruit types to the white peach scale



Fruits Paris 50(4): 305-309



The susceptibility of seedlings and 1-year-old plants of three passion fruit types to Pseudaulacaspis pentagona was determined in a greenhouse at 25 degrees C and 65% RH. Crawlers of P. pentagona were brushed onto passion fruit seedlings of all three types. The percentage settlement was determined by counting the adult females. The percentage flower drop of infested 1-year-old Passiflora edulis plants was determined.

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