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Control Number58157
Date and Time of Latest Transaction20060619142831.7
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Cataloging SourcePCARRD-DOST
Main Entry - Personal NameVasquez, Erlinda A.
Main Entry - Uniform TitleENGLISH
Title StatementBiological control of cassava red spider mite Tetranychus kanzawai Kishida
Publication, Distribution, Etc.Baybay, Leyte: Philippine Rootcrop Research and Training Center, 1994. 85 p
General NoteBaybay, Leyte: Philippine Rootcrop Research and Training Center, 1994. 85 p
Summary, Etc.Biological studies of red spider mite and its potential predators (Amblyseius longispinosus and A. semiregularis) on two cassava varieties (Hawaiian 5 and MCol 1684) grown by Matling Industrial Commercial Corporation (MICC) were conducted in the laboratory. Mites exhibited shorter development, higher fecundity and survival rate when reared on Hawaiian 5 than on MCol 1684. A. longispinosus also showed faster development and reproduction when fed with mites reared on Hawaiian 5. However, A. semiregularis was not affected by the variety used for rearing mites. For one generation of red spider mite A. longispinosus produced two overlapping generations whereas A. semiregularis produced only one. The reproductive potential of the red spider mite in Hawaiian 5 was three times higher than in MCol 1684. The reproductive potential of A. longispinosus fed with red spider mites from Hawaiian 5 was about 80%
Subject Added Entry - Topical TermMANIHOT ESCULENTA
 MITE CONTROL
 PEST CONTROL
 BIOLOGICAL CONTROL
 TETRANYCHIDAE
Added Entry - Personal NameGonzales, Paterno L.
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