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Les opérations de lutte biologique contre le foreur du maïs #Chilo partellus# Swinhoe (Lepidoptera), dans l'île de Ngazidja

@inproceedings{Brenire1985LesOD,
  title={Les op{\'e}rations de lutte biologique contre le foreur du ma{\"i}s \#Chilo partellus\# Swinhoe (Lepidoptera), dans l'{\^i}le de Ngazidja},
  author={Jean Breni{\`e}re and Dominique Bordat and Bernard Vercambre and Hassan Hamza and Mauricette Renand},
  year={1985}
}
Les auteurs relatent l'elevage et la multiplication de cinq hymenopteres parasites, leur liberation dans les cultures de mais et les resultats de ces essais. De 1981 a 1983, 2,8 millions de Tetrastichus atriclavus, 6,3 millions de Trichospilus diatraeae, 411000 Apanteles flavipes, 100000 Trichogramma confusum, 112000 T. evanescens et 834000 T. nagarkatii ont ete liberes. Malgre les precautions prises pour assurer la qualite du transport, pour garantir le bon etat des insectes au moment de leur… 
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