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Ground grubs and their movements in soils


, : Ground grubs and their movements in soils. Jour Mysore Agric & Exp Union 12(1): 3-4

From the author's observation and experiments it is concluded that the respiratory requirements of larvae of the palm beetle (Oryctes rhinoceros), of cockchafers, and of Holotricha have much to do with their movements and attacks on roots of sugar cane and other plants in the soil. It is believed that uniform manuring and thorough cultivation where root grubs are becoming serious may divert them from roots of the crops to food more natural to them, viz., the soil rich in organic matter.

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