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White grub loss and chemical control Litsinger, J.A., R.F. Apostol, and M.B. Obusan. 1983. White grub, Leucopholis irrorata (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae): pest status, population dynamics, and chemical control in a rice-maize cropping pattern in the Philippines. J. Econ. Entomol. 76:1133-1138. J17

Yield loss in rainfed rice Philippines Litsinger, J.A., B.L. Canapi, J.P. Bandong, C.G. dela Cruz, R.F. Apostol, P.C. Pantua, M.D. Lumaban, A.L. Alviola III, F. Raymundo, E.M. Libetario, M.E. Loevinsohn, and R.C.Joshi. 1987. Rice crop loss from insect pests in wetland and dryland environments of Asia with emphasis on the Philippines. Insect Sci. Applic. 8:677-692. J24

Site characterization for crop loss assessment Savary, S., F.A. Elazequi, K. Moody, J.A. Litsinger, and P.S. Teng. 1994. Characterization of rice cropping practices and multiple pest systems in the Philippines. Agricultural Systems 46: 385-408. J55

Yield loss in irrigated rice Litsinger, J.A., Bandong, J.P., Canapi, B.L., dela Cruz, C.G., Pantua, P.C., Alviola III A.L., Batay-an, E. 2005. Evaluation of action thresholds against chronic insect pests of rice in the Philippines: I. Less frequently occurring pests and overall assessment. International Journal of Pest Management 51: 45-61. J74

Dryland rice insect pests and losses Litsinger, J.A., Libetario, E.M., Barrion, A.T., and Apostol, R.P. 2009. Comparison of insect pest complexes in different Philippine dryland rice environments: population densities, yield loss, and management. International Journal of Pest Management 55:129—149. J82

Rainfed wetland rice insect pests and lossesLitsinger, J.A., B.L. Canapi, J.P. Bandong, M.D. Lumaban, F.D. Raymundo, and A.T. Barrion. 2009. Insect pests of rainfed wetland rice in the Philippines: Population densities, yield loss, and insecticide management. International Journal of Pest Management 55: 221-242. J83

Multiple pest infestation and losses I Litsinger J.A., Bandong J. P. and Canapi B.L. 2011. Effect of multiple infestations from insect pests and other stresses on irrigated rice in the Philippines: I. Damage functions. International Journal of Pest Management 57: 93–116. J85

Multiple pest infestation and losses II Litsinger J.A., Bandong, J.P. and Canapi, B.L. 2011. Effect of multiple infestations from insect pests and other stresses to irrigated rice in the Philippines: II. Damage and yield loss. International Journal of Pest Management 57: 117–131. J86

Cultural practices mitigate losses Litsinger JA, Canapi BL, Bandong JP. 2011. Cultural practices mitigate irrigated rice insect pest losses in the Philippines. Philippine Journal of Science 140: 179-194. J87

Litsinger, J.A. 1977. Pest management research methodology on farmers’ fields in a cropping systems program. p. 313-324. In Proc. Symposium on Cropping Systems Research and Development for the Asian Rice Farmer. September 21-24, 1976, IRRI, Philippines. 454 p. R4 (not available yet for uploading)

Methodology Pest Survey Elazegui, F.A., J. Soriano, J. Bandong, L. Estorninos, I. Jonson, P.S. Teng, B.M. Shepard, J.A. Litsinger, K. Moody, and H. Hibino. 1990. Methodology used in the IRRI integrated pest survey. p. 243-271. In Crop loss assessment in rice, International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines. C31

Crop Loss Assessment Litsinger, J.A. 1991. Crop loss assessment in rice. p. 1-65 in E.A. Heinrichs and T.A. Miller (eds.). Rice Insects: Management Strategies. Springer-Verlag. C36

Yield Loss Chapter 16 Litsinger, J.A. 2009. When is a rice insect a pest?: Yield loss and the Green Revolution. p. 391-498. In: R. Peshin and A.K. Dhawan (eds.). Integrated Pest Management: Innovation-Development Process. Berlin: Springer Science + Media B.V., Volume 1, 670 p. C52

Partitioned rice growth stage yield loss method Litsinger, J.A., M.D. Lumaban, J.P. Bandong, P.C. Pantua, A.T. Barrion, R.F. Apostol, and Ruhendi. 1980. A methodology for determining insect control recommendations. IRRI Research Paper Series No. 46. 31 p. R4

Interaction of insect pest injury and other stresses Bandong JP, Litsinger JA. 2014. Interaction of pest injury with other stresses on yield of irrigated rice. Philippine Journal of Science 143 (1): 21-34.

Crop Loss Assessment 1990 Book Paul S. Teng, editor. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines. 334 p.

M. Cherrett, G. R. Sagar. 1977. Origins of Pest, Parasite, Disease and Weed Problems. The 18th Symposium of the British Ecological Society, Bangor, 12-14 April 1976. (book by chapter)

Title pages Origins-2Title page, contents, preface

Author Index Origins-1Author Index

Subject Index Origins-1Subject Index

Chapter 1 PimentelChapter 1. David Pimentel. 1977. The ecological basis of insect pest, pathogen and weed problems. Pages 3-31. In: J. M. Cherrett, G. R. Sagar. Origins of Pest, Parasite, Disease and Weed Problems. The 18th Symposium of the British Ecological Society, Bangor, 12-14 April 1976, 413 pages.

Chapter 2 SouthwoodChapter 2. T. R. E. Southwood. 1977. The relevance of population dynamic theory to pest status. Pages 35-54. In: J. M. Cherrett, G. R. Sagar. Origins of Pest, Parasite, Disease and Weed Problems. The 18th Symposium of the British Ecological Society, Bangor, 12-14 April 1976, 413 pages

Chapter 3 GarnhamChapter 3. P. C. C. Garnham. 1977. The origins, evolutionary significance and dispersal of haemosporidian parasites of domestic birds. Pages 57-70. In: J. M. Cherrett, G. R. Sagar. Origins of Pest, Parasite, Disease and Weed Problems. The 18th Symposium of the British Ecological Society, Bangor, 12-14 April 1976, 413 pages

Chapter 4 LuptonChapter 4. F. G. H. Lupton. 1977. The plant breeders’ contribution to the origin and solution of pest and disease problems. Pages 71-81. In: J. M. Cherrett, G. R. Sagar. Origins of Pest, Parasite, Disease and Weed Problems. The 18th Symposium of the British Ecological Society, Bangor, 12-14 April 1976, 413 pages.

Chapter 5 ShattockChapter 5. R. C. Shattock. 1977. The dynamics of plant diseases. Pages 83-107. In: J. M. Cherrett, G. R. Sagar. Origins of Pest, Parasite, Disease and Weed Problems. The 18th Symposium of the British Ecological Society, Bangor, 12-14 April 1976, 413 pages.

