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Susceptibility of lygus bug populations in Arizona to acephate (Orthene) and bifenthrin (Capture) with related contrasts of other insecticides



Susceptibility of lygus bug populations in Arizona to acephate (Orthene) and bifenthrin (Capture) with related contrasts of other insecticides



1996 Proceedings Beltwide Cotton Conferences, Nashville, TN, USA, January 9-12, 1996: Volume 2: 771-776



Adults of Lygus hesperus were collected from lucerne fields in 11 cotton-producing areas of Arizona. A standardized, glass vial method was used to estimate susceptibility of the collected populations to the organophosphate insecticide acephate (Orthene), and the pyrethroid bifenthrin (Capture). Overall, L. hesperus was significantly less susceptible to acephate and bifenthrin in 1995, than in 1994. Resistance to acephate continued to be widespread, and intense, but not uniform in Arizona.

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