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Chemical control

  • John Feltwell
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Part of the Series Entomologica book series (SENT, volume 18)

Abstract

The chemical methods used for control of Pieris brassicae differ only slightly from those methods used on many other phytophagous insect pests and in fact they reflect the history of pesticide usage on insects. P. brassicae has always been widely available as a test insect and numerous insecticides have been tested on this species. In fact most work refers to the screening of insecticides in the laboratory and there is probably much that could be done in the field with compounds which have shown good results in the laboratory.

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Juvenile Hormone Emulsifiable Concentrate Insect Growth Regulator Insecticidal Property Organophosphorus Insecticide 
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  1. 1.Battle, SussexGreat Britain

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