Rice gall midge

IRRN 1977 2 (1) 8aVreden G. van. 1977. Seed mats used in screening for gall midge resistance International Rice Research Newsletter 2 (1) 8a.

IRRN 1977 2 (1) 9aMisra US. 1977. Removal of silver shoots reduces gall-midge infestation. International Rice Research Newsletter 2 (1) 9a.

IRRN 1977 2 (3) 4Katanyukul, W, Yaklai, and Chantarasa-ard S. 1977. Some gall midge-resistant rice hybrids in northeast Thailand. International Rice Research Newsletter 2 (3) 4.

IRRN 1977 2 (3) 4-5Nanda, UK Jr., Roy A. 1977. Some promising gall midge-resistant rice varieties at an Indian hot spot. International Rice Research Newsletter 2 (3) 4-5.

IRRN 1977 2 (5) 11-12Chantaraprapha N, W Yaklai, S Chantarasa-ard, T Hidaka. 1977. Serious attacks of rice gall midge in the central plain of Thailand. International Rice Research Newsletter 2 (5) 11-12.

IRRN 1977 2 (5) 12Chandramohan N, K Gunathilagaraj, T Kumaraswami, C Ramakrishnan, 1977. Varietal reaction to rice gall midge, leaf rollers, and thrips. International Rice Research Newsletter 2 (5) 12.

IRRN 1978 3 (5) 21Ya-klai V, S Buranapawang, T Hidaka. 1978. Occurrence of the rice gall midge in the central plain and southern peninsula of Thailand. International Rice Research Newsletter 3 (5) 21.

IRRN 1979 4 (3) 8-9Arifin Kartohardjono 1979. Mass rearing of the rice gall midge in the greenhouse in Indonesia. International Rice Research Newsletter 4 (3) 8-9.

IRRN 1979 4 (3) 21Shukla BC, SK Shrivastava, PD Deshmukh DJ Pophali, UK Kaushik, GA Gangrade, GL Patidar. 1979. Evaluation of insecticides for gall midge control. International Rice Research Newsletter 4 (3) 21.

IRRN 1979 4 (4) 8-9Kaushik UK, BC Shukla, PD Deshmukh, DJ Pophali, SK Shrivastava, GA Gangrade. 1979. Resistance of paddy varieties to gall midge. International Rice Research Newsletter 4 (4) 8-9.

IRRN 1979 4 (4) 13-14Shrivastava SK, PD Deshmukh, DJ Pophali, GA Gangrade, UK Kaushik, BC Shukla, GL Patidar. 1979. Attraction of gall midge to lights. International Rice Research Newsletter 4 (4) 13-14.

IRRN 1979 4 (5) 19Katanyukul W, Kadkao S, Sindhusake C, Chantaratad. J. 1979. Effect of seedling density on gall midge infestation and rice yields in northern Thailand. International Rice Research Newsletter 4 (5) 19.

IRRN 1980 5 (2) 14Rizvi SMA, HM Singh. 1980. Gall midge occurrence in Uttar Pradesh, India. International Rice Research Newsletter 5 (2) 14.

IRRN 1980 5 (3) 8-9Krishna TS, Seshu DV, Kalode MB. 1980. Multiple pest resistance in some tall traditional varieties. International Rice Research Newsletter 5 (3) 8-9.

IRRN 1980 5 (4) 20-21Chiu SF. 1980. Present and future gall midge control strategies in South China. International Rice Research Newsletter 5 (4) 20-21.

IRRN 1980 5 (4) 21-22Chiu SF, ZX Huang, DP Huang, BQ Huang, MC Xu. 1980. Root-zone application of systemic insecticides for insect control in China. International Rice Research Newsletter 5 (4) 21-22.

IRRN 1980 5 (4) 22Chiu SF. 1980. Gall midge life cycle and plant injury in South China. International Rice Research Newsletter 5 (4) 22.

IRRN 1980 5 (5) 10-11Katanyukul W, S Kadkao, S Boonkerd. 1980. Rice yield losses due to gall midge infestation in northern Thailand. International Rice Research Newsletter 5 (5) 10-11.

