Control recommendations changing Georgia stinkbug problem 'evolving'

Hollis, Paul L.
February 2004
Southeast Farm Press;2/11/2004, Vol. 31 Issue 5, p1
Trade Publication
Reports on the condition of the cotton industry in Georgia as of February 2004. Demise of boll weevils; Factors that have great impact on insect management in Georgia cotton; Increase in the number of treatments for stinkbugs; Information on stinkbugs.


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