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Effect of modern insecticides on sucking pests of cotton when used for control of bollworms



Effect of modern insecticides on sucking pests of cotton when used for control of bollworms



Pestology 13(6): 5-6



Amitraz, fenpropathrin, flucythrinate, triazophos, Sevin bromophos-ethyl, acephate, decamethrin Bacillus thuringiensis and fluvalinate were tested in the field in Maharashtra, India, for their effectiveness against sucking pests of cotton. None of the treatments controlled Aphis gossypii.

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