Chapter 6 SimmondsChapter 6. F. J. Simmonds, D. J. Greathead. 1977. Introductions and pest and weed problems. Pages 109-124. In: J. M. Cherrett, G. R. Sagar. Origins of Pest, Parasite, Disease and Weed Problems. The 18th Symposium of the British Ecological Society, Bangor, 12-14 April 1976, 413 pages.

Chapter 7 WayChapter 7. M. J. Way. 1977. Pest and disease status in mixed stands vs. monocultures; the relevance of ecosystem stability. Pages 127-138. In: J. M. Cherrett, G. R. Sagar. Origins of Pest, Parasite, Disease and Weed Problems. The 18th Symposium of the British Ecological Society, Bangor, 12-14 April 1976, 413 pages.

Chapter 8 GibsonChapter 8. I. A. S. Gibson, T. Jones. 1977. Monoculture as the origin of major forest pests and diseases. Pages 139-161. In: J. M. Cherrett, G. R. Sagar. Origins of Pest, Parasite, Disease and Weed Problems. The 18th Symposium of the British Ecological Society, Bangor, 12-14 April 1976. 413 pages.

Chapter 9 McVicarChapter 9. McVicar, K. MacKenzie. 1977. Effects of different systems of monoculture on marine fish parasites. Pages 163-182. In: J. M. Cherrett, G. R. Sagar. Origins of Pest, Parasite, Disease and Weed Problems. The 18th Symposium of the British Ecological Society, Bangor, 12-14 April 1976, 413 pages.

Chapter 10 PottsChapter 10. G. R. Potts. 1977. Some effects of increasing the monoculture of cereals. Pages 183-202. In: J. M. Cherrett, G. R. Sagar. Origins of Pest, Parasite, Disease and Weed Problems. The 18th Symposium of the British Ecological Society, Bangor, 12-14 April 1976. 413 pages.

Chapter 11 NortonChapter 11. G. A. Norton, G. R. Conway. 1977. The economic and social context of pest, disease and weed problems. Pages 205-226. In: J. M. Cherrett, G. R. Sagar. Origins of Pest, Parasite, Disease and Weed Problems. The 18th Symposium of the British Ecological Society, Bangor, 12-14 April 1976, 413 pages.

Chapter 12 BundyChapter 12. J. W. Bundy. 1977. Consumer expectation and innovation in processed food production. Pages 227-235. In: J. M. Cherrett, G. R. Sagar. Origins of Pest, Parasite, Disease and Weed Problems. The 18th Symposium of the British Ecological Society, Bangor, 12-14 April 1976, 413 pages.

Chapter 13 LewisChapter 13. Cadwaladr J. Lewis. 1977. The economics of pesticide research. Pages 237-245. In: J. M. Cherrett, G. R. Sagar. Origins of Pest, Parasite, Disease and Weed Problems. The 18th Symposium of the British Ecological Society, Bangor, 12-14 April 1976, 413 pages.

Chapter 14 ParkerChapter 14. C. Parker. 1977. Prediction of new weed problems, especially in the developing world. Pages 249-264. In: J. M. Cherrett, G. R. Sagar. Origins of Pest, Parasite, Disease and Weed Problems. The 18th Symposium of the British Ecological Society, Bangor, 12-14 April 1976, 413 pages.

Chapter 15 FreemanChapter 15. J. A. Freeman. 1977. Prediction of new storage pest problems. Pages 265-302. In: J. M. Cherrett, G. R. Sagar. Origins of Pest, Parasite, Disease and Weed Problems. The 18th Symposium of the British Ecological Society, Bangor, 12-14 April 1976, 413 pages.

Chapter 16 SachsChapter 16. R. Sachs. 1977. Present and future parasite problems in African game. Pages 303-312. In: J. M. Cherrett, G. R. Sagar. Origins of Pest, Parasite, Disease and Weed Problems. The 18th Symposium of the British Ecological Society, Bangor, 12-14 April 1976, 413 pages.

Chapter 17 CoakerChapter 17. T. H. Coaker. 1977. Crop pest problems resulting from chemical control. Pages 313-328. In: J. M. Cherrett, G. R. Sagar. Origins of Pest, Parasite, Disease and Weed Problems. The 18th Symposium of the British Ecological Society, Bangor, 12-14 April 1976, 413 pages.

Chapter 18 BradleyChapter 18. David J. Bradley. 1977. Human pest and disease problems: contrasts between developing and developed countries. Pages 329-345. In: J. M. Cherrett, G. R. Sagar. Origins of Pest, Parasite, Disease and Weed Problems. The 18th Symposium of the British Ecological Society, Bangor, 12-14 April 1976, 413 pages.

Chapter 19 SurteesChapter 19. Gordon Surtees. 1977. The prediction of pest and disease problems in man. Pages 347-363. In: J. M. Cherrett, G. R. Sagar. Origins of Pest, Parasite, Disease and Weed Problems. The 18th Symposium of the British Ecological Society, Bangor, 12-14 April 1976, 413 pages.

Chapter 20 Concluding remarksChapter 20. Concluding remarks.

  1. Ways of preventing problems arising by ecosystem management.
  2. Ways of preventing problems arising by crop and stock siting.
  3. Ways of preventing problems arising by plant breeding.
  4. Ways of preventing problems arising by encouraging realistic consumer demand.

PS Teng. 1987. Crop Loss Assessment and Pest Management. St. Paul, Minnesota: The American Phytopathological Society, APS Press, 269 pages. (book by chapters)

0 Cover-CLA0 Cover, contents, preface

Chapter 1-CLAChapter 1. JC Zadoks. 1987. Rationale and concepts of crop loss assessment for improving pest management and crop protection. Pages 1-5.

Chapter 2-CLAChapter 2. RE Gaunt. 1987. Measurement of disease and pathogens. Pages 6-18.

Chapter 3-CLAChapter 3. PT Walker. 1987. Measurement of insect pest populations and injury. Pages 19-29.

Chapter 4-CLAChapter 4. ME Pace and DR MacKenzie. 1987. Modeling of crop growth and yield for loss assessment. Pages 30-36.

Chapter 5-CLAChapter 5. Jerome Freedman and DR MacKenzie. 1987. Disease progress curves their mathematical description and analysis to formulate predictors for loss equations. Pages 37-48.

Chapter 6-CLAChapter 6. PM Ives and RD Moon. 1987. Sampling theory and protocol for insects. Pages 49-75.

Chapter 7-CLAChapter 7. Kira L Bowen and PS Teng. 1987. Methods of field data collection and recording in experiments and surveys. Pages 76-81.

Chapter 8-CLAChapter 8. WW Shane and PS Teng. 1987. Generating the database for disease-loss modeling. Pages 82-89.

Chapter 9-CLAChapter 9. DN Sah and DR MacKenzie. 1987. Methods of generating different levels of disease epidemics in loss experiments. Pages 90-96.

Chapter 10-CLAChapter 10. PT Walker. 1987. Methods of studying the relation between different insect population levels, damage and yield in experiments and surveys. Pages 97-104.

