Know About Mirid Bugs in Cotton
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Know About Mirid Bugs in Cotton
Brownish coloured adult and nymphs suck the sap from leaves, shoots, and bolls. As a consequence, the infested portion turns yellowish slowly and falls down. Punctures are noted on bolls produced by this insect. Bolls are sometimes de-shaped like the beak of a bird. The population increases under the water moisture stress.
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