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Damage caused in the Gardens in the Region of Alencon by the Principal Enemies of Vegetables and Fruit-trees



Damage caused in the Gardens in the Region of Alencon by the Principal Enemies of Vegetables and Fruit-trees



Jl. Soc. Nat. Hortic, France, Paris, March-April- 2-48; 61-64; 74-76



Crioceris merdigera occurred in considerable numbers as an accidental pest of onions and chives at Alencon, the larvae devouring the tips of the leaves. Carrots sown in the spring were badly attacked by red spider. Winter cabbages having been killed by frosts, more resistant plants were imported; the majority of these bore round galls on the stems containing larvae of a weevil, Ceuthorrhynckus brassicae, and the plants so attacked gave very poor results.

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