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Dimethoate dipping of Kensington mango against Queensland fruit fly



Dimethoate dipping of Kensington mango against Queensland fruit fly



Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture and Animal Husbandry 24(127): 620-623



Dipping mangoes in Queensland for 0.5 or 3 min in solutions of dimethoate (nominally 375 or 500 mg/litre) was highly effective against infestation by Dacus tryoni, with more than 99.9% mortality. Residual dimethoate from dipping the fruit for 3 min at a nominal 500 mg/litre was below the maximum limit in Australia of 2 mg/kg.

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