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Acclimatization of the American ragweed cutworm






Zashchita i Karantin Rastenii ( 12): 31-32

Acclimatization of the American ragweed cutworm

Observations showed that the noctuid Tarachidia candefacta, which was introduced from Canada in 1967 to control Ambrosia artemisiifolia, had become successfully established in the Kuban' and Black Sea coastal areas of the Krasnodar region of Russia.

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