IRRN 1981 6 (1) 6Sahu RK, VN Sahu, PS Shrivastava, BP Chaudhary. 1981. A new source of gall midge resistance. International Rice Research Newsletter 6 (1) 6.

IRRN 1981 6 (1) 8-9Chand P, SP Shaw, SC Prasad. 1981. Relative susceptibility of rice varieties to gall midge under low rainfall conditions. International Rice Research Newsletter 6 (1) 8-9.

IRRN 1981 6 (2) 7Kudagamage C, L Nugaliyadde 1981. Gall midge infestation in a monthly planted trial. International Rice Research Newsletter 6 (2) 7.

IRRN 1981 6 (2) 7-8Vidyachandra B, JK Roy, B Das. 1981. Chemical differences in rice varieties susceptible or resistant to gall midge and stem borer. International Rice Research Newsletter 6 (2) 7-8.

IRRN 1981 6 (2) 15-16Misra US. BC Shukla, VK Kosta, AK Dubey. 1981. Effectiveness of seedling root dip for control of gall midge. International Rice Research Newsletter 6 (2) 15-16.

IRRN 1981 6 (4) 11Shrivastava SK. 1981. Potential of rice stubble for gall midge multiplication. International Rice Research Newsletter 6 (4) 11.

IRRN 1981 6 (6) 9-10Rao VLP, NV Rao, PS Reddy. 1981. Reaction of gall midge-resistant cultures at Warangal, India. International Rice Research Newsletter 6 (6) 9-10.

IRRN 1981 6 (6) 17Rao CB. 1981. Rice gall midge incidence in the dry season. International Rice Research Newsletter 6 (6) 17.

IRRN 1981 6 (6) 19Chand P. 1981. Rice gall midge in the summer crop at Ranchi. International Rice Research Newsletter 6 (6) 19.

IRRN 1982 7 (1) 12Kalode MB, NV Krishnaiah, YF Kormat.1982. Chemical control of gall midge. International Rice Research Newsletter 7 (1) 12.

IRRN 1982 7 (1) 13-14Rawat SN, MC Diwakar. 1982. Survey of natural enemies of paddy insect pests in Chhattisgarh (Madhya Pradesh), India. International Rice Research Newsletter 7 (1) 13-14.

IRRN 1982 7 (1) 14Singh SA. 1982. Gall midge incidence at Manipur, India. International Rice Research Newsletter 7 (1) 14.

IRRN 1982 7 (1) 14-15Saroja R. 1982. Occurrence of rice stem borers and gall midges at Tirur, Chingleput District, India. International Rice Research Newsletter 7 (1) 14-15.

IRRN 1982 7 (1) 15Mohan Rao KR, GV Subbaratnam, N Hari Prasada Rao, Khalid Ahmad. 1982. Minimum insecticide for rice pest control. International Rice Research Newsletter 7 (1) 15.

IRRN 1982 7 (2) 14aShrivastava SK. 1982. Rice gall midge and its parasitoids. International Rice Research Newsletter 7 (2) 14a.

IRRN 1982 7 (3) 8Uthamasamy S, P Karuppuchamy, G Chakkaravarthy. 1982. Varietal reaction to rice gall midge. International Rice Research Newsletter 7 (3) 8.

IRRN 1982 7 (4) 8-9 Chand P, RC Acharya. 1982. Correlations between silvershoots and panicle and tiller numbers. International Rice Research Newsletter 7 (4) 8-9.

IRRN 1982 7 (4) 10Jena BC, NC Patnaik, N. Panda. 1982. Reaction of rice cultivars to gall midge attack in Orissa. International Rice Research Newsletter 7 (4) 10.

IRRN 1982 7 (4) 10aSaroja R, N Raju. 1982. Effect of nitrogen fertilizer levels and spacing on rice gall midge and leaffolder damage. International Rice Research Newsletter 7 (4) 10a.

