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BIO-ECOLOGY OF CHILO pARTELLUS (SWINHOE) (LEPIbbPTERA; PYRALIOAE) AND. EVALUATION OF ITS NATUAAL ENEMIES - A REVIEW

S.tal~li and S.P.Sihgh
Project Directotateof Biological Control(lCAR), Post Bag No. 2491, !-tA. Farm Post, Senary Road, Bangaloni - .560024, India

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Abstract
The stem borer, Chilo pertellus (Swinhoe) (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) is native of Indian subcontinent. The loss primarily due to C. partellus, the main constraint in cultivation of maize, during kharif season at a conservative estimate comes to about Rs. 110.5 crore annually. Present communication deals with review of the work done and advances made on bio-ecology arid bio-intensive management of the borer.
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