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Control of aphid vector spread of lily symptomless virus and lily mottle virus by mineral oil/insecticide sprays in Lilium


Control of aphid vector spread of lily symptomless virus and lily mottle virus by mineral oil/insecticide sprays in Lilium



Acta Horticulturae 570: 277-281



ISSN/ISBN: 0567-7572

The inhibitory effect of mineral oil, synthetic pyrethroid insecticide, organophosphorus insecticide and a pyridine azomethine insecticide on the spread of aphid-borne, non-persistently transmitted lily symptomless virus and lily mottle virus in Lilium was studied. The control effect of spray mixtures of mineral oil (Luxan oil H) and pyrethroid insecticide deltamethrin (Decis) serially reported about in the past was confirmed.

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