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Timing of sprays for control of potato aphids and leaf roll virus



Timing of sprays for control of potato aphids and leaf roll virus



Proceedings, Crop Protection in Northern Britain, Dundee University, 15-17 March 1987: 174-179



Full season-long programmes of sprays of demeton-S-methyl at 243.6 g a.i./ha were compared with reduced programmes, omitting either the first or the last spray or both, for the control of the potato aphids Macrosiphum euphorbiae earlier in the season and Myzus persicae late in the season, and the suppression of leaf roll virus spread in field studies in Scotland in 1984-85.

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