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Title: BENEFICIALS PARASITISING HELIOTHIS: AUGMENTATION AND EFFICACY
Authors: Murray, David
Keywords: IPM
Natural enemies
Issue Date: 9-Aug-1994
Abstract: Various parasitoids are active on cotton crops from early seedling growth right through to defoliation. The parasitoids of greatest interest on the cotton crop are those that attack the key pest, heliothis, and which may add to the mortality of egg, larval and pupal stages that is provided by other biotic and abiotic factors. During recent years most research on parasitoids has concentrated on native agents attacking the egg and early larval stages.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1/3128
Appears in Collections:1994 Australian Cotton Conference

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