The use of area wide management, IPM, detergents and oils for the suppression of whitefly population in cotton for the reduced reliance and use of chemical controls
The aim of this project was to review whitefly management strategies that have been used in the northern growing regions and extend this work for the south.
The project looked at use of commercial detergents and crop oils and drone parasitoid releases applied throughout the cotton season to help suppress the whitefly population and prevent the need to use, or the number of uses of chemical intervention in season.
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