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1. Bioassay of Bacillus thuringiensis (Berliner) delta-endotoxin using the tobacco budworm (id:CAT76673048)

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

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3. Corn earworm as an enemy of vetch (id:ORC00000297)

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4. Corn earworm rearing mechanization (id:CAT87201452)

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5. Dent corn inbreds and hybrids resistant to the corn earworm in the South (id:CAT87201259)

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6. Hibernation of the corn earworm in southeastern Georgia (id:CAT86200786)

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7. Hibernation of the corn earworm in the central and northeastern parts of the United States (id:CAT86200831)

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8. Investigations of the tomato fruitworm : its seasonal history and methods of control (id:CAT87201246)

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9. Mineral oils, alone or combined with insecticides, for control of earworms in sweet corn (id:CAT86200872)

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10. Orius insidiosus (Say), an important natural enemy of the corn ear worm (id:CAT86200499)

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11. Susceptibility of certain strains of field corn in hybrid combinations to damage by corn earworms (id:CAT86200890)

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12. The cannibalistic habits of the corn ear worm (id:CAT86200493)

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13. The corn earworm : its ravages on field corn and suggestions for control (id:ORC00000429)

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14. The cotton bollworm : a summary of its life history and habits, with some results of investigations in 1905 and 1906 (id:ORC00000099)

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15. The effectiveness of cultivation as a control for the corn earworm (id:CAT86200556)