Chapter 11-CLAChapter 11. PS Teng. 1987. Quantifying the relationship between disease intensity and yield loss. Pages 105-113.

Chapter 12-CLAChapter 12. PT Walker. 1987. Quantifying the relationship between insect populations, damage, and yield and economic thresholds. Pages 114-125.

Chapter 13-CLAChapter 13. Choong-Hoe Kim and DR MacKenzie. 1987. Empirical models for predicting yield loss caused by a simple disease. Pages 126-132.

Chapter 14-CLAChapter 14. PT Walker. 1987. Empirical models for predicting yield loss caused by one type of insect: the stem borers. Pages 133-138.

Chapter 15-CLAChapter 15. WW Shane. 1987. The use of principal components analysis and cluster analysis in crop loss assessment. Pages 139-149.

Chapter 16-CLAChapter 16. RE Gaunt. 1987. A mechanistic approach to yield loss assessment based on crop physiology. Pages 150-159.

Chapter 17-CLAChapter 17. PS Teng. 1987. The systems approach to pest management. Pages 160-167.

Chapter 18-CLAChapter 18. JC Zadoks. 1987. The concept of thresholds: warning, action and damage thresholds. Pages 168-175.

Chapter 19-CLAChapter 19. KB Johnson. 1987. The role of predictive systems in disease management. Pages 176-190.

Chapter 20-CLAChapter 20. JD Mumford and GA Norton. 1987. Economics of integrated pest control. Pages 191-200.

Chapter 21-CLAChapter 21. JD Mumford. 1987. Analysis of decision making in pest management. Pages 201-208.

Chapter 22-CLAChapter 22. Stuart H Gage and Howard L Russell. 1987. Pest surveillance systems in the USA: A case study using the Michigan State Crop Monitoring System (CCMS). Pages 209-224.

Chapter 23-CLAChapter 23. PE Kenmore. 1987. Crop loss assessment in a practical integrated pest control program for tropical Asian rice. Pages 225-241.

Chapter 24-CLAChapter 24. RA Meronuck. 1987. A computer-based decision aid for managing bean rust. Pages 242-250.

Chapter 25-CLAChapter 25. PM Ives and AB Hearn. 1987. The Siratac system for cotton pest management in Australia. Pages 251-268.

RE Evenson, RW Herdt, M Hossain. 1996. Rice Research in Asia: Progress and Priorities. CAB International, Wallingford, Oxon OX108DE, UK and International  Rice Research Institute, PO Box 933, 1099 Manila, Philippines. 405 pages.

0-book0 Book contents, preface, cover, index. In: RE Evenson, RW Herdt, M Hossain (editors). 1996. Rice Research in Asia: Progress and Priorities. CAB International, Wallingford, Oxon OX108DE, UK and International  Rice Research Institute, PO Box 933, 1099 Manila, Philippines. 405 pages.

1-chapter-1Chapter 1. RE Evenson, RW Herdt, M Hossain. 1996. Introduction. Pages 3-15. In: RE Evenson, RW Herdt, M Hossain (editors). Rice Research in Asia: Progress and Priorities. CAB International, Wallingford, Oxon OX108DE, UK and International  Rice Research Institute, PO Box 933, 1099 Manila, Philippines. 405 pages.

2-chapter-2Chapter 2. M Hossain. 1996. Recent developments in the Asian rice economy: challenges for rice research. Pages 17-33. In: RE Evenson, RW Herdt, M Hossain (editors). Rice Research in Asia: Progress and Priorities. CAB International, Wallingford, Oxon OX108DE, UK and International  Rice Research Institute, PO Box 933, 1099 Manila, Philippines. 405 pages.

3-chapter-3Chapter 3. DP Garrity, VP Singh, M Hossain. 1996. Rice ecosystems analysis for research prioritization. Pages 35-58. In: RE Evenson, RW Herdt, M Hossain (editors). Rice Research in Asia: Progress and Priorities. CAB International, Wallingford, Oxon OX108DE, UK and International  Rice Research Institute, PO Box 933, 1099 Manila, Philippines. 405 pages.

4-chapter-4Chapter 4. GS Khush. 1996. Prospects of and approaches to increasing the genetic yield potential of rice. Pages 59-71. In: RE Evenson, RW Herdt, M Hossain (editors). Rice Research in Asia: Progress and Priorities. CAB International, Wallingford, Oxon OX108DE, UK and International  Rice Research Institute, PO Box 933, 1099 Manila, Philippines. 405 pages.

5-chapter-5Chapter 5. RE Evenson. 1996. The economic principles of research resource allocation. Pages 73-90. In: RE Evenson, RW Herdt, M Hossain (editors). Rice Research in Asia: Progress and Priorities. CAB International, Wallingford, Oxon OX108DE, UK and International  Rice Research Institute, PO Box 933, 1099 Manila, Philippines. 405 pages.

6-chapter-6Chapter 6. RE Evenson. 1996. Priority-setting methods. Pages 91-105. In: RE Evenson, RW Herdt, M Hossain (editors) Rice Research in Asia: Progress and Priorities. CAB International, Wallingford, Oxon OX108DE, UK and International  Rice Research Institute, PO Box 933, 1099 Manila, Philippines. 405 pages.

7-chapter-7Chapter 7. DA Widawsky, JC O’Toole. 1996. Prioritizing the rice research agenda for Eastern India. Pages 109-129. In: RE Evenson, RW Herdt, M Hossain (editors). Rice Research in Asia: Progress and Priorities. CAB International, Wallingford, Oxon OX108DE, UK and International  Rice Research Institute, PO Box 933, 1099 Manila, Philippines. 405 pages.

8-chapter-8Chapter 8. NK Saha, SK Bardhan Roy, SK Ghosh, M Hossain. 1996. Yield gaps, production losses and priority research problem areas in West Bengal, India. Pages 131-143. In: RE Evenson, RW Herdt, M Hossain (editors). Rice Research in Asia: Progress and Priorities. CAB International, Wallingford, Oxon OX108DE, UK and International  Rice Research Institute, PO Box 933, 1099 Manila, Philippines. 405 pages.

9-chapter-9Chapter 9. C Ramasamy, TR Shanmugam, D Suresh. 1996. Constraints to higher rice yields in different rice production environments and prioritization of rice research in Southern India. Pages 145-160. In: RE Evenson, RW Herdt, M Hossain (editors). Rice Research in Asia: Progress and Priorities. CAB International, Wallingford, Oxon OX108DE, UK and International  Rice Research Institute, PO Box 933, 1099 Manila, Philippines. 405 pages.

10-chapter-10Chapter 10. Justin Yifu Lin, Minggao Shen. 1996. Rice production constraints in China. Pages 161-178. In: RE Evenson, RW Herdt, M Hossain (editors). Rice Research in Asia: Progress and Priorities. CAB International, Wallingford, Oxon OX108DE, UK and International  Rice Research Institute, PO Box 933, 1099 Manila, Philippines. 405 pages.

