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Vol. 9, Issue 5 (2020)

Sucking pest complex of cotton and their management: A review

Bhupen Kumar Sahu and Ipsita Samal
Cotton is one of the most grown commercial crops of India. It grows well in almost all areas of the country with black soil. It is a member of Malvaceae family. It is mostly grown for textile industry, there by called as the King of Textiles. However, the cultivation of cotton possesses a great threat starting form the planting up to the harvest of bolls due to the attack of enormous pest and disease complex. Among all the pests, sucking pests are many and they cause a huge loss by affecting the vegetative growth of the plants, there by directly retarding the production of bolls to a large extent.
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How to cite this article:
Bhupen Kumar Sahu, Ipsita Samal. Sucking pest complex of cotton and their management: A review. Pharma Innovation 2020;9(5):29-32.

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