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Intercropping and Crop Rotations Crop rotation is another means of reducing insect infestation. It breaks the continuity of the food chain of oligophagous pests. Sorghum is generally rotated with cotton, groundnut, sunflower, or sugarcane to reduce the damage by A. soccata, S. sorghicola, and C. angustatus. A carefully selected cropping system (intercropping or mixed cropping) can be used to reduce pest incidence, and minimize the risks involved in monocultures. Sorghum shoofly, A. soccata, and midge, S.
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