11-chapter-11Chapter 11. MM Dey, MNI Miah, BAA Mustsfi, M Hossain. 1996. Rice production constraints in Bangladesh: implications for further research priorities. Pages 179-191. In: RE Evenson, RW Herdt, M Hossain (editors).  Rice Research in Asia: Progress and Priorities. CAB International, Wallingford, Oxon OX108DE, UK and International  Rice Research Institute, PO Box 933, 1099 Manila, Philippines. 405 pages.

12-chapter-12Chapter 12. HK Upadhyaya. 1996. Rice research in Nepal: current stat and future priorities. Pages 193-215. In: RE Evenson, RW Herdt, M Hossain (editors). Rice Research in Asia: Progress and Priorities. CAB International, Wallingford, Oxon OX108DE, UK and International  Rice Research Institute, PO Box 933, 1099 Manila, Philippines. 405 pages.

13-chapter-13Chapter 13. S Setboonsarng. 1996. Rice research priorities in Thailand. Pages 217-238. In: RE Evenson, RW Herdt, M Hossain (editors). Rice Research in Asia: Progress and Priorities. CAB International, Wallingford, Oxon OX108DE, UK and International  Rice Research Institute, PO Box 933, 1099 Manila, Philippines. 405 pages.

14-chapter-14Chapter 14. M Hossain, FB Gascon, IM Revilla. 1996. Constraints to growth in rice production in the Philippines. Pages 239-249. In: RE Evenson, RW Herdt, M Hossain (editors). Rice Research in Asia: Progress and Priorities. CAB International, Wallingford, Oxon OX108DE, UK and International  Rice Research Institute, PO Box 933, 1099 Manila, Philippines. 405 pages.

15-chapter-15Chapter 15. T Jatileksono. 1996. Rice production losses from pests in Indonesia. Pages 251-257. In: RE Evenson, RW Herdt, M Hossain (editors). Rice Research in Asia: Progress and Priorities. CAB International, Wallingford, Oxon OX108DE, UK and International  Rice Research Institute, PO Box 933, 1099 Manila, Philippines. 405 pages.

16-chapter-16Chapter 16. PS Teng, IM Revilla. 1996. Technical issues in using crop-loss data for research prioritization. Pages 261-275. In: RE Evenson, RW Herdt, M Hossain (editors). Rice Research in Asia: Progress and Priorities. CAB International, Wallingford, Oxon OX108DE, UK and International  Rice Research Institute, PO Box 933, 1099 Manila, Philippines. 405 pages.

17-chapter-17Chapter 17. K Moody. 1996. Priorities for weed science research. Pages 277-290. In: RE Evenson, RW Herdt, M Hossain (editors). Rice Research in Asia: Progress and Priorities. CAB International, Wallingford, Oxon OX108DE, UK and International  Rice Research Institute, PO Box 933, 1099 Manila, Philippines. 405 pages.

18-chapter-18Chapter 18. MM Dey, HK Upadhyaya. 1996. Yield loss due to drought, cold, and submergence in Asia. Pages 291-303. In: RE Evenson, RW Herdt, M Hossain (editors). Rice Research in Asia: Progress and Priorities. CAB International, Wallingford, Oxon OX108DE, UK and International  Rice Research Institute, PO Box 933, 1099 Manila, Philippines. 405 pages.

19-chapter-19Chapter 19. C Ramasamy, T Jatileksono. 1996. Intercountry comparison of insect and disease losses. Pages 305-316. In: RE Evenson, RW Herdt, M Hossain (editors). Rice Research in Asia: Progress and Priorities. CAB International, Wallingford, Oxon OX108DE, UK and International  Rice Research Institute, PO Box 933, 1099 Manila, Philippines. 405 pages.

20-chapter-20Chapter 20. Minggao Shen, Justin Yifu Lin. 1996. The economic impact of rice blast disease in China. Pages 317-324. In: RE Evenson, RW Herdt, M Hossain (editors). Rice Research in Asia: Progress and Priorities. CAB International, Wallingford, Oxon OX108DE, UK and International  Rice Research Institute, PO Box 933, 1099 Manila, Philippines. 405 pages.

21-chapter-21Chapter 21. RE Evenson. 1996. An application of priority-setting methods to the rice biotechnology program. Pages 327-345. In: RE Evenson, RW Herdt, M Hossain (editors).  Rice Research in Asia: Progress and Priorities. CAB International, Wallingford, Oxon OX108DE, UK and International  Rice Research Institute, PO Box 933, 1099 Manila, Philippines. 405 pages.

22-chapter-22Chapter 22. RE Evenson, MM Dey, M Hossain. 1996. Rice research priorities: an application. Pages 347-391. In: RE Evenson, RW Herdt, M Hossain (editors). Rice Research in Asia: Progress and Priorities. CAB International, Wallingford, Oxon OX108DE, UK and International  Rice Research Institute, PO Box 933, 1099 Manila, Philippines. 405 pages.

23-chapter-23Chapter 23. RW Herdt. 1996. Summary, conclusions and implications. Pages 393-405. In: RE Evenson, RW Herdt, M Hossain (editors). Rice Research in Asia: Progress and Priorities. CAB International, Wallingford, Oxon OX108DE, UK and International  Rice Research Institute, PO Box 933, 1099 Manila, Philippines. 405 pages.

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1976 4 173-176 TanakaFukusaburo TANAKA. 1976. Simple Method for Discriminating Black-Wedged and Pecky Rice Grains from Healthy Unhulled Rice Grains. Japanese Journal of Applied Entomology and Zoology 20 (4): 173-176.

1978 4 255-259 KoyamaJuro KOYAMA. 1978. Analysis of Damage by the Rice Leaf Beetle, Oulema oryzae KUWAYAMA (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae). Japanese Journal of Applied Entomology and Zoology 22 (4): 255-259.

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IRRN 1989 14 (2) 35Liu, G., Wilkins, R.M. and Saxena, R.C. 1989.  Effect of plant age on whitebacked planthopper feeding.  International Rice Research Newsletter 14(2): 35.

IRRN 1989 14 (2) 37Arida, G.S., Shepard, B.M. and Almazan, L.P. 1989.  Effect of parasitism on food consumption of rice leaffolder Marasmia patnalis.  International Rice Research Newsletter 14(2): 37.

IRRN 1989 14 (6) 32Arida, G.S., Heong, K.L. and Dorji, C. 1989.  Yield loss caused by rice stem borers in southern Bhutan.  International Rice Research Newsletter 14(6): 32.

IRRN 1990 15 (1) 34Rubia, E.G. and Penning de Vries, F.W.T. 1990.  Simulation of rice yield reduction caused by stem borer.  International Rice Research Newsletter 15(1): 34.

IRRN 1992 17 (3) 20Arida, G.S.; Dorji, C.; Heong, K.L. 1992.  Damage by rice thrips and defoliators in southern Bhutan.  International Rice Research Newsletter 17(3): 20.

