Study of distribution pattern and population variation of leafhopper vectors of beet curly top disease in Hamadan province

@inproceedings{Soltani2017StudyOD,
  title={Study of distribution pattern and population variation of leafhopper vectors of beet curly top disease in Hamadan province},
  author={Hasanali Soltani and Motahare Hasani and J. Souri},
  year={2017}
}
Curly top disease is one of the important diseases of sugar beet. Spatial pattern and population variation of leafhoppers Circulifer haematoceps, and C. tenellus, vectors of sugar beet curly top virus, were studied in Hamadan province, Iran for three years (20079). Sampling was carried out at the early stage of plant growth, in accordance with planting date for 9 weeks at 710 day intervals. For doing this, four fields of five hectares each spaced approximately one kilometer from each other were… CONTINUE READING

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