Agrotis

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Agrotis in different languages.

Porosagrotis
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Cutworm management in outdoor tomatoes


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FACTSHEETS FOR FARMERS
www.plantwise.org
Created in
Tanzania
,
October
2012
Cutworm management in outdoor tomatoes
Recognize the problem
Cutworms
(“
sota

in Swahili) are 2 to 4 cm long, c-shaped larvae. They are pencil-
thick, soft and dark brownish-grey, like the soil. The older, bigger larvae can cut and
chew young tomato stems quickly. Under a freshly cut seedling, you can often find a
cutworm larva under the soil surface...

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Small sticks against cutworms in tomato


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FACTSHEETS FOR FARMERS
www.plantwise.org
Created in
Tanzania
,
September
2012
Small sticks against cutworms in tomato
Recognize the problem
Cutworms ("sota" in Swahili) are 2 to 4 cm long larvae, and dark grey-brownish
(= soil colour). They are about 0.5 to 1 cm thick and soft. The older thus
bigger larvae can cut and chew young tomato stems quickly. Under a freshly
cut seedling, you can often find a cutworm larvae in the soil....

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Cutworms on tomato


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FACTSHEETS FOR FARMERS
www.plantwise.org
Created in
Kenya
,
December
2012
Cutworms on Tomato
Recognize the problem
Cutworms are greyish, hairless worms that have a waxy appearance. They coil
up into a little ring when held in the hand.
They

re usually found where the cut plant is. They hide in the soil during the
day and only emerge at night to feed on the young plants, cutting the young
plant parts at the base. They sometimes...

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Cutworms on Brassica


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FACTSHEETS FOR FARMERS
www.plantwise.org
Created in
Kenya
,
December
2012
Cutworms on Brassica
Recognize the problem
Cutworm is a greyish hairless worm of waxy appearance. It curls up into a little
ring of C-shape when held in the hand. It is usually found in the surrounding
area of the cut plant. The cutworms are actually caterpillars that hide in the soil
during the day and only emerge at night to feed on the young plants or plant...

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Common plant health problems of maize: Zambia


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Common plant health problems of maize in Zambia Plant Doctor Training African maize stalk borer INSECT – Busseola fusca (© Anne Bruntse, Tanzania Ministry of Agriculture, ICIPE, CIMMYT, R ob Harling) African pink stem borer INSECT – Sesamia calamistis (© Rob Harling)  Caterpillars are soft, segmented, 1 to 3.5 cm.  They look smooth & shiny; creamy-white, rarely greyish or pinkish-white, no hairs or markings  Head is dark brown  First,...

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Wintercereals north manual July13


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Winter cereals* insect pest management  
Northern grains region  
*Winter  ce
reals
 include  wheat,  barley, oats,  canary  and  triticale.Compiled  by  Melina  Miles, July 2013   
This publication has  been compiled  by Melina  Miles of Crop  and Food  Science,  Queensland  Department  of Agriculture, Fisheries  and 
Forestry,  and draws  on previous publications and  original research  by DPI  Entomologists  over a number  of...

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Sorghum IPMWorkshops north March2013


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Sorghum insect pest management 
Northern  grains region  
Compiled  by  Melina  Miles,  March  2013  This publication has  been compiled  by Melina  Miles of Crop  and Food  Science,  Queensland  Department  of Agriculture, Fisheries  and 
Forestry,  and draws  on previous publications and  original research  by Bernie  Franzmann,  Adam Hardy,  Dave Murray,  and Melina  Miles. 
DAFF  and GRDC  funding for the  IPM  Workshops ...

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Maize IPM Workshops north March2013


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Maize insect pest management  
Northern grains region  
Compiled  by  Kate  Charleston,  March  2013  This publication has  been compiled  by Kate  Charleston  of  Crop  and Food  Science,  Queensland  Department  of Agriculture,  Fisheries and 
Forestry,  and draws  on previous publications and  original research  by Dave  Murray  and other  departmental  Entomologists.  DAFF and GRDC 
funding  for the  IPM  Workshops  project (...

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GrowNote Lupin West 0 Table Contents


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WESTERN
JUNE 2018
CONTENTS
LUPIN
iv
GROWNOTES
WESTERN
JUNE 2018
Contents
Contents LUPIN
Introduction
A.1 Crop overview .............................................................................................................. 1
A.2 Types of lupin grown in WA ....................................................................................... 1
A.2.1 Narrow leafed lupin...

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GrowNote Faba Bean North 0 Contents


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NORTHERN
FEBRUARY 2017
CONTENTS
FABA BEANx
February 2017
Contents
Contents faba beans
What’s new
Introduction
A.1 Crop overview ........................................................................\
................................. xxiii
A.1.1 The role of pulses in farming systems .............................................................xxiii
A.1.2 About faba bean...

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GrowNote Peanuts North 00 Content


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NORTHERN
OCTOBER 2017
CONTENTS
PEANUTSvi
OctOber 2017
cOntents
Contents Peanuts
contents
What’s new
Introduction
A.1 Agronomy at a glance ........................................................................\
...................... xii
A.2 Crop overview ........................................................................\
................................... xiii
A.3 Executive summary...

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GRDC GrowNotes Safflower Northern


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GROWNOTES
PLANNING/PADDOCK PREPARATION
PRE-PLANTING
PLANTING
PLANT GROWTH AND PHYSIOLOGY
NUTRITION AND FERTILISER
WEED CONTROL
INSECT CONTROL
NEMATODE MANAGEMENT
DISEASES PLANT GROWTH REGULATORS AND
CANOPY MANAGEMENT
CROP DESICCATION AND SPRAY OUT
HARVEST
STORAGE
ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES
MARKETING
CURRENT AND PAST RESEARCH
KEY CONTACTS
NORTHERN
SAFFLOWERS
March 2017DISCLAIMER:
Any recommendations, suggestions or opinions contained in this publicati...

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GrowNote Safflower North 00 Contents


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NORTHERN
MARCH 2017
CONTENTS
SAFFLOWERviii
March 2017
contents
Contentssafflowers
What’s new
Introduction
A.1 Safflower agronomy at a glance ........................................................................\
... xiv
A.2 Crop overview ........................................................................\
.................................... xv
A.2.1 Marketing safflower...

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Biocontrol Number Three Maize


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Biocontrol in Selected Crops
Number 3: Maize
Biocontrol in Selected Crops
Number 3: Maize
Michelina Ruocco and Massimo Giorgini, CNR, Italy; Bernard Blum, IBMA, Switzerland; Jurgen Kohl, PRI, The
Netherlands; Philippe Nicot, INRA France
Food Quality and Safety
6TH FRAMEWORK
PROGRAMME
© Vasileios P. Vasileiadis, CNR, ItalyBiocontrol in Selected Crops
Number 3: Maize
Maize in European agriculture
Maize is one of the most popular and widely...

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