IRRN 1992 17 (3) 23Lakshmanan PS, Kumar SM, Velusamy R. 1992. Sheath rot severity due to rice bug infection. International Rice Research Newsletter 17 (3) 23.

IRRN 1993 18 (2) 26-27Pangga, I.; Fabellar, L.T.; Teng, P.S.; Heong, K.L. 1993.  Leaf blast -leaffolder interactions in lowland rice.  International Rice Research Newsletter 18(2): 26-27.

IRRN 1993 18 (3) 41-42Castilla, N.P.; Mabbayad, M.O.; Barrion, A.T.; Elazegui, F.A.; Savary, S. 1993.  Combined effects of pests in farmers’ fields: methodological outlines of a yield-loss data base in rice.  International Rice Research Notes 18(3): 41-42.

IRRN 1994 19 (2) 7-8Fabellar, L.T.; Fabellar, N.T. and K.L. Heong. 1994.  Simulating rice leaffolder feeding effects on yield using MACROS.  International Rice Research Notes 19(2):7-8.

IRRN 1976 1 (2) 8bAbeyratne AM. 1976. Brown planthopper damage in Sri Lanka. International Rice Research Newsletter 1 (2) 8b

IRRN 1976 1 (2) 8cAlam S and Rezaul Karim A. N. M. 1976. Brown planthopper outbreak in Bangladesh. International Rice Research Newsletter 1 (2) 8c.

IRRN 1976 1 (2) 9Domingo IT. 1976. Pest incidence in Central Luzon, the rice granary of the Philippines. International Rice Research Newsletter 1 (2) 9.

IRRN 1976 1 (2) 14 ChannaBasavanna GP, Gubbaiah G, Shivaram Rai P, and Mahadevappa, M. 1976. The rice brown planthopper Nilaparvata lugens Stål in Karnataka, India. International Rice Research Newsletter 1 (2) 14.

IRRN 1976 1 (2) 14-15Mammen K. V.1976. Occurrence of rice mealy bug in Kerala. International Rice Research Newsletter 1 (2) 14-15.

IRRN 1976 1 (2) 17bPrakasa Rao, PS. Israel, P and Krishna, AG. 1976. Brown planthopper attack in East Godavari, A.P., India. International Rice Research Newsletter 1 (2) 17b.

IRRN 1976 1 (2) 15bYung-Tung Ou. 1976. Occurrence of a mite in Tainan District, Taiwan. International Rice Research Newsletter 1 (2) 15b.

IRRN 1977 2 (1) 5 Hsieh Chao-yen. 1977. “Empty-head” — a serious rice problem in Taiwan. International Rice Research Newsletter 2 (1) 5.

IRRN 1977 2 (1) 8bRao YS, Das PK. 1977. A new mite pest of rice in India. International Rice Research Newsletter 2 (1) 8b.

IRRN 1977 2 (2) 7McCrae DJ. 1977. Brown planthopper in Borneo International Rice Research Newsletter 2 (2) 7.

IRRN 1977 2 (4) 6Soejitno J. 1977. Relation between damage by rice stem borer Scirpophaga (Tryporyza) incertulas and yield of rice variety Pelita I-1. International Rice Research Newsletter 2 (4) 6.

IRRN 1977 2 (4) 6aVan Halteren P. 1977. Yield losses and economic injury levels of rice insect pests in South Sulawesi, Indonesia. International Rice Research Newsletter 2 (4) 6a.

IRRN 1977 2 (5) 10-11Mochida O, Oka IN, Dandi S, Harahap Z, Sutjipto P, Beachell HM. 1977. IR26 found susceptible to the brown planthopper in North Sumatra, Indonesia. International Rice Research Newsletter 2 (5) 10-11.

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) 19Alam S, M. Badiul Alam. 1977. Whitebacked planthopper outbreak in Bangladesh. International Rice Research Newsletter 2 (5) 19.

IRRN 1977 2 (6) 14-15Lim GS, KL Heong, 1977. Recent brown planthopper incidence and its implications in Malaysia. International Rice Research Newsletter 2 (6) 14-15.

IRRN 1977 2 (6) 16-17Venkata Rao G, K. Muralidharan 1977. Outbreak of Malayan black rice bug in Nellore district. International Rice Research Newsletter 2 (6) 16-17.

IRRN 1978 3 (2) 12Chatterjee PB. 1978. Occurrence of brown planthopper on rice in West Bengal, India. International Rice Research Newsletter 3 (2) 12.

IRRN 1978 3 (1) 13Nath DK, SC Sen. 1978. Brown planthoppers in West Bengal, India. International Rice Research Newsletter 3 (1) 13.

IRRN 1978 3 (3) 15-16Palmer LT, Y Soepriaman, O Mochida. 1978. The distribution of ragged stunt disease and its resulting rice yield reduction in Indonesia. International Rice Research Newsletter 3 (3) 15-16.

IRRN 1978 3 (3) 17aNatarajan K, A. Palchamy. 1978. Outbreak of rice caseworm and brown planthopper in Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India. International Rice Research Newsletter 3 (3) 17a.

IRRN 1978 3 (4) 17-18Alam S, MS Alam, MA Chowdhury. 1978. Brown planthopper situation in Bangladesh. International Rice Research Newsletter 3 (4) 17-18.

IRRN 1978 3 (5) 16Rajendran B, P Narayanasamy, Krishi Vigyan Kendra. 1978. Occurrence of the brown planthopper on rice in Pondicherry region, India. International Rice Research Newsletter 3 (5) 16.

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 1978 3 (6) 11aMahar MM, IM Bhatti, MR Hakro. Whitebacked planthopper appears on rice in Sind, Pakistan. International Rice Research Newsletter 3 (6) 11a.

IRRN 1979 4 (1) 7-8Thomas MR, SS Nair, NR Nair. 1979. Outbreak of rice thrips in Kuttanadu, Kerala, India. International Rice Research Newsletter 4 (1) 7-8.

IRRN 1979 4 (1) 17Chakravorty S. 1979. Damage to rice grains by stem borer attack. International Rice Research Newsletter 4 (1) 17.

IRRN 1979 4 (1) 17aAbdul Majid, MA Makdoomi, IA Dar. 1979. Occurrence and control of the whitebacked planthopper in the Punjab of Pakistan. International Rice Research Newsletter 4 (1) 17a.

IRRN 1979 4 (2) 12Naik R. 1979. Occurrence of rice ragged stunt disease in West Bengal, India. International Rice Research Newsletter 4 (2) 12.

IRRN 1979 4 (2) 17Rambajan I. 1979. Rice leafminer damage — a problem in Guyana. International Rice Research Newsletter 4 (2) 17.

IRRN 1979 4 (3) 20Verma SK, PK Pathak, BN Singh, MN Lal. 1979. Occurrence of brown and whitebacked planthoppers in Uttar Pradesh, India. International Rice Research Newsletter 4 (3) 20.

