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From minor pest to high-risk species, strong resistance to phosphine has propelled the rusty grain beetle to the top of the stored grain research priorities.. Researcher Dr Manoj Nayak says that under the current label rates, phosphine applied at 720 parts per million, at 25 C, will kill all other species of strongly resistant stored-grain insects within eight days... Dr Daglish says the newly developed lures were used to trap beetles in a trial in Queensland, and the insects were then raised in optimal conditions to test their longevity...
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From minor pest to high-risk species, strong resistance to phosphine has propelled the rusty grain beetle to the top of the stored grain research priorities.. Researcher Dr Manoj Nayak says that under the current label rates, phosphine applied at 720 parts per million, at 25 C, will kill all other species of strongly resistant stored-grain insects within eight days... Dr Daglish says the newly developed lures were used to trap beetles in a trial in Queensland, and the insects were then raised in optimal conditions to test their longevity...
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Stored grain insects found to have bush hideaways.. The unexpected finding poses real challenges for efforts to control the insect, says Queensland's Dr Greg Daglish, who is leader of a project researching the ecology of the lesser grain borer and rust-red flour beetle... With increasing concern about resistance in recent years, we realised we needed to understand the ecology of these insects if we are to manage them better," Dr Daglish says...
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