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Evaluation of several programs of sequences pesticides application on cotton bollworms and some other sucking pests in cotton field



Evaluation of several programs of sequences pesticides application on cotton bollworms and some other sucking pests in cotton field



Journal of Entomology 4(2): 93-103



The efficacy of 5 programmes with 3 sprays of 9 insecticides (beta-cyfluthrin, malathion, spinosad, chlorpyrifos, lufenuron, abamectin, methoxyfenozide, Manf 6 and alpha-cypermethrin) in the reduction of infestation of cotton (cv.

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