Main pests and diseases of cotton in sub-saharan Africa

Principaux ravageurs et maladies du cotonnier en Afrique au sud du Sahara

by Maurice Vaissayre (writer), Jean Cauquil (writer)
Collection: Hors Collection
january 2000
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This illustrated guide enables the rapid identification of the main cotton pests and diseases encountered in sub-Saharan Africa. Natural enemies are also described. Certain cropping incidents are also mentioned insofar as they might be confused with entomological or pathological disorders. Pests and diseases are classed in order of their occurrence in the cotton development cycle.

FOREWORD .................................................................... 5

INTRODUCTION ..................................................... 6

SEEDLING AND

LEAF PESTS ............................................................. 8

SUCKING INSECTS

(HOMOPTERA AND THYSANOPTERA) ........................... 14

MITES ................................................................. 20

BOLLWORMS ........................................................ 22

HETEROPTERA ........................................................32

BENEFICIALS .......................................................... 38

INSECT PATHOGENS ............................................... 42

COTTON DISEASES ................................................. 44

MINERAL DEFICIENCIES

AND ACCIDENTS .................................................... 56

REFERENCES ......................................................... 60

Language(s): English

Publisher: Cirad

Co-publisher: CTA

Edition: 1st edition

Collection: Hors Collection

Published: 1 january 2000

Reference Book: CI789

Reference eBook [PDF]: CI789NUM

EAN13 Book: 9782876144163

EAN13 eBook [PDF]: 9782759206612

Interior: Two-colour

Format (in mm) Book: 120 x 210

Pages count Book: 60

Pages count eBook [PDF]: 60

Weight (in grammes): 126 (Book)

Size: 33 Mo (PDF)

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