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The biological characters of the persimmon downy scale and its control

The biological characters of the persimmon downy scale and its control

South China Fruits 29(1): 38

In Yongding County, Fujian, China, the persimmon scale has 4 generation a year. Its second instar nymphs usually hibernate in the gaps of bark splits and appear in late February; its 1-3 generation nymphs mainly attack the leaves, and the final generation nymphs attack the fruit.

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