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Control failure likelihood and spatial dependence of insecticide resistance in the tomato pinworm, Tuta absoluta.
- Gerson A Silva, M. Picanço, L. Bacci, A. Crespo, J. F. Rosado, R. Guedes
- Biology, Medicine
- Pest management science
- 1 August 2011
BACKGROUND Insecticide resistance is a likely cause of field control failures of Tuta absoluta, but the subject has been little studied. Therefore, resistance to ten insecticides was surveyed in… Expand
Impact of integrated pest management on the population of leafminers, fruit borers, and natural enemies in tomato
The objective of this work was to evaluate the impact of integrated pest management (IPM) in the productivity of the tomato and in the populations of leafminers, fruit borers, and natural enemies in… Expand
Toxicity of insecticides to the sweetpotato whitefly (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidae) and its natural enemies.
Efficient chemical control is achieved when insecticides are active against insect pests and safe to natural enemies. In this study, the toxicity of 17 insecticides to the sweetpotato whitefly,… Expand
Impact and Selectivity of Insecticides to Predators and Parasitoids
Problems with the use of insecticides has brought losses, such as, negative impact on natural enemies. When these beneficial insects reduce cause the eruption of pests and resurgence it’s more… Expand
Acaricidal activity of Lippia gracilis essential oil and its major constituents on the tick Rhipicephalus (Boophilus) microplus.
The present study aimed to evaluate the activity of Lippia gracilis Schauer essential oil obtained from different L. gracilis genotypes and their major components, carvacrol and thymol against… Expand
Acaricidal activity of essential oils from Lippia alba genotypes and its major components carvone, limonene, and citral against Rhipicephalus microplus.
- M. G. Peixoto, L. Costa-Júnior, +7 authors M. D. F. Arrigoni-Blank
- Biology, Medicine
- Veterinary parasitology
- 30 May 2015
The goal of the present study was to evaluate the acaricidal potential of Lippia alba essential oil, citral chemotypes (LA-10 and LA-44 genotypes) and carvone chemotypes (LA-13 and LA-57 genotypes),… Expand
Toxicity and repellency of essential oils of Lippia alba chemotypes and their major monoterpenes against stored grain insects
Abstract The insects Sitophilus zeamais and Tribolium castaneum cause losses in stored grains and are considered pests of wide distribution and global significance. In the present study, we evaluated… Expand
Biotoxicity of some plant essential oils against the termite Nasutitermes corniger (Isoptera: Termitidae)
Abstract The termite Nasutitermes corniger is an important structural pest in the Neotropics. Here we investigated the insecticidal activity of plant essential oils from Corymbia citriodora, Croton… Expand
A review of Spinosyns, a derivative of biological acting substances as a class of insecticides with a broad range of action against many insect pests
Spinosyns are a class of insecticides with a broad range of action against many insect pests belonging to different orders, noxious to a wide variety of agricultural crops; spinosyns were also used… Expand
Toxicity of essential oils of Lippia gracilis chemotypes and their major compounds on Diaphania hyalinata and non-target species
Abstract Essential oils from plants are a viable alternative to the use of synthetic insecticides. However, the bioactivity of these compounds can vary with plant chemotypes, with important… Expand