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Notes on the Control of Cutworms by Poisoned Bait



Notes on the Control of Cutworms by Poisoned Bait



Ann. App. Biol, Cambridge. 10(2): 241-252



The poison bait method of controlling cutworms is generally recognised in the United States of America as the standard treatment, but in Britain the records are too scanty to justify any final conclusions. The present experiments were carried out in the laboratory with Eitxoa segetunt, and also in the field. They are described in detail.

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