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Cultural control of the boll weevil anthonomus grandis grandis influence of bed shape



Cultural control of the boll weevil anthonomus grandis grandis influence of bed shape



Journal of Economic Entomology 74(5): 561-566



Since 85% of the cotton is planted in the furrow in the Texas, [USA] rolling plains, a rolling cultivator can be used to modify bed shape after plant emergence. Damage caused by A. grandis grandis Boheman to squares .gtoreq. 6 mm in diameter are reduced with tall-sloped beds, as compared with that in flat beds, in east-west row orientations. Bed shape had no influence on boll weevil damage in north-south row directions.

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