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Against lepidopterous pests of stored grain


, : Against lepidopterous pests of stored grain. Zashchita Rastenii Moskva (3): 37-38

Granaries at a farm in the Alma-Ata region of the Kazakh SSR, USSR, infested with the meal moth Mediterranean flour moth corn moth and also Cephitinea colonella where grain losses reached 7% were sprayed with a 50% Actellic e.c. at 0.4 g, 60% Basudin e.c. at 0.5 g or 50% Lebaycid e.c at 0.6 g/msuperscript 2, in all cases in 0.2 litre liquid/msuperscript 2.

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