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Persistent toxicity of three modified formulations of carbofuran to brown planthopper BPH in India






International Rice Research Newsletter 11(6): 21

Persistent toxicity of three modified formulations of carbofuran to brown planthopper BPH in India

The persistent toxicity of 3 modified formulations of granular carbofuran to the brown planthopper was studied in field trials in Kerala, India. The formulations were broadcast into the floodwater at 0.75 and 1.5 kg a.i./ha 5 days after transplanting.

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