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Control trials against the leaf-eating generation of Prays oleae by Bacillus thuringiensis and diflubenzuron



Control trials against the leaf-eating generation of Prays oleae by Bacillus thuringiensis and diflubenzuron



Bulletin OEPP 16(2): 403-406



In 2 trials in Tunisia against the 3rd generation of the yponomeutid Prays oleae on olive, Bactospeine (Bacillus thuringiensis afforded nearly 50% mortality of larvae, whereas diflubenzuron appeared ineffective. Deltamethrin caused nearly complete mortality. Checks on pupae in corrugated cardboard traps showed that both B. thuringiensis and diflubenzuron reduced emerging populations by 74-79%.

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