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Influence of vegetal substrate on the toxicity of pesticides with regard to three beneficial arthropods in large cultures


  • Mahaut, T. & Deleu, R. (1998). Influence of vegetal substrate on the toxicity of pesticides with regard to three beneficial arthropods in large cultures In: First transnational workshop on biological, integrated and rational control: status and perspectives with regard to regional and European experiences, Lille, France, 21-23 January 1998. Loos-en-Gohelle France, Service Regional de la Protection des Vegetaux Nord Pas-De-Calais,
Type Book Section
Year 1998
Chapter title Influence of vegetal substrate on the toxicity of pesticides with regard to three beneficial arthropods in large cultures
Book title First transnational workshop on biological, integrated and rational control: status and perspectives with regard to regional and European experiences, Lille, France, 21-23 January 1998.
City Loos-en-Gohelle France
Publisher Service Regional de la Protection des Vegetaux Nord Pas-De-Calais
Recnumber 279
Endnote Keywords toxicity|pirimicarb|deltamethrin|fenpropimorph|pesticide residues|potatoes|maize|leaves|beneficial arthropods|insecticides|nontarget effects|pesticides|natural enemies|agricultural entomology|
Abstract A laboratory study was carried out to investigate the toxicity of pirimicarb, deltamethrin and fenpropimorph residues on bean [Phaseolus] (cv. Constant), potato (cv. Kennebc) and maize (cv. Golda) leaves, fed to Aphidius rhopalosiphi, Adalia bipunctata and Episyrphus balteatus. Residues were determined by chromatographic analysis (HPLC - GLC). Results showed that toxicity was not influenced by the selected plant leaves.
Notes Cited Reference Count: 2 ref. Conference paper French
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Authors Mahaut, T. & Deleu, R.