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Laboratory and field persistence of new commercial formulations of the Heliothis nucleopolyhedrosis virus, Baculovirus heliothis



Laboratory and field persistence of new commercial formulations of the Heliothis nucleopolyhedrosis virus, Baculovirus heliothis



Journal of Economic Entomology 69(2): 233-236



Under conditions of both simulated and natural sunlight in the laboratory in the United States, four new wettable-powder formulations of Baculovirus heliothis, the entomopathogenic virus of Heliothis spp. were about 10-45% as active and 2-5 times as persistent as were two original formulations.

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DOI: 10.1093/jee/69.2.233


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