Impact and Selectivity of Insecticides to Predators and Parasitoids

@inproceedings{Fernandes2010ImpactAS,
  title={Impact and Selectivity of Insecticides to Predators and Parasitoids},
  author={F. Fernandes and L. Bacci and M. Fernandes},
  year={2010}
}
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 common. Thus principles of conservation these arthropods are extremely important in the biological natural control of pests, so that these enemies may present a high performance. Because of the negative impacts caused by insecticides on agriculture and their harmful effects on natural enemies, the… Expand
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