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Susceptibility of the brown plant hopper and its natural enemies to isofenphos-methyl

Susceptibility of the brown plant hopper and its natural enemies to isofenphos-methyl

Wuyi Science Journal 12: 107-113

Nilaparvata lugens reared from laboratory colonies and its natural enemies, spiders and a mymarid, were exposed to isofenphos-methyl. N. lugens was more tolerant than its natural enemies, with 1-, 2.8-, 5.6- and 7.3-fold tolerance to the isofenphos-methyl dilution of 2000x, 4000x and 6000x, respectively.

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