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Resistance to carbamate insecticides in the green rice leafhopper, Nephotettix cincticeps Uhler



Resistance to carbamate insecticides in the green rice leafhopper, Nephotettix cincticeps Uhler



Review of Plant Protection Research 9: 101-123



This review, mainly from the literature of Japan, of the development of resistance to insecticides (especially carbamates) in Nephotettix cincticeps (Uhl.) on rice, contains sections on the history and distribution of resistance in Japan; the degree of resistance to carbamates and cross-resistance to organophosphates; the relationship between the pattern of application of carbamates against rice cicadellids and delphacids and the development of resistance in N. cincticeps; the mechanisms of resistance; the biological characteristics of N. cincticeps relevant to resistance; countermeasures for the control of this pest; and prevention of the development of resistance. Since it is now too late to reverse the tendency of the leafhopper to develop resistance to different kinds of insecticides, and the danger of the evolution of multiresistant strains is very real, it is concluded that measures must be taken to prevent outbreaks of leafhoppers in rice-fields, including the elimination of susceptible graminaceous weeds from the fields during the off-season to remove overwintering pest populations; as a result of reducing existing leafhopper numbers and the risk of outbreaks, the frequency of chemical insecticide application can gradually be reduced, thus delaying the development or intensification of resistance in later generations of N. cincticeps.

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