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Chemical control of pine gall midges (Thecodiplosis japonensis Uchida et Inouye) IV. Improvement of the trunk implantation method with insecticides


Seoul National University College of Agriculture Bulletinrecd 1983; 6(2): 21-31
Chemical control of pine gall midges (Thecodiplosis japonensis Uchida et Inouye) IV. Improvement of the trunk implantation method with insecticides
In field trials on pines in Korea, 5 insecticides were applied by 3 trunk implantation methods for the control of Thecodiplosis japonensis Uch. & Inouye. When injected with a Mauget Injector Unit, omethoate (as Folimat EC 50%) was the most effective, followed by vamidothion (as Kilval EC 40%) and phosphamidon (as Dimecron EC 50%). At rates of application of 0.1, 0.2 and 0.3 ml/cm diameter at breast height, the highest dosage was the most effective and the lowest dosage the least effective.


Accession: 001053800



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