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Groundnut

  • G. Harish
  • M. V. Nataraja
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Abstract

Mealybugs are injurious to groundnut found in many countries (Nandagopal and Prasad 2004). The species of mealybugs that are known to infest groundnut in different countries are listed in Table 22.1.

Keywords

Rosin Soap Damage Symptom Mealybug Species Groundnut Plant Groundnut Kernel 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Directorate of Groundnut ResearchJunagadhIndia

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