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《Hubei Agricultural Sciences》 2013-22
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Comparison of the Control Efficacy of Five Biological Insecticides against Three Kinds of Grape Pests

LIU Yong;WANG Ze-qiong;WANG Hui-liang;ZHU Xiao-ming;LIU Mo-fa;CHEN Hao-qing;GONG Lin-zhong;Institute of Fruit and Tea, Hubei Academy of Agricultural Sciences/Hubei Grape Engineering and Technology Research Center;Wuhan Institute of Bioengineering;Chongyang County Agricultural Bureau;  
The control efficacy of five biological insecticides against empoasca flavescens, frankliniella intonsa and lygus lu- corum were comparatively analyzed. The results showed that five biological pesticides had different control effects on three kinds of pests. Matrine had the best control effect on those pests with efficiency for empoasca flavescens, frankliniella intonsa and lygus lucorum of 89.6%, 80.5% and 77.5% after 3 days, respectively. The composite toosedarin had an average control efficacy above 70.0% for three pests after 3 days. The control effects of pyrethrin, rotenone and composite nicotine were rel- atively weaker. Matrine and composite toosedarin can be used as the substitute biological insecticides in grape production.
【Fund】: 国家葡萄产业技术体系建设专项(CARS-30-05B)
【CateGory Index】: S436.631.2
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