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Tau-fluvalinate content of ApistanReg. strips

, : Tau-fluvalinate content of ApistanReg. strips. Apidologie 30(1): 37-41

The tau-fluvalinate content of 13 lot numbers of ApistanReg. strips was determined by high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC). The average percentage tau-fluvalinate in strips from each lot number ranged from 9.95 to 10.64%, which falls within the range specified in the Confidential Statement of Formula (CSF) on file with the Environmental Protection Agency.

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