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Results of some field experiments on the chemical control of the major rice insects in Indonesia


, : Results of some field experiments on the chemical control of the major rice insects in Indonesia. Japan Pesticide Information: 11-26

The results are given of experiments conducted since 1965 under the authority of the Department of Agriculture of Indonesia in east and central Java on the chemical control of rice-borers (principally Tryporyza innotata (Wlk.) and Scirpophaga T. incertulas (Wlk.)) and the rice gall-midge Pachydiplosis oryzae (Wood-Mason). They included screening of insecticides in the field and experiments in the timing and frequency of applications.

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