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Influence of Humidity on the Development of Loxostege sticticalis, L. and Agrotis segetum (Egg and Larvae).



Influence of Humidity on the Development of Loxostege sticticalis, L. and Agrotis segetum (Egg and Larvae).



Summary of the Scientific Research Work of the Institute of Plant Protection for the Year, Leningrad, Lenin Acad. agric. Sci., 54-58. Price: 12 rub,



Lack of humidity had little effect on the development of the eggs of L. sticticalis at 15-32 degrees C., only 33 per cent, of those kept at the optimum temperature of 24 degrees C. and a humidity of 7 per cent, failing to hatch. The viability of the resultant larvae was, however, much reduced. At 30 degrees C., larvae of the first instar only survived at a humidity of 90-100 per cent.

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