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, : Note on the possibilities for control of yellow mite of citrus d lorryia formosa ultracid pestic morestan pestic kelthane pestic eradex pestic omite pestic phosphated pesticides carbamates pestic. Anales Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Agronomicas (Madrid) 16(3): 287-294


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