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The effectiveness of esfenvalerate in the control of apple pests and its effect on beneficial organisms






Jugoslovensko Vocarstvo 28(3/4): 61-66

The effectiveness of esfenvalerate in the control of apple pests and its effect on beneficial organisms

In laboratory and field studies in Yugoslavia in 1990-91, esfenvalerate at 0.0025% gave 100% control of Cydia pomonella and Adoxophyes orana and 61.1-82.3% control of Panonychus ulmi on apple. When applied at 0.0015%, the level of control of these pests was low.


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