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Importance of infestation levels and cotton scouting along with utilization of natural insect populations and possible ways of increasing beneficial insects to control pest insect populations



Importance of infestation levels and cotton scouting along with utilization of natural insect populations and possible ways of increasing beneficial insects to control pest insect populations



Implementing Practical Pest Management Strategies Proceedings National Extension Insect Pest Management Workshop: 28-131




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