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Studies on the Effect of Burying and of Cultivation on Larvae of the Oriental Fruit Moth


Studies on the Effect of Burying and of Cultivation on Larvae of the Oriental Fruit Moth



Rep. ent. Soc. Ontario Toronto 63: 24-29



Of larvae of Cydia (Grapholiiha) molesta, Busck (in cocoons in corrugated paper) placed on the surface of the soil or buried at a depth of 2, 4 or 6 inches in Ontario in November 1930 and 1931 (the figures for the latter year being given in brackets), the percentage mortalities were respectively 65 (77.3), 81.7 (77), 86 (88.7) and 98 (93.3).

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