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Relative safety of combination products of insecticides to green mirid bug Cyrtorhinus lividipennis Reuter (Hemiptera: Miridae), a major predator of planthoppers in rice



Relative safety of combination products of insecticides to green mirid bug Cyrtorhinus lividipennis Reuter (Hemiptera: Miridae), a major predator of planthoppers in rice



Indian Journal of Plant Protection 32(1): 132-134



A greenhouse experiment was conducted to assess the relative safety of combination products together with 2 newer molecules to Cyrtorhinus lividipennis. The treatments comprised: 50% chlorpyrifos + 5% cypermethrin (at 344 ppm); 12.5 g beta -cyfluthrin + 250 g chlorpyrifos/litre (at 393 ppm); 45% acephate + 5% cypermethrin/litre (at 500 ppm); 50 g imidacloprid + 50 g beta -cyfluthrin (at 12.5 ppm); 120 ppm thiacloprid; 500 ppm monocrotophos; 750 ppm acephate; and an untreated control.

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