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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
The female Microplitis wasp uses her ovipositor to insert an egg into the caterpillar's body... Adult Microplitis wasp laying eggs into a Helicoverpa larva Photo: M Shepard.. Taking into account the caterpillars infected with ascovirus and Microplitis - shown as responsible for killing up to 75% of the second and third instar Helicoverpa caterpillars in these unsprayed cotton crops - a significant contribution to the control of Helicoverpa ...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
The female Microplitis wasp uses her ovipositor to insert an egg into the caterpillar's body... Adult Microplitis wasp laying eggs into a Helicoverpa larva Photo: M Shepard.. Taking into account the caterpillars infected with ascovirus and Microplitis - shown as responsible for killing up to 75% of the second and third instar Helicoverpa caterpillars in these unsprayed cotton crops - a significant contribution to the control of Helicoverpa ...
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Catalogue: GRDC Final Reports
Mortality and reproduction of adult beetles and psocids exposed for two weeks to wheat treated with spinosad #or imidacloprid #... Mortality and reproduction of adult beetles exposed for two weeks to wheat treated with combinations of spinosad, s-methoprene# and chlorpyrifos-methyl#. The species tested were Sitophilus oryzae strain QSO393 (So), Tribolium castaneum strain QTC279 (Tc).. Mortality and reproduction of adult psocids exposed for two weeks to wheat treated with combinations of spinosad and chlorpyrifos-methyl...
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Catalogue: GRDC Final Reports
Mortality and reproduction of Rhyzopertha dominica adults exposed for two weeks to grain treated with spinosad #, imidacloprid #, synergised pyrethrins and methoxyfenozide #... Mortality and reproduction of QRD788 adults exposed for two weeks to wheat treated with combinations of spinosad, s-methoprene and chlorpyrifosmethyl #.. Spinosad residues (mg/kg) on wheat treated with spinosad at 0.5 and 1 mg/kg and stored at 30 C. Results have not been corrected for recovery of 83%...
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