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STUDIES ON CITRUS PSYLLA, DIAPHORINA CITRI KUWAYAMA : A REVIEW

@article{Shivankar2000STUDIESOC,
  title={STUDIES ON CITRUS PSYLLA, DIAPHORINA CITRI KUWAYAMA : A REVIEW},
  author={V. Shivankar and C. Rao and Shyam Singh},
  journal={Agricultural Reviews},
  year={2000},
  volume={21},
  pages={199-204}
}
Citrus Psylla (Diaphorina citri Kuwayama) is one of the serious insect pests of citrus in North India especially in Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh and also in Maharashtra but is of minor importance in South India. The nymphs and adults suck cell sap causing curling of leaves, defoliation, flower drop and death of branches from tip to downwards which is known as die back. To contain citrus psylla a host of researchers have tried various management tactics. Psylla management aspects like plant… Expand
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