Heliothis


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Noun1.Heliothis - a genus of NoctuidaeHeliothis - a genus of Noctuidae      
arthropod genus - a genus of arthropods
family Noctuidae, Noctuidae - cutworms; armyworms
heliothis moth, Heliothis zia - medium-sized moth whose larvae are corn earworms
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In a release issued by media liaison unit of Punjab agriculture department, experts said that pests including pink bollworm, and American bollworm or Heliothis hide inside the cotton remains and attack the next cotton crop.
sensu Guenee (Lepidoptera: Crambidae), and Anticarsia gemmatalis Hubner, Heliothis virescens F.
Farmers should consult experts for application of pesticides in case attack by Heliothis and spotted bollworm.
Falcon, and Young and Yearin, [29,30] concluded that the leaf exudates from glandular hairs of the cotton plants inactivate the NPV of Heliothis spp.
Comparison of Costs and Returns Associated with Heliothis Resistant Bt Cotton to Non-Resistant Varieties," Proceedings of the Beltwide Cotton Conferences.
At the start of each season, we collect populations of worm species like Helicoverpa zea, Spodoptera frugiperda, Diatraea saccharalis, Anticarsia gemmatalis, Pseudoplusia includens, Alabama argillacea, Heliothis virescens and Pectnophora gossypiella from several cotton, corn and soybean fields commercially cultivated in important Brazilian States.
Wheat was sown during late May or early June after a shallow cultivation to destroy exit tunnels of overwintering heliothis moths (Helicoverpa armigera, H.
The need for fertilisers, pesticides and other nutrients are substantially low in the Indian variety and it is not susceptible to the vicious American Bollworm Heliothis like the Bt variety," said Tiwari.
Attempts to protect sweet corn from infestations of the corn earworm, Heliothis obsoleta (Fabr).
Some pre-sowing light cultivation may be necessary to renovate or reshape beds, and heliothis (Helicoverpa spp.
She cites a 2002 Greenpeace-commissioned report on Bt cotton cropping in China, which found increasing problems with secondary pests, including sap-sucking mirids and jassids, a decline in natural predators and parasites including Heliothis armigera caterpillars, the principal pest of Asian cotton crops, as well as signs of emerging resistance to Bt toxin.