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Pest aspects of potato production

Part 2 Pests other than nematodes
  • R. W. Gibson

Abstract

Many pests damage the cultivated potato; Dudley et al. (1952) list over a hundred species in N. America alone. Most are either nematodes (discussed previously), insects or molluscs, although there are a few within other taxonomic groups. The major pests are insects especially of the orders Hemiptera, Coleoptera and Lepidoptera and are listed in Table 12.5.

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Potato Production Leaf Roll Potato Crop Aphid Population Glandular Hair 
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