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Resistance to insecticides in the green rice leafhopper



Resistance to insecticides in the green rice leafhopper



Japan Pesticide Information (23): 9-12



The distribution of organophosphate- and carbamate-resistant strains of Nephotettix cincticeps (Uhl.) on rice in Japan is described from reports received from the Prefectures. The LD50's of 10 organophosphorus insecticides for a resistant strain collected in Nakagawara, Ehime Prefecture , in 1970 are compared with similar data for 1963 published by K. Ozaki & Y. Kurosu and a great increase in the level of resistance is demonstrated.

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