Population Growth Patterns of the Green Leafhopper, Nephotettix virescens(DISTANT)(Homoptera : Euscelidae), in Small-scale Synchronous and Asynchronous Rice Fields

@inproceedings{Aryawan1993PopulationGP,
  title={Population Growth Patterns of the Green Leafhopper, Nephotettix virescens(DISTANT)(Homoptera : Euscelidae), in Small-scale Synchronous and Asynchronous Rice Fields},
  author={I Gusti Ngurah Aryawan and Mugi Raharja I Gede and Yoshito Suzuki},
  year={1993}
}
virus diseasc of rice in tropical Asia shortly after the introduction of high-yielding cultivars (HmlNo, I979; SoaAwA, 1976). The tungro problem in Indonesia has been most scrious in Bali where the first outbreak of tungro occurred in the wet season of 1980t81. Large-scale synchronous rice plantmg, which has been successfu1 in controllmg tungro (SAMA et al., 1991), is not lmplemcntcd in Bali, Irrigation in this provincc has been managed by a farmcr's associatien, called C`subak," which usually 

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