Colonization and Resurgence of Insect Pests of Soybean in Response to Insecticides and Field Isolation

@inproceedings{Shepard1977ColonizationAR,
  title={Colonization and Resurgence of Insect Pests of Soybean in Response to Insecticides and Field Isolation},
  author={Merle Shepard and Gerald R. Carner and Sam G. Turnipseed},
  year={1977}
}
Treatment of soybean with methyl parathion and methomyl caused resurgence of populations of Plathypena scabra F., Heliothis spp., Pseudoplusia includens (Walker), Anticarsia gemmatalis Hubner, and Epilachna varivestis Mulsant. Less resurgence occurred when monocrotophos was applied. Removal of the natural biotic agents by the insecticides was probably the major reason for the resurgence. Newly-established soybean fields in isolated situations were more susceptible to outbreaks of these pests… CONTINUE READING

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