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International Journal of Agriculture and Biology
A number of entomopathogenic microbial agents infect a wide array of insects and cause epizootics from time to time. Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) and Nuclearpolyhedrosis virus (NPV) are two important potential pathogens of Helicoverpa armigera. Investigations were carried out on integration of B. thuringiensis and Nuclearpolyhedrosis virus to determine its impact on survival of second and fourth instar larvae under laboratory conditions. Both Bt and NPV were applied using diet incorporationdoi:10.17957/ijab/15.0025 fatcat:bipcg2lcqfdatoi3rsmx43lgqq