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Observation of two important Insect Pests (Aphid and Army-worm) tound on Wheat and their natural Enemies.



Observation of two important Insect Pests (Aphid and Army-worm) tound on Wheat and their natural Enemies.



Fukien agric. J, Foochow 9(1-2): 23-31



The most important pests of wheat in Foochow are Macrosiphum awnae (F.) (granarium (Kby.)) and Leucania (Cirphis) unipuncta (Haw.), though it is also attacked by six species of Jassids, a list of which is given. L. unipuncta was found feeding on the leaves at night and, very occasionally, during the day, and M. avenae was abundant on the ears.

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