IRRN 1982 7 (4) 11Karuppuchamy P, S Uthamasamy, G Chakkaravarthy. 1982. Influence of planting time on gall midge incidence at Aduthurai. International Rice Research Newsletter 7 (4) 11.

IRRN 1982 7 (4) 16Shrivastava SK, CL Patidar, BC Shukla, DJ Pophaly, UK Kaushik, PD Deshmukh, GA Gangrade. 1982. Populations of gall midge, whitebacked planthopper, and thrips on Pragati paddy. International Rice Research Newsletter 7 (4) 16.

IRRN 1982 7 (5) 8-9Amu Singh S. 1982. Field reaction of two newly released rice varieties to leaf blast and gall midge in Manipur. International Rice Research Newsletter 7 (5) 8-9.

IRRN 1982 7 (6) 14-15Katanyukul W, Sawang Kadkao, Chansrisommai N. 1982. Rice yield losses to gall midge in North Thailand. International Rice Research Newsletter 7 (6) 14-15.

IRRN 1983 8 (1) 7-8Katanyukul W, S Kadkao, C Tayathum, P Khambanonda, M Chombhubol. 1983. Resistance of RD4 and RD7 mutants to rice gall midge. International Rice Research Newsletter 8 (1) 7-8.

IRRN 1983 8 (1) 10-11Chand P, RC Acharya. 1983. Losses to gall midge. International Rice Research Newsletter 8 (1) 10-11.

IRRN 1983 8 (1) 17-18Katanyukul W, T Bhudhasamai. 1983. Granular insecticides for control of major rice insects in Thailand. International Rice Research Newsletter 8 (1) 17-18.

IRRN 1983 8 (3) 12aJena BC, NC Patnaik. 1983. Incidence of rice gall midge at Bhubaneswar, Orissa, India. International Rice Research Newsletter 8 (3) 12a.

IRRN 1983 8 (4) 8Samal P, BC Misra. 1983. Evaluation of promising gall midge resistant cultivars. International Rice Research Newsletter 8 (4) 8.

IRRN 1983 8 (4) 19-20Joshi RC, MS Venugopal. 1983. Light trap catches of rice gall midge. International Rice Research Newsletter 8 (4) 19-20.

IRRN 1983 8 (5) 14-15Mohan S, R Janarthanan. 1983. Attraction of rice gall midge Orseolia oryzae to light sources. International Rice Research Newsletter 8 (5) 14-15.

IRRN 1983 8 (5) 16-17Patnaik NC, JM Sathpathy. 1983. Parasitism of gall midge maggots: unexposed and suppressed galls. International Rice Research Newsletter 8 (5) 16-17.

IRRN 1983 8 (5) 19Kittur SU, RK Agrawal. 1983. Gall midge damage at rice panicle stage. International Rice Research Newsletter 8 (5) 19.

IRRN 1983 8 (6) 14Shukla BC Jr, UK Kaushik. 1983. Effect of some granular insecticides on rice gall midge. International Rice Research Newsletter 8 (6) 14.

IRRN 1983 8 (6) 17Shukla BC, UK Kaushik, SK Shrivastava, DJ Pophaly, RK Agrawal. 1983. A new gall midge parasitoid in M. P., India. International Rice Research Newsletter 8 (6) 17.

IRRN 1984 9 (1) 10-11Sundararaju D. 1984. Performance of gall midge-resistant rice cultivars at Goa, India. International Rice Research Newsletter 9 (1) 10-11.

IRRN 1984 9 (1) 24-25Sundararaju D. 1984. Efficacy of nursery protection and seedling root dip for gall midge control. International Rice Research Newsletter 9 (1) 24-25.

IRRN 1984 9 (1) 27Potineni K, RK Agarwal. 1984. Parasitism of gall midge by Neanastatus grallarius (Masi). International Rice Research Newsletter 9 (1) 27.

IRRN 1984 9 (2) 7-8Venugopal MS, RC Joshi, T Kumaraswami. 1984. Reaction of rice varieties to gall midge in Tamil Nadu. International Rice Research Newsletter 9 (2) 7-8.

