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1. Midsouth multistate evaluation of treatment thresholds for tarnished plant bug in flowering cotton (id:43270)

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2. A bibliography of the pink bollworm, Pectinophora gossypiella (Saunders) (id:353)

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3. Bt cotton & management of the tobacco budworm-bollworm complex (id:26694)

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4. Cotton "leaf burn" : symptoms and effects on cotton yields (id:CAT10696693)

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5. The economic importance of cotton insects and mites (id:CAT10407329)

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6. Bemisia tabaci (Gennadius) : a pest of cotton in the southwestern United States (id:CAT89232069)

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7. Cotton insect management with special reference to the boll weevil (id:CAT87800483)

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8. Studies of pest and beneficial insects in Arizona stub and planted cotton (id:60911)

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9. Causes of square and boll shedding in cotton (id:CAT87201601)

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10. Integrating methods for control of the pink bollworm and other cotton insects in the southwestern United States (id:CAT80746153)

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11. Cotton insect populations : development and impact of predators and other mortality factors (id:CAT80727488)

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12. One hundred twenty years of research on cotton insects in the United States (id:CAT87208769)

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13. Equipment for capturing fallen cotton squares (id:CAT87201456)

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14. Just lookin' for a home : the cotton boll weevil and the South (id:CAT31018599)

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15. Aflatoxin in seed cotton during short-term trailer storage (id:CAT87201450)

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16. Laboratory studies on the development, longevity, and fecundity of six lepidopterous pests of cotton in Arizona (id:CAT72358131)

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17. Factors inducing diapause in the pink bollworm (id:CAT87201293)

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18. Bollweevil populations as affected by removal of shed cotton forms (id:CAT87201266)

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19. Bacterial blight of cotton under conditions of artificial inoculation (id:CAT86200948)

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20. Cultural practices as related to incidence of cotton root rot in Texas (id:CAT86200940)