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Insecticidal Control of Spotted Boll Worm (Earias spp.) of Cotton


Insecticidal Control of Spotted Boll Worm (Earias spp.) of Cotton



Indian J. Ent, New Delhi, 16: pt. 4, 422-423



Species of Earias attacking cotton were controlled in the State of Bombay by the complete uprooting of stems soon after harvest, until improvements in irrigation led to the growing of Hibiscus esculentus, an important alternative food-plant, as a summer crop. In tests of organic insecticides in 1953-54 for the control of the serious infestations that then developed on cotton, a spray of 0.2 per cent.

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