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Susceptibility of three parasitoids of Heliothis virescens to field rates of selected cotton insecticides



Susceptibility of three parasitoids of Heliothis virescens to field rates of selected cotton insecticides



1996 Proceedings Beltwide Cotton Conferences, Nashville, TN, USA, January 9-12, 1996: Volume 2: 793-795



The susceptibility of 3 parasitoids, Cardiochiles nigriceps, Cotesia marginiventris, and Microplitis croceipes, of Heliothis virescens to field rates of various insecticides was determined in the laboratory at 25 degrees C, 50% RH and LD 14:10. All of the 14 insecticides used for comparisons between Cardiochiles nigriceps and M. croceipes, except for thiodicarb, were extremely toxic to M. croceipes.

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