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Some Notes on Cutworms in Cotton

Some Notes on Cutworms in Cotton

Qd. Agric. J, Brisbane, September 1st. 28: pt. 3, 229-233

At the beginning of the cotton season of 1926-27 a marked and widespread outbreak of the cutworm, Euxoa radians, Gn., occurred in Queensland. Other crops were also damaged and considerable loss was occasioned. At the Research Station, Biloela, the outbreak was brought to an end by poison baits. The baits used were, however, apparently too tough for the young larvae, which fed in masses and attacked the cotyledons almost as soon as they unfolded above ground.

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