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Literature list (sorted descending by year) for:
pest-disease-weed = Homona (genus)
and the publication year(s):
year 1 = 1700
qualifier = "after (Year 1)"

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Plant Pathology (2020) 69, 1731-1739
Sheng-Hung Lee, Shiou-Ruei Lin and Shih-Fang Chen (2020)
Identification of tea foliar diseases and pest damage under practical field conditions using a convolutional neural network

Microbial Ecology (2019) 77, 257-266
Hiroshi Arai, Tatsuya Hirano, Naoya Akizuki, Akane Abe, Madoka Nakai, Yasuhisa Kunimi and Maki N. Inoue (2019)
Multiple infection and reproductive manipulations of Wolbachia in Homona magnanima (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae)

European Journal of Entomology (2015) 112, 281-287
Takatoshi Ueno (2015)
Effects of host size and laboratory rearing on offspring development and sex ratio in the solitary parasitoid Agrothereutes lanceolatus (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae)

Annual Review of Entomology (2009) 54, 267-284
Lakshmi K. Hazarika, Mantu Bhuyan and Budhindra N. Hazarika (2009)
Insect pests of tea and their management

Applied Entomology and Zoology (2008) 43, 119-125
Mayu Hoshino, Kazuko Nakanishi, Madoka Nakai and Yasuhisa Kunimi (2008)
Gross morphology and histopathology of male-killing strain larvae in the oriental tea tortrix Homona magnanima (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae)

Japanese Journal of Applied Entomology and Zoology (2008) 52, 193-200
Chikara Ishijima, Yasushi Sato and Makoto Ohtaishi (2008)
[Effect of temperature and host on the development, sex ratio, emergence rate and body size of Trichogramma dendrolimi Matsumura (Hymenoptera: Trichogrammatidae), an egg parasitoid of the tea tortrix]

Applied Entomology and Zoology (2005) 40, 359-364
Shoji Asano (2005)
Ultraviolet protection of a granulovirus product using iron oxide

Japanese Journal of Applied Entomology and Zoology (2002) 46, 175-178
Shoji Asano, Katsuhisa Fukunaga and Akira Takai (2002)
[Studies on bioassay methods for a granulovirus formulation, BCGV-01, infectious to both the oriental tea tortrix, Homona magnanima and the smaller tea tortrix, Adoxophyes honmai]

Japanese Journal of Applied Entomology and Zoology (2001) 45, 1-7
T. Yamaguchi, K. Kiritani, K. Matsuhira and K. Fukuda (2001)
[The influence of unusual hot weather on the occurrence of several arthropod crop pests]

Japanese Journal of Applied Entomology and Zoology (2000) 44, 165-171
H. Izawa, K. Fujii and T. Matoba (2000)
[Control of multiple species of lepidopterous insect pests using a mating disrupter and reduced pesticide applications in Japanese pear orchards]

Chinese Journal of Entomology (2000) 20, 135-151
Mei-Ling Chan and Liang-Yih Chou (2000)
The Trichogramma (Hymenoptera: Trichogrammatidae) of Taiwan

Applied Entomology and Zoology (1998) 33, 413-418
Y. Shirai, Y. Kosugi and I. Noguchi (1998)
Effects of sex, mating status and temperature on flight activity of the Oriental tea tortrix, Homona magnanima (Lepidoptera : Tortricidae)

Japanese Journal of Applied Entomology and Zoology (1998) 42, 15-20
M. Miyasono, M. Suzuki, F. Yamashita, C. Kumagai, Y. Ueyama and M. Doteuchi (1998)
[Strain of Bacillus thuringiensis serovar kurstaki with increased UV resistance and lepidopteran larvicidal activity]

Bulletin of Entomological Research (1996) 86, 423-439
Norman H. Kamarudin, Annette K. Walker, Mohd. Basr Wahid, John LaSalle and Andrew Polaszek (1996)
Hymenopterous parasitoids associated with the bagworms Metisa plana and Mahasena corbetti (Lepidoptera: Psychidae) on oil palms in Peninsular Malaysia

FAO Plant Protection Bulletin (1992) 40, p. 75 (Whittle)
A.M. Whittle (1992)
Diseases and pests of citrus in Viet Nam

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