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A study on synergism by mixing fenpropathrin and chlordimeform and application to Panonychus citri






Wuyi Science Journal 14: 203-205

A study on synergism by mixing fenpropathrin and chlordimeform and application to Panonychus citri

Toxicity tests of fenpropathrin and chlordimeform mixtures used against the mite Panonychus citri indicated that all mixtures showed some synergism. A mixture in the proportions of 1:4 fenpropathrin : chlordimeform showed synergism the most clearly.


Accession: 003027892



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