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Resistance to methyl parathion and monocrotophos in the bandedwing whitefly in Louisiana

Resistance to methyl parathion and monocrotophos in the bandedwing whitefly in Louisiana

Journal of Economic Entomology 70(2): 263-266

Bioassays during 1969-71 demonstrated that Trialeurodes abutilonea (Haldeman) [a cotton pest] had developed up to 78.times. resistance to methyl parathion in certain areas of Louisiana [USA]. Levels of resistance were highest in populations from areas where growers were experiencing the greatest difficulty in controlling this insect. Although low levels of resistance (6.times.) to monocrotophos were demonstrated in laboratory tests, it was still effective for control of bandedwing whiteflies in the field.

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DOI: 10.1093/jee/70.2.263

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