Investigation on Major Pests and Diseases of Flue-cured Tobacco in Shibing County, Guizhou Province

Chen Jie; Yang Jing; Xiao Ciping; Long Shengxian; Yang Changyi; Huang Qingzhong
February 2015
Plant Diseases & Pests;Feb2015, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p15
Academic Journal
The tobacco pests and diseases in major flue-cured tobacco production areas of Shibing County were investigated, and the corresponding control countermeasures were put forward. The results showed that the common pests and diseases, such as tobacco aphid, tobacco budworm, TMV, CMV, PVY, bacterial wilt and black shank, had occurred in flue-cured tobacco production in Shibing County.


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