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Insecticide susceptibility of the brown planthopper and the white-backed planthopper collected from Southeast Asia



Insecticide susceptibility of the brown planthopper and the white-backed planthopper collected from Southeast Asia



Journal of Pesticide Science 26(1): 82-86



The 3-5th instar nymphs of brown and white-backed planthoppers, Nilaparvata lugens and Sogatella furcifera, repectively, were collected from populations in Japan (NA, FU, KU and FUW) Vietnam (HH, HA, TG and HG), Malaysia (SP, BB, AS, ASW and SPW) and Thailand (TH) to study their susceptibility to insecticides during 1989-92. There was no significant difference in the LD50 for the tested insecticides between the 2 Japanese populations (NA and FU) of BPH.

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