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|Title:||THE PINK SPOTTED BOLLWORM - ITS SPREAD AND CONTROL|
|Abstract:||The pink spotted bollworm (Pectinophora scutigera) has been an important.pest of cotton since 1924 in coastal, and sub-coastal Dawson-Callide regions of central Queensland. Its distribution has been described as.coastal Queensland, extending to the north coast of N.S.W., New Guinea, and other Pacific Islands. Despite its establishment in the Emerald Irrigation Area, where it was first recorded in 1980, it has not become an important pest there. It is not a pest of cotton in southern Queensland or N.S.W.|
|Appears in Collections:||1984 Australian Cotton Growers Research Conference|
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