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Influence of resistant rice varieties to the population parameters of Nilaparvata lugens and Sogatella furcifera



Influence of resistant rice varieties to the population parameters of Nilaparvata lugens and Sogatella furcifera



Entomological Knowledge 39(4): 265-268



Population parameters of N. lugens (BPH) and S. furcifera (WBPH) were preliminarily compared under semi-natural conditions, using 4 BPH-resistant rice cultivars, ASD7, IR36, JX89, and Mudgo. The results indicated that on these rice cultivars, WBPH had higher reproductive rate, shorter developmental time, and higher population increase rate, than BPH did. The most resistant cultivar to BPH is JX89, and that to WBPH is Mudgo.

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