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Studies on biological characters of Apophylia flavoviyens and its control

Journal of Hebei Agricultural University 21(2): 59-62
Studies on biological characters of Apophylia flavoviyens and its control
Apophylia flavoviyens is mainly distributed on hills at an elevation of 500 m in western Henan Province, China. There is one generation annually and larvae cause most damage from the end of June to mid-July. Damage causes dead hearts in maize. It was found that Perilla frutescens, P. frutescens var. arguta and Rabdosia rabescens (Plectranthus rabescens) are the main food plants of adults. Early sowing and rotation are economic and effective measures for controlling this pest.

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