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Control effect of Plutella xylostella with synthetic sex pheromone


Control effect of Plutella xylostella with synthetic sex pheromone



Chinese Journal of Biological Control 17(3): 121-125



A synthetic sex pheromones was very effective in controlling the population of the diamondback moth (DBM, P. xylostella) under greenhouse conditions. When the synthetic sex pheromone was used under low DBM egg density (1-3 eggs per plant), 70% control effect was obtained. Significant differences in DBM control were observed among different vegetable varieties.

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