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Comparison of two formulations of hydrogen phosphide for the control of adults of Tribolium castaneum and adults and eggs of Cryptolestes ferrugineus



Comparison of two formulations of hydrogen phosphide for the control of adults of Tribolium castaneum and adults and eggs of Cryptolestes ferrugineus



Manitoba entomologist: 13-16




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