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Toxicity of some insecticides to eggs of the oriental fruit moth and codling moth


Toxicity of some insecticides to eggs of the oriental fruit moth and codling moth



Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Ontario 108: 69-74



The results are presented and compared of laboratory toxicity tests of permethrin, azinphos-methyl and phosmet to newly laid and blackhead eggs of Cydia molesta (Busck) (Grapholita molesta) and C. pomonella (L.) (Laspeyresia pomonella). All 3 insecticides had considerable activity against the eggs of both pests. In the field in Canada, permethrin at 0.24 kg/ha reduced the hatch of eggs of C. pomonella in cages on apple foliage for 17-21 days.

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