Control of the South African Tortricid E. ionephela by fumigation in vacuum chambers

Thygesen, T.; Bjerggaard, A.

Tidsskr. PIA vl. 70: 224-231

1966


Accession: 014400379

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Abstract
The following is substantially the English summary. During 1965-66, experiments were made in Denmark to control Epichorista ionephela Meyr,, imported from South Africa on cuttings of carnation and chrysanthemum. Ordinary sprays, dusts and fumigation under atmospheric pressure had proved unsuccessful against this well hidden pest, which on carnation mostly lives in toe stems or between leaves spun together.