Safety of Combination Products and Single Compound Insecticides to Microvelia Douglasi Atrolineata Bergroth, a Predator of Planthoppers in Rice
Keywords:Combination Products, Microvelia Douglasi atrolineata, Relative Safety.
AbstractGreenhouse studies were carried out on relative safety of insecticides to veliid bug, Microvelia douglasi atrolineata, a predator of plantboppers in rice. Tbe results indicated tbat four combination products, viz., chlorpyriphos 50% + cypermethrin 5% at 344 ppm; betacyfluthrin 1.25% + chlorpyriphos 25% at 393 ppm; acepbate 45% + cypermetbrin 5% at 500 ppm and imidacloprid 5% + betacyfluthrin 5% at 30 ppm and two single compounds, viz., betacyfluthrin at 12.5 ppm and thiacloprid at 120 ppm were more toxic than monocrotophos (500 ppm) and acephate (750 ppm).
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Jhansi Lakshmi, V., Pasalu, I. C., Krishnaiah, N. V., & Lingaiah, T. (2003). Safety of Combination Products and Single Compound Insecticides to <I>Microvelia Douglasi Atrolineata</I> Bergroth, a Predator of Planthoppers in Rice. Journal of Biological Control, 17(2), 121–124. https://doi.org/10.18311/jbc/2003/3968