IRRN 1984 9 (3) 5aDelpachitra ND. 1984. Rice varieties resistant to gall midge Orseolia oryzae. International Rice Research Newsletter 9 (3) 5a.

IRRN 1984 9 (3) 7aJoshi RC, MS Venugopal. 1984. Varietal reaction to rice gall midge in Tamil Nadu. International Rice Research Newsletter 9 (3) 7a.

IRRN 1984 9 (3) 17-18Lai KC, YJ Tan, Y Pan. 1984. Rice gall midge Orseolia oryzae (Wood-Mason) biotypes in Guangdong Province. International Rice Research Newsletter 9 (3) 17-18.

IRRN 1984 9 (3) 21aUkwungwu MN, MS Alam, K Zan. 1984. Incidence of gall midge Orseolia oryzivora H & G in Edozhigi, Nigeria. International Rice Research Newsletter 9 (3) 21a.

IRRN 1984 9 (4) 12-13Barwal RN. 1984. Changing insect pest status in the Imphal Valley. International Rice Research Newsletter 9 (4) 12-13.

IRRN 1984 9 (5) 14Patnaik NC, JM Satpathy. 1984. Elaphropeza, a new pupal parasitoid of rice gall midge in India. International Rice Research Newsletter 9 (5) 14.

IRRN 1984 9 (6) 7-8Kulkarni N, PP Reddy, GM Rao. 1984. Promising gall midge resistant rices with short to medium duration. International Rice Research Newsletter 9 (6) 7-8.

IRRN 1984 9 (6) 17Karuppuchamy P, S Uthamasamy. 1984. Influence of flooding, fertilizer, and plant spacing on insect pest incidence. International Rice Research Newsletter 9 (6) 17.

IRRN 1985 10 (1) 24Swaminathan K, R Saroja, N Raju. 1985. Influence of source and level of nitrogen application on pest incidence. International Rice Research Newsletter 10 (1) 24.

IRRN 1985 10 (2) 15-16Alam MS, K Zan, K Alluri. 1985. Gall midge Orseolia oryzivora H & G in Zambia. International Rice Research Newsletter 10 (2) 15-16.

IRRN 1985 10 (3) 25Chiu SF, BQ Huang, MY Hu. 1985. Deterrent effects of seed oil and extracts of some meliaceous plants on rice gall midge oviposition. International Rice Research Newsletter 10 (3) 25.

IRRN 1985 10 (3) 25-26Samalo AP. 1985. Integrated control of rice gall midge. International Rice Research Newsletter 10 (3) 25-26.

IRRN 1985 10 (4) 13Sundararaju D. 1985. Seedling root dip treatments to control gall midge. International Rice Research Newsletter 10 (4) 13.

IRRN 1985 10 (4) 17Sundararaju D. 1985. Chemical control of rice gall midge and leaffolder. International Rice Research Newsletter 10 (4) 17.

IRRN 1985 10 (5) 20Jena BC, NC Patnaik, N Panda. 1985. Gall midge activity and parasitism by Platygaster oryzae in Jaya stubble and wild rice at Bhubaneswar, India. International Rice Research Newsletter 10 (5) 20.

IRRN 1985 10 (5) 22aShrivastava SK. 1985. Changing populations of rice insect pests in Chhattisgarh, India. International Rice Research Newsletter 10 (5) 22a.

IRRN 1985 10 (6) 19-20Ukwungwu MN. 1985. Effect of nitrogen and carbofuran on gall midge and white stem borer infestation in Nigeria. International Rice Research Newsletter 10 (6) 19-20.

IRRN 1986 11 (1) 15-16Sundararaju D. 1986. Influence of planting time and rainfall on gall midge incidence and rice yield in Goa, India. International Rice Research Newsletter 11 (1) 15-16.

IRRN 1986 11 (2) 11Vidyachandra B, BL Hanumantharaju, PS Rai, BS Naidu. 1986. Mahaveera: a gall midge- resistant rice for coastal Karnataka. International Rice Research Newsletter 11 (2) 11.

