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Effect of biointensive pest management on sucking pests, bollworms and natural enemies in MECH 162 Bt cotton in Maharashtra



Effect of biointensive pest management on sucking pests, bollworms and natural enemies in MECH 162 Bt cotton in Maharashtra



Insect Environment 11(2): 64-65



A study was carried out with MECH 162 Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) cotton during kharif 2004 to evaluate the biointensive pest management (BIPM) module in Pune, Maharashtra, India.

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