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Cover for Myzus cerasi (black cherry aphid)

Infestations of M. cerasi on cherry in spring can cause severe economic damage. Most damage is due to direct feeding, which results...

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Cover for Oligonychus coffeae (tea red spider mite)

O. coffeae is considered to be the most serious pest of tea (Jeppson et al., 1975). It is also a pest of jute in Bangladesh and India and of cotton...

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Cover for Helicoverpa armigera (cotton bollworm)

IntroductionH. armigera, like its close relatives H. zea and Heliothis virescens in the New World, is a pest of major importance in...

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E. torus is primarily of concern as a pest of Musa spp. (banana, plantain). The larvae feed on the leaves and construct a...

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Cover for Pythium aphanidermatum (damping-off)

The economic impact of P. aphanidermatum is difficult to determine. Yield reductions due to damping-off caused by this pathogen alone, independent...

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A. cherimola is a tree of American origin that has been cultivated in tropical and temperate regions around the world for its edible...

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Cover for Haematonectria haematococca (dry rot of potato)

Culture colony growth in vitro is moderately rapid, covering an agar slope in 4-6 days with a somewhat sparse, floccose, greyish-white...

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B. frutescens, is a short-statured Neotropical tree native to much of Central and South America and the West Indies, described as a...

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Cover for Phytophthora palmivora (coconut budrot)

In 1985, worldwide losses of cocoa due to black pod and stem canker were estimated at £1.54 billion (Evans and Prior, 1987) and recent estimate...

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Sesbania punicea is a Category 1 invasive plant in South Africa (Stirton, 1980; Wells et al., 1986b; Henderson, 2001), which means that it may not...

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