IRRN 1979 4 (3) 20-21Basu SK. 1979. Whorl maggot damage on flag leaf. International Rice Research Newsletter 4 (3) 20-21.

IRRN 1979 4 (4) 13Srinivasan S. 1979. Yield loss due to rice tungro virus. International Rice Research Newsletter 4 (4) 13.

IRRN 1979 4 (4) 17aAlam S, MS Alam. 1979. Hopperburn by the orange-headed leafhopper in Bangladesh. International Rice Research Newsletter 4 (4) 17a.

IRRN 1979 4 (5) 11Ghauri MSK. 1979. Whitebacked planthopper attacks before introduction of new rice varieties in Pakistan. International Rice Research Newsletter 4 (5) 11.

IRRN 1979 4 (5) 18Narayanasamy P, P Baskaran 1979. Relationship between the incidence of brown planthopper and rice stem rot pathogen. International Rice Research Newsletter 4 (5) 18.

IRRN 1979 4 (5) 20Sasidharan NK, AES Kurup, M Vijayan, S Santha Kumari, 1979. Incidence of whorl maggot in Onattukara, Kerala, India. International Rice Research Newsletter 4 (5) 20.

IRRN 1979 4 (5) 20-21Alam S, MS Alam, ANM Rezaul Karim, 1979. Rice mealybug outbreak in Bangladesh. International Rice Research Newsletter 4 (5) 20-21.

IRRN 1979 4 (6) 15-16Budhraja K, RR Rawat, OP Singh 1979. Feeding behavior of rice hispa Dicladispa armigera. International Rice Research Newsletter 4 (6) 15-16.

IRRN 1980 5 (1) 11-12Agyen-Sampong M, SJ Fannah. 1980. Dirty panicles and rice yield reduction caused by seed bugs. International Rice Research Newsletter 5 (1) 11-12.

IRRN 1990 15 (1) 15-16Lim GS, PAC Ooi, AK Koh. 1980. Brown planthopper outbreaks and associated yield losses in Malaysia. International Rice Research Newsletter 5 (1) 15-16.

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 (4) 8-9Pophali DJ, PD Deshmukh, UK Kaushik, SK Shrivastava, GL Patidar, GA Gangrade, 1980. Assessment of yield losses caused by the earhead-cutting caterpillar Mythimna separata Walker. International Rice Research Newsletter 5 (4) 8-9.

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 (2) 6Thakur R, BN Sahay, RK Singh, AK Roy. 1981. Rice cultivars found resistant during a tungro epidemic. International Rice Research Newsletter 6 (2) 6.

IRRN 1981 6 (3) 19Chatterjee PB, A Debgoswami. 1981. Rice grasshopper outbreak in West Bengal, India. International Rice Research Newsletter 6 (3) 19.

IRRN 1981 6 (5) 18Hirao J. 1981. Widespread outbreaks of immigrating leaffolders and whitebacked planthoppers in southwestern Japan. International Rice Research Newsletter 6 (5) 18.

IRRN 1981 6 (6) 17-18Alghali AM, EO Osisanya 1981. Effects of rice plant age on diopsid oviposition and plant susceptibility. International Rice Research Newsletter 6 (6) 17-18.

IRRN 1982 7 (1) 11Venugopalarao A, AK Sanyal, TR Rao. 1982. Mites infesting rice in Visakhapatnam District, Andhra Pradesh, India. International Rice Research Newsletter 7 (1) 11.

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 (2) 12Catling HD, R Pattrasudhi, S Boonyaviwatana. 1982. Yellow rice borer incidence in deepwater rice in Thailand, 1981. International Rice Research Newsletter 7 (2) 12.

IRRN 1982 7 (3) 9Dhaliwal GS, J Singh. 1982. Yellow stem borer damage to rice varieties in the Punjab, India. International Rice Research Newsletter 7 (3) 9.

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

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) 18-19Sain M, JS Bentur, MB Kalode. 1982. Boot leaf and spikelet damage in rice by whorl maggot Hydrellia philippina Ferino. International Rice Research Newsletter 7 (5) 18-19.

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 1982 7 (6) 16Krishnasamy N, DP Chauhan, RK Das. 1982. The flea beetle as a rice pest in Assam, India. International Rice Research Newsletter 7 (6) 16.

IRRN 1983 8 (1) 6Garg DK, JP Tandon. 1983. Sesamia inferens — a serious pest of rice in Uttar Pradesh Hills, India. International Rice Research Newsletter 8 (1) 6.

IRRN 1983 8 (1) 10Gyawali BK. 1983. Whitebacked planthopper outbreak in Kathmandu Valley, Nepal. International Rice Research Newsletter 8 (1) 10.

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 (2) 13Pradhan SB, BB Shahi. 1983. Leaffolder outbreak in tarai belt of Nepal. International Rice Research Newsletter 8 (2) 13.

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) 13-14Murugesan S, S Chelliah. 1983. Rice yield loss caused by leaffolder damage at tillering stage. International Rice Research Newsletter 8 (4) 13-14.

IRRN 1983 8 (4) 14Murugesan S, S Chelliah. 1983. Rice yield losses caused by leaffolder damage to the flag leaf. International Rice Research Newsletter 8 (4) 14.

IRRN 1983 8 (4) 18Pradhan RB, NK Khatri, KC Sharma. 1983. Whitebacked planthopper Sogatella furcifera Horvath on rice in Kathmandu Valley. International Rice Research Newsletter 8 (4) 18.

IRRN 1983 8 (4) 18aBaskaran B, P Narayanaswamy, A Sambasivam. 1983. Brown planthopper outbreak in South Arcot District, Tamil Nadu, India. International Rice Research Newsletter 8 (4) 18a.

IRRN 1983 8 (5) 10Roy AK. 1983. Rice grain discoloration in Assam, India. International Rice Research Newsletter 8 (5) 10.

IRRN 1983 8 (5) 13Uthamasamy S, V Velu, M Gopalan, KM Ramanathan. 1983. Incidence of brown planthopper Nilaparvata lugens Stål on IR50 at graded levels of fertilization at Aduthurai. International Rice Research Newsletter 8 (5) 13.

IRRN 1983 8 (5) 17Gowda G, KR Jayaram, Nagaraju. 1983. Thaia subrufa (Homoptera: Cicadellidae) occurrence in Karnataka, India. International Rice Research Newsletter 8 (5) 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 1984 9 (2) 18aGubbaiah. 1984. Rice thrips outbreak in the Visweswarayya Canal (VC) tract. International Rice Research Newsletter 9 (2) 18a.

IRRN 1984 9 (2) 19-20Kittur SU, R K Agrawal, AK Badaya. 1984. Occurrence of hairy caterpillar Porthesia xanthorrhoea Koller on summer rice. International Rice Research Newsletter 9 (2) 19-20.

IRRN 1984 9 (3) 16-17Taylor T, Z Islam. 1984. Crop loss in deepwater rice caused by yellow stem borer. International Rice Research Newsletter 9 (3) 16-17.

