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Boll weevil anthonomus grandis grandis disruption of pheromonal communication in the laboratory and small field plots



Boll weevil anthonomus grandis grandis disruption of pheromonal communication in the laboratory and small field plots



Journal of the Georgia Entomological Society 16(3): 306-310



A 93% reduction in the number of female boll weevils, A. g. grandi Boheman, captured in male-baited traps was obtained by the use of grandlure to disrupt pheromonal communication in the field [cotton]. Laboratory olfactometer tests supported the field results.

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