IRRN 1986 11 (3) 5Roy JK, K Prasad. 1986. Three new high yielding rice varieties. International Rice Research Newsletter 11 (3) 5.

IRRN 1986 11 (4) 16-17Prakasa Rao PS, G Padhi. 1986. Promising rice cultivars with combined resistance to gall midge and brown planthopper. International Rice Research Newsletter 11 (4) 16-17.

IRRN 1986 11 (4) 33-34Saroja R. 1986. Effect of neem product foliar sprays on rice pests. International Rice Research Newsletter 11 (4) 33-34.

IRRN 1986 11 (4) 38aPathak PK, MN Lal. 1986. Rice gall midge in Tarai region of Uttar Pradesh. International Rice Research Newsletter 11 (4) 38a.

IRRN 1986 11 (5) 8Ukwungwu MN. 1986. Resistance of recommended and traditional varieties to African gall midge. International Rice Research Newsletter 11 (5) 8.

IRRN 1986 11 (5) 8bJeharaj S, G Sundrapandian, MS Venugopal. 1986. IET6012 (ACM8) — a promising gall midge-resistant rice culture. International Rice Research Newsletter 11 (5) 8b.

IRRN 1986 11 (5) 22-23Soenarjo E. 1986. Alang-alang gall midge potential as an alternate host for parasitoids. International Rice Research Newsletter 11 (5) 22-23.

IRRN 1986 11 (5) 29Soenarjo E. 1986. Parasitoids of the rice gall midge in Indonesia. International Rice Research Newsletter 11 (5) 29.

IRRN 1986 11 (6) 8-9Rao PSP. 1986. An approach to develop gall midge-resistant rice strains. International Rice Research Newsletter 11 (6) 8-9.

IRRN 1986 11 (6) 10Rao DV, PP Reddy, RV Kumar. 1986. Yield of gall midge-resistant rice varieties after early pulse crop at Hyderabad. International Rice Research Newsletter 11 (6) 10.

IRRN 1987 12 (1) 4Sahu RK. 1987. Rice variety resistant to gall midge and bacterial blight released in Madhya Pradesh (MP), India. International Rice Research Newsletter 12 (1) 4.

IRRN 1987 12 (1) 10Saroja R, M Suriachandraselvan, N Raju, TB Ranganathan. 1987. Multiple resistance of BG367-3 to major insect pests and diseases. International Rice Research Newsletter 12 (1) 9-10.

IRRN 1987 12 (1) 11Durairaj C, M Gopalan, MS Venugopal. 1987. Reaction of eight rices to gall midge. International Rice Research Newsletter 12 (1) 11.

IRRN 1987 12 (3) 16Kulkarni N, PP Reddy, DV Rao, GB Rao. 1987. Pothana — a gall midge resistant variety for endemic areas of Andhra Pradesh. International Rice Research Newsletter 12 (3) 16.

IRRN 1987 12 (3) 17Kulkarni N, GVSP Rao, T Narsaiah. 1987. New sources of resistance to gall midge and yellow stem borer. International Rice Research Newsletter 12 (3) 17.

IRRN 1987 12 (3) 29Velusamy M, M Subramanian. 1987. Control of rice pests with phosphamidon 85% WP. International Rice Research Newsletter 12 (3) 29.

IRRN 1987 12 (3) 32-33Ukwungwu MN. 1987. Influence of age of crop and time of planting on African gall midge incidence. International Rice Research Newsletter 12 (3) 32-33.

IRRN 1987 12 (3) 33-34Bentur JS, TE Srinivasan, MB Kalode. 1987. Occurrence of a virulent rice gall midge Orseolia oryzae (Wood- Mason) biotype(?) in Andhra Pradesh, India. International Rice Research Newsletter 12 (3) 33-34.

IRRN 1987 12 (3) 38Dakouo D, S Nacro. 1987. Chemical control of African rice gall midge Orseolia oryzivora. International Rice Research Newsletter 12 (3) 38.