IRRN 1984 9 (3) 21Taylor B. 1984. Deepwater rice and yellow stem borer larvae. International Rice Research Newsletter 9 (3) 21.

IRRN 1984 9 (4) 9Lee JO, HG Goh. 1984. Yield losses of a susceptible rice variety to brown planthopper in Korea. International Rice Research Newsletter 9 (4) 9.

IRRN 1984 9 (4) 12Mariappan V, TB Ranganathan. 1984. Rice grassy stunt at high altitudes. International Rice Research Newsletter 9 (4) 12.

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 (4) 13-14Alam MS. 1984. Incidence of brown planthopper and white fly in Nigeria. International Rice Research Newsletter 9 (4) 13-14.

IRRN 1984 9 (4) 14Saini SS. 1984. Hopperburn caused by whitebacked planthopper. International Rice Research Newsletter 9 (4) 14.

IRRN 1984 9 (5) 14-15Thuat NC, D vun Thans. 1984. Population dynamics of the brown planthopper in the Mekong Delta. International Rice Research Newsletter 9 (5) 14-15.

IRRN 1984 9 (6) 20Kushwaha KS, R Singh. 1984. Leaffolder outbreak in Haryana, India. International Rice Research Newsletter 9 (6) 20.

IRRN 1985 10 (1) 12Lakshmanan P, T Manoharan, K Ranganathan. 1985. Outbreak of rice tungro virus in North Arcot District. International Rice Research Newsletter 10 (1) 12.

IRRN 1985 10 (2) 15aUthamasamy S, V Mariappan. 1985. Occurrence of black bug in Tamil Nadu. International Rice Research Newsletter 10 (2) 15a.

IRRN 1985 10 (2) 17aGarg DK. 1985. A new record of rice shoot fly in the northwestern hills of India. International Rice Research Newsletter 10 (2) 17a.

IRRN 1985 10 (3) 17Datta SK, D Konar, PK Banerjee, SK De. 1985. Effect of yellow stem borer at different internodes of deep water rice. International Rice Research Newsletter 10 (3) 17.

IRRN 1985 10 (4) 11Arjunan G, R Samiyappan, V Mariappan, AVR Reddy, R Jeyarajan. 1985. Rice yellow dwarf in Tamil Nadu, India. International Rice Research Newsletter 10 (4) 11.

IRRN 1985 10 (5) 16Singh R, H Chand. 1985. Rice grain discoloration and its chemical control. International Rice Research Newsletter 10 (5) 16.

IRRN 1985 10 (5) 18Rahman MM, H Hibino. 1985. Recovery of virus from tungro infected leaves with or without leafhopper infestation. International Rice Research Newsletter 10 (5) 18.

IRRN 1985 10 (5) 20-21Datta SK, D Konar, SK De, PK Banerjee. 1985. Stem injury in deep water rice as a guide for determining yellow stem borer infestation at different growth stages. International Rice Research Newsletter 10 (5) 20-21.

IRRN 1985 10 (5) 21Chieng C. 1985. Stem borer infestation on hybrid rice. International Rice Research Newsletter 10 (5) 21.

IRRN 1986 11 (1) 11Kushwaha KS, R Singh. 1986. Whitebacked planthopper outbreak in Haryana, India. International Rice Research Newsletter 11 (1) 11.

IRRN 1986 11 (1) 14Chatterjee PB. 1986. Brown shield bug attack on rice. International Rice Research Newsletter 11(1): 14.

IRRN 1986 11 (1) 14-15Banerjee DK, DK Nath. 1986. Rice hispa in Burdwan, West Bengal. International Rice Research Newsletter 11 (1) 14-15.

IRRN 1986 11 (1) 19Faan Hweichung, Zhang Shuguang, Xie Shuungda, Zhou Lianggao, and Liu Chaozhing, Liu Xiaurong. 1986. Rice gall dwarf virus outbreak in West Guangdong Province, China. International Rice Research Newsletter 11 (1) 19.

IRRN 1986 11 (3) 23Ram P. Whitebacked planthopper and leaffolder in Haryana. International Rice Research Newsletter 11 (3) 23.

IRRN 1986 11 (4) 30-31Sah NN. 1986. Whitebacked planthopper attack in Assam, India. International Rice Research Newsletter 11 (4) 30-31.

IRRN 1986 11 (4) 35aVelusamy R, PC Sundara Babu. 1986. Occurrence of rice mealybug in Tamil Nadu, India. International Rice Research Newsletter 11 (4) 35a.

IRRN 1986 11 (4) 36-37Shah NK.1986. Black beetle — a serious rice pest in western Himalayas. International Rice Research Newsletter 11 (4) 36-37.

IRRN 1986 11 (4) 37Delpachitra D, DL Wickramasinghe. 1986. Effect of Leptocorisa spp. rice bugs on rice grain filling. International Rice Research Newsletter 11 (4) 37.

IRRN 1986 11 (4) 38Swamiappan M. 1986. Mites attack IR56 in Vallanad, Tamil Nadu. International Rice Research Newsletter 11 (4) 38.

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) 7Kushwaha KS, R Singh. 1986. Resistance and yield loss to whitebacked planthopper at flowering stage. International Rice Research Newsletter 11 (5) 7.

IRRN 1987 12 (2) 17-18Datta SK, D Konar, SK De, and PK Banerjee. 1987. Growth duration and hispa susceptibility. International Rice Research Newsletter 12 (2) 17-18.

IRRN 1987 12 (2) 18aSaroja R, M Suriachandraselvan, J Venkatakrishnan, K Nilakantapillai, TE Ranganathan. 1987. Field evaluation of rice cultivar resistance to leaffolder and sheath rot. International Rice Research Newsletter 12 (2) 18a.

IRRN 1987 12 (2) 34Gubbaiah, D Dasappa, HP Revanna. 1987. The rice whitebacked planthopper in Karnataka. International Rice Research Newsletter 12 (2) 34.

IRRN 1987 12 (3) 30aPatel RK, MP Janoria, and AK Bhowmik. 1987. Leaffolder population on rice under drought. International Rice Research Newsletter 12 (3) 30a.

IRRN 1987 12 (3) 32Delpachitra ND, DL Wickramasinghe. 1987. Rice thrips Stenchaetothrips biformis (Bagnall) effect on yield. International Rice Research Newsletter 12 (3) 32.

IRRN 1987 12 (4) 33Murty VST, BS Chandrakar, AK Singh, RK Misra. 1987. Effect of grain spotting on rice quality. International Rice Research Newsletter 12 (4) 33.

IRRN 1987 12 (4) 41-42Chatterjee PB. 1987. Rice thrips infestations in West Bengal. International Rice Research Newsletter 12 (4) 41-42.

IRRN 1987 12 (4) 44-45Chatterjee PB, 1987. Rice leaffolder infestations in West Bengal. International Rice Research Newsletter 12 (4) 44-45.

