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Intensity of the infestation by tomato leafminer in three introduced Lycopersicon peruvianum

Intensity of the infestation by tomato leafminer in three introduced Lycopersicon peruvianum

Cientifica Jaboticabal 25(1): 139-145

Damage by tomato leafminer (Tuta absoluta) to Lycopersicon peruvianum plants (cultivars CNPH 402, LA 374 and LA 444-1) was evaluated in December 1994 in a growth chamber at Vicosa, Brazil. A total of 50 adults of T. absoluta was released on 60-day-old plants, repeating this procedure weekly during 30 days. The numbers of insects/leaf in the top, central and lower parts of plants were monitored weekly. Older plants were more damaged, as well as leaves located in the central part of plants.

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