IRRN 1987 12 (4) 16-17Rao PSP. 1987. Tolerance of some rice varieties for gall midge Orseolia oryzae (Wood-Mason). International Rice Research Newsletter 12 (4) 16-17.

IRRN 1987 12 (6) 31aLogiswaran G, C Durairaj, PC Sundara Babu. 1987. Effect of insecticides on rice gall midge and its parasitoid Platygaster sp. International Rice Research Newsletter 12 (6) 31a.

IRRN 1988 13 (1) 15-16Logiswaran G, C Durairaj, PC Sundara Babu. 1987. Effect of insecticides on rice gall midge and its Chand P. 1988. Gall midge resistance in traditional rice varieties in Bihar. International Rice Research Newsletter 13 (1) 15-16.

IRRN 1988 13 (3) 15-16Sevugaperumal S, G Logiswaran, S Jebaraj, G Soundrapandian, PC Sundara Babu. 1988. ACM18 (IET7804), a high yielding gall midge- resistant rice. International Rice Research Newsletter 13 (3) 15-16.

IRRN 1988 13 (3) 32aSubramanian S, A Gopalaswamy. 1988. Effect of silicate materials on rice crop pests. International Rice Research Newsletter 13 (3) 32a.

IRRN 1988 13 (6) 16Kalode MB, JS Bentur. 1988. Donors for resistance to Andhra Pradesh biotype 4 gall midge. International Rice Research Newsletter 13 (6) 16.

IRRN 1988 13 (6) 24Kulkarni N, PP Reddy, SS Rao. 1988. Gall midge-resistant rice cultivars. International Rice Research Newsletter 13 (6) 24.

IRRN 1988 13 (6) 36-37Panda SK, N Shi. 1988. Chemical control of thrips and gall midge in rainfed lowland rice. International Rice Research Newsletter 13 (6) 36-37.

IRRN 1988 13 (6) 39aKudagamage C, H Mangalika, CA Sandanayake. 1988. Yield losses due to rice gall midge. International Rice Research Newsletter 13 (6) 39a.

IRRN 1989 14 (2) 17Subbarami Reddy P, MA Khader, IN Rao, R Radhakrishna. 1989. A potential donor for resistance to the gall midge population of Srikakulam District, Andhra Pradesh. International Rice Research Newsletter 14 (2) 17.

IRRN 1989 14 (2) 17-18Prasad SC, JB Tomar, SD Tomar. 1989. Screening for resistance to rice gall midge. International Rice Research Newsletter 14 (2) 17-18.

IRRN 1989 14 (2) 18Sahu RK, MN Shrivastava, MB Kalode. 1989. Resistance of rice varieties to brown planthopper, whitebacked planthopper, and gall midge in India. International Rice Research Newsletter 14 (2) 18.

IRRN 1989 14 (3) 21Muthuswami M, K Gunathilagaraj. 1989. Reactions of gall midge-resistant rice accessions to yellow stem borer, leaffolder, and rice blast. International Rice Research Newsletter 14 (3) 21.

IRRN 1989 14 (3) 23Reddy PS, MA Khader, IN Rao, R Radhakrishna. 1989. Ptb 10 — a promising donor of gall midge resistance. International Rice Research Newsletter 14 (3) 23.

IRRN 1989 14 (4) 19Muthuswami M, K Gunathilagaraj. 1989. Effect of rice gall midge resistance on parasitic behavior of Platygaster oryzae. International Rice Research Newsletter 14 (4) 19.

IRRN 1989 14 (4) 36-37Ukwungwu MN, MD Winslow, VT John. 1989. Severe outbreak of African rice gall midge in the savannah zone, Nigeria. International Rice Research Newsletter 14 (4) 36-37.

IRRN 1989 14 (5) 15Singh MP. 1989. Reaction of differential rice varieties to Manipur biotype of gall midge. International Rice Research Newsletter 14 (5) 15.

IRRN 1989 14 (5) 28aRao PRM, PS Prakasa Rao. 1989. Gall midge outbreak on dry season rice in West Godavari District, Andhra Pradesh (AP), India. International Rice Research Newsletter 14 (5) 28a.

