Show simple item record Wilson, Lewis 2015-09-28T06:08:07Z 2015-09-28T06:08:07Z 1994-08-09
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dc.description.abstract After 2 light mite years (1991/92 and 1992193) the cotton industry experienced a season in which outbreaks of mites were widespread. In most regions mites were reported from seedling cotton and mite populations began to increase in mid-December to early-January, about a month earlier than usual. A number of factors contributed to produce the potential for such outbreaks to occur and other factors made management of outbreaks very difficult. The key factors involved, as I see them, are detailed below.
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dc.subject IPM
dc.subject Mites
dc.title Mites - Lessons from the 1993/94 Season
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