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dc.contributor.author Fitt, Gary P.
dc.date.accessioned 2015-09-30T06:05:37Z
dc.date.available 2015-09-30T06:05:37Z
dc.date.issued 1986-08-20
dc.identifier.other ACConf86-305094651.pdf
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/1/3437
dc.description.abstract The development and release of SIOKRA, the new okra-leaf variety, has created considerable interest with respect to pest management. The altered leaf shape of this cultivar, which results in a more open canopy, has led many growers to expect differences in its attractiveness to Heliothis in particular, and to other insect pests in general. Indeed, many growers and consultants have commented on the apparent reduction in Heliothis and in the number of sprays applied to SIOKRA crops. The SIRATAC database confirms this trend.
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dc.subject Heliothis
dc.subject Pest insects
dc.subject Leaves
dc.subject Plant anatomy
dc.subject Eggs
dc.subject Plants
dc.subject Crops
dc.subject Canopy
dc.subject Cotton
dc.subject Pests
dc.subject Varieties
dc.subject Economic distribution
dc.title THE INFLUENCE OF THE OKRA-LEAF CHARACTER OF COTTON ON THE NUMBERS AND WITHIN-PLANT DISTRIBUTION OF HELIOTHIS EGGS.
dc.subject.crdc 4a
CRDC.KeywordsUnrestricted okra leaf, within-plant distribution, metre, eggs, exposed position, relationship, okra-leaf, addition, proportion, collections spanning, oviposition behaviour, moths, fruiting, normal-leaf variety, normal-leaf varieties, , moths remaining, armigera,


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