IRRN 1990 15 (1) 13Singh MP. 1990. Reaction of rice varieties to gall midge. International Rice Research Newsletter 15 (1) 13.

IRRN 1990 15 (1) 15Rema Bai N, R Devika, S Leenakumary, CA Joseph. 1990. Resistance to rice gall midge in Kerala, India. International Rice Research Newsletter 15 (1) 15.

IRRN 1990 15 (2) 16Singh MP. 1990. Gall midge resistance in traditional rice varieties of Manipur. International Rice Research Newsletter 15 (2) 16.

IRRN 1986 11 (3) 15-16Jebaraj S, G Sundarapandian, M Subramanian, MS Venugopal, G Logeswaran. 1990. MDU3, a new gall midge resistant rice. International Rice Research Newsletter 15 (3) 15-16.

IRRN 1990 15 (6) 8Elsy CR, CA Rosamma, NR Nair. 1990. Resistance in rice to gall midge under natural conditions. International Rice Research Newsletter 15 (6) 8.

IRRN 1990 15 (6) 24Joshi RC, MN Ukwungwu, MD Winslow. 1990. Rice ratoons as potential host for African rice gall midge. International Rice Research Newsletter 15 (6) 24.

IRRN 1991 16 (1) 13aRahman SMAS, P Seshagiri Rao, ST Kumar, PS Rao. 1991. Gall midge resistance in rice. International Rice Research Newsletter 16 (1) 13a.

IRRN 1991 16 (2) 14-15Kandalkar HG, GN Bobde, SB Datke, VM Wankhade. 1991. Reactions of promising rice cultivars to gall midge. International Rice Research Newsletter 16 (2) 14-15.

IRRN 1991 16 (5) 13-14Chaudhary RC, VN Sahai, Sin Sovith. 1991. Screening of rice varieties and advanced breeding lines in Cambodia for resistance to gall midge Orseolia oryzae. International Rice Research Newsletter 16 (5) 13-14.

IRRN 1991 16 (6) 23-24Srinivasan S, MRK Reddy, PR Reddy. 1991. Using chlorpyrifos to control gall midge. International Rice Research Newsletter 16 (6) 23-24.

IRRN 1991 16 (6) 24aSrinivasan S, MRK Reddy. 1991. Chemical control of gall midge in the rice nursery. International Rice Research Newsletter 16 (6) 24a.

IRRN 1992 17 (1) 12Rema Bai N, R Devika, A Regina, CA Joseph. 1992. Promising cultivars with resistance to gall midge in Kerala, India. International Rice Research Newsletter 17 (1) 12.

IRRN 1992 17 (2) 9-10Suresh PJ, MS Venugopal. 1992. Yield loss due to major rice pests in Tamil Nadu, India. International Rice Research Newsletter 17 (2) 9-10.

IRRN 1992 17 (2) 11Saroja R, A Thyagarajan, A Govindan, M Subramanian, 1992. Field screening of rice cultivars for resistance to gall midge Orseolia oryzae. International Rice Research Newsletter 17 (2) 11.

IRRN 1992 17 (4) 9-10Rao PSP, HG Kandalkar. 1992. Identification of a new Asian rice gall midge population in Bhandara District, Maharashtra, India, and highly resistant genotypes. International Rice Research Newsletter 17 (4) 9-10.

IRRN 1992 17 (5) 12Ukwungwu MN, RC Joshi. 1992. Evaluation of Asian gall midge-resistant varieties for the African rice gall midge. International Rice Research Newsletter 17 (5) 12.

IRRN 1989 14 (2) 17-18Kalode MB, JS Bentur, U Prasada Rao. 1993. Rice cultures resistant to rice gall midge biotypes 1 and 4 under artificial infestation in greenhouse. International Rice Research Notes 18 (2) 17-18.

IRRN 1993 18 (4) 13-14Tan Yujuan, Pan Ying, Zhang Yang, Zhao Lixia, Xu Yenkang. 1993. Resistance to gall midge Orseolia oryzae in Chinese rice varieties compared with varieties from other countries. International Rice Research Notes 18 (4) 13-14.