IRRN 1987 12 (4) 45Gopalan M, NC Radja, G Balasubramanian. 1987. Biochemical changes in rice plants infested with mealybug. International Rice Research Newsletter 12 (4) 45.

IRRN 1987 12 (5) 26Shankar G, P Barkoran. 1987. Outbreak of whitebacked planthopper near Annamalainagar, South lndia. International Rice Research Newsletter 12 (5) 26.

IRRN 1987 12 (5) 28Pandya HV, AH Shah, MS Purohit. 1987. Yield loss caused by leaffolder damage alone and  combined with yellow stem borer damage. International Rice Research Newsletter 12 (5) 28.

IRRN 1987 12 (5) 28-29Reddy KL, C Srinivas, TG Nageshwar Rao, P Srinivas Rao. 1987. Rice thrips, a new rice pest in Northern Telangana, India. International Rice Research Newsletter 12 (5) 28-29.

IRRN 1988 13 (1) 26-27Natarajan K, MS Venugopal, S Chelliah. 1988. Brown planthopper outbreak in Thanjavur District, Tamil Nadu. International Rice Research Newsletter 13 (1) 26-27.

IRRN 1988 13 (3) 16-17Kushwaha KS. 1988. Leaffolder epidemic in Haryana. International Rice Research Newsletter 13 (3) 16-17.

IRRN 1988 13 (3) 38Qadeer GA, SP Arya, OS Tome. 1988. Leaffolder outbreak in Haryana. International Rice Research Newsletter 13 (3) 38.

IRRN 1988 13 (5) 31Reddy PSR, VD Naidu. 1988. Severe outbreak of green leafhopper in Cuddapah District, Andhra Pradesh, India. International Rice Research Newsletter 13 (5) 31.

IRRN 1988 13 (6) 36Sindhusake C, P Vungsilabutr, V Yaklai. 1988. Brown planthopper outbreak in Kanchana Buri Province, Thailand. International Rice Research Newsletter 13 (6) 36.

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 (3) 37Jain RK. 1989. Influence of rice tungro virus infection on the severity of bacterial blight and bacterial leaf streak diseases in rice. International Rice Research Newsletter 14 (3) 37.

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 (4) 38Gupta SP, A Prakash, A Choudhury, J Rao, A Gupta. 1989. Pentatomid bugs reduce rice grain quality in farmers’ fields in Orissa. International Rice Research Newsletter 14 (4) 38.

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 1989 14 (6) 10Shrivastava SK. 1989. Leaffolder damage and yield loss on some selected rice varieties. International Rice Research Newsletter 14 (6) 10.

IRRN 1989 14 (6) 33aIslam Z. 1989. Crop losses due to hispa beetle damage in deepwater rice. International Rice Research Newsletter 14 (6) 33a.

IRRN 1990 15 (2) 16-17Swamiappan M, KS Rajaram and V Chandrasenan Nair. 1990. Outbreak of blue beetle in India. International Rice Research Newsletter 15 (2) 16-17.

IRRN 1990 15 (5) 21aChatterjee PB, PK Bera. 1990. Rice grain yield loss due to rice hispa damage. International Rice Research Newsletter 15 (5) 21a.

IRRN 1991 16 (1) 22Salim M, A Rehman, M Ramzan. 1991. Leaffolder outbreak in Punjab, Pakistan. International Rice Research Newsletter 16 (1) 22.

IRRN 1991 16 (4) 20Zulkifli E, J Klap, J Castano. 1991. Effect of grain discoloration in upland rice on some yield components. International Rice Research Newsletter 16 (4) 20.

IRRN 1991 16 (6) 27Lakshmanan P, SM Kumar, R Velusamy, K Indira. 1991. Loss of rice grain yield and seedling vigor due to sheath rot and mealy bug interaction. International Rice Research Newsletter 16 (6) 27.

IRRN 1992 17 (1) 15Joshi RC, CJ Angcla, MN Ukwungwu. 1992. Yield losses due to stalk-eyed fly in Nigeria. International Rice Research Newsletter 17 (1) 15.

IRRN 1992 17 (1) 26aBhudhasamai T, P Silapasorn, N Chantaraprapha. 1992. Effect of foliar insecticide sprays on rice leaf folder Cnaphalocrocis medinalis Guenée and rice yield. International Rice Research Newsletter 17 (1) 26a.

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) 23Lakshmanan P. 1992. Brevennia rehi (Lindinger), vector for the sheath rot pathogen. International Rice Research Newsletter 17 (2) 23.

IRRN 1992 17 (2) 25-26Joshi RC, MN Ukwungwu. 1992. Stalk-eyed fly damage to lowland irrigated rices in Nigeria. International Rice Research Newsletter 17 (2) 25-26.

IRRN 1992 17 (3) 20Arida GS, C Dorji, KL Heong. 1992. Damage by rice panicle thrips and defoliators in southern Bhutan. International Rice Research Newsletter 17 (3) 20.

IRRN 1992 17 (3) 23Lakshmanan P, SM Kumar, R Velusamy. 1992. Sheath rot severity due to rice bug infection. International Rice Research Newsletter 17 (3) 23.

IRRN 1992 17 (6) 25-26Sachan SK. 1992. Rice leaffolder outbreak in valleys of Uttar Pradesh, India. International Rice Research Newsletter 17 (6) 25-26.

IRRN 1992 17 (6) 30Pantoja A. 1992. Hydrellia wirthi Korytkowski damage to rice in Colombia. International Rice Research Newsletter 17 (6) 30.

IRRN 1995 20 (1) 28Thomas M, AK Naidu. 1995. Indian wild boar Sus scrofa L.: a rice pest in Madhya Pradesh, India. International Rice Research Notes 20 (1) 28.

IRRN 1997 22 (1) 43-44PV Du, S Savary, FA Elazegui. 1997. A survey of rice constraints in the Mekong Delta. International Rice Research Notes 22 (1) 43-44.

IRRN 1997 22 (2) 43GC Santiago, EG Rubia, VP Gapud, HD Justo, SR Obien. 1997. Effect of rice armyworm Mythimna separata (Walker) on grain yield of rice. International Rice Research Notes 22 (2) 43.

IRRN 1999 24 (2) 20-21T Watanabe. 1999. Feeding effects of rice leaffolder on flag leaf gas exchange of rice plants at flowering. International Rice Research Notes 24 (2) 20-21.

IRRN 1999 24 (3) 28-29Z Islam. 1999. Influence of unusual weather on pest outbreaks and rice production in Bangladesh. International Rice Research Notes 24 (3) 28-29.

IRRN 2000 25 (1) 35-36NH Huan, KL Heong. 2000. Rice grassy stunt virus disease outbreak in the Mekong Delta. International Rice Research Notes 25 (1) 35-36.

IRRN 2000 25 (3) 27-28Khiev Bunnarith, GC Jahn, Pol Chanty, Chhorn Nel. 2000. Effects of simulated pest damage on rice yields. International Rice Research Notes 25 (3) 27-28.

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