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------- In experiments, cv. Igloo was found to be a poor host.
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-------In experiments, cv. Snezna kepa was found to be a poor host (RF = 0.33)
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--------- In laboratory experiments conducted in Indonesia, it was considered to be an unsuitable host for S. frugiperda (low survival rate).