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Relative toxicity of aminocarb to wandering and mining second-instar larvae of the spruce budworm



Relative toxicity of aminocarb to wandering and mining second-instar larvae of the spruce budworm



Bi monthly Research Notes 36(3): 9-10



In investigations on the timing of aerial insecticide sprays against second-instar larvae of Choristoneura fumiferana (Clem.), aminocarb was applied at 53 g in 1.2 litres/ha to balsam fir (Abies balsamea) in Quebec in 1978. Larvae were placed in the laboratory on foliage from treated and untreated plots, and it was estimated that about 25% of all the larvae that emerged from hibernation in the field would be affected by the treatment in the first 3 days after spraying.

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