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Research about other different potential pesticide effects of several herbicides, especially bipyridinium herbicides and organic arsenical herbicides



Research about other different potential pesticide effects of several herbicides, especially bipyridinium herbicides and organic arsenical herbicides



Proceedings of the 4th EWRS symposium on weed problems in Mediterranean climates Vol 2 Problems of weed control in fruit, horticultural crops and rice: 190-198



Ioxynil and diquat were effective against the snails Helix aspersa and Theba pisana. Paraquat, however, gave irregular control, MSMA was only effective against H. aspersa and cacodylic acid only against T. pisana. In further studies diquat was effective against the lepidopteran Spodoptera littoralis in bran baits and MSMA against Sparganothis pilleriana, a pest of grapes.

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