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Attractants, repellents and antifeedants



Attractants, repellents and antifeedants



Informe Agropecuario 12(140): 18-23



Some of the principles and possibilities for pest control with insect attractants, repellents and feeding deterrents are discussed. Physical and chemical attractants and pheromones are included, the pheromones being classified as aggregation, dispersal or specific. Physical and chemical repellents are reviewed. The antifeedants are divided into triazines, carbamates and vegetable extracts.

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