IRRN 1994 19 (2) 8-9Li Rongbai. 1994. Resistance of Guangxi wild rice to diseases and insect pests. International Rice Research Notes 19 (2) 8-9.

IRRN 1994 19 (2) 14-15Srinivas C, V Narsimha Reddy, P Seshagiri Rao, P Ramesh. 1994. Rice gall midge Orseolia oryzae (Wood-Mason) biotype in Karimnagar District, Andhra Pradesh, India. International Rice Research Notes 19 (2) 14-15.

IRRN 1994 19 (2) 14-15Sreerama Setty TA, NS Parameswar, MR Krishnappa, M Mahadevappa. 1994. Field screening of rice cultivars for resistance to gall midge Orseolia oryzae in coastal Karnataka, India. International Rice Research Notes 19 (2) 15.

IRRN 1994 19 (3) 10-11Rana DK, DJ Pophaly, AS Kotasthane, UK Kaushik. 1994. Reactions of advanced IET rice varieties to major pests in Raipur, India. International Rice Research Notes 19 (3) 10-11.

IRRN 1994 19 (4) 11Nair KPV, D Ambika Devi. 1994. Gall midge biotype 5 identified in Moncompu, Kerala, India. International Rice Research Notes 19 (4) 11.

IRRN 1995 20 (1) 27Taylor DR, SN Fomba, SJ Fannah, HM Bernard. 1995. African rice gall midge pest in Sierra Leone. International Rice Research Notes 20 (1) 27.

IRRN 1996 21 (1) 31-32MP Singh. 1996. A virulent rice gall midge biotype in Manipur. International Rice Research Notes 21 (1) 31-32.

IRRN 1997 22 (1) 27-28PP Reddy, N Kulkarni, NS Reddy, AG Ram, CP Rao, TN Rao, RV Kumar, B Narendra, A Sudarshanam, AS Rao. 1997. Erra Mallelu, Kavya, and Orugallu: fine-grained, gall midge (biotype 1)-resistant rice varieties. International Rice Research Notes 22 (1) 27-28.

IRRN 1997 22 (2) 26M Ganesh, T Pradeep, NN Reddy, CH Surender Raju, CP Rao, KR Tagore, NS Reddy, B Ragaiah, PSS Murthy, TS Rao. 1997. lndur Samba—a superfine grain, short-duration, gall midge-resistant rice variety. International Rice Research Notes 22 (2) 26.

IRRN 1999 24 (1) 26-27CT Williams, O Okhidievbie, MN Ukwungwu, D Dakouo, S Nacro, Bobo-Dioulasso, A Hamadoun, SI Kamara. 1999. Multilocational screening of Oryza sativa and O. glaberrima for resistance to African rice gall midge Orseolia oryzivora in West Africa. International Rice Research Notes 24 (1) 26-27.

IRRN 2000 25 (3) 22-23FE Nwilene, MP Jones, O Okhidievbie. 2000. Influence of rice varieties on parasitism of the African rice gall midge (AfRGM). International Rice Research Notes 25 (3) 22-23.

IRRN 2001 26 (2) 79-80HS Singh, HK Awasti, SM Kumar. 2001. Farmers’ participatory identification of gall midge Orseolia oryzae (Wood-Mason)-resistant rice varieties for desired characters. International Rice Research Notes 26 (2) 79-80.

1977-1-hidaka-4-8Terunobu Hidaka, Precha Vungsilabutr, S Rajamani. 1977. Geographical Differentiation of the Rice Gall Midge, Orseolia oryzae (Wood-Mason) (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae). Applied Entomology & Zoology 12 (1): 4-8.

1978-4-hidaka-260-263Terunebu Hidaka, Vanich Ya-Klai, Narong Chantaraprapha, Suchin Chantarasa-Art. 1978. Serious Incidence of the Rice Gall Midge in the Central Plain of Thailand. Applied Entomology & Zoology 13 (4): 260-263.