Initial Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Selected Active Substances in Reducing Damage To Rape Plants Caused By Arion Lusitanicus (Gastropoda, Pulmonata, Arionidae)

@article{Kozowski2010InitialEO,
  title={Initial Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Selected Active Substances in Reducing Damage To Rape Plants Caused By Arion Lusitanicus (Gastropoda, Pulmonata, Arionidae)},
  author={J. Kozłowski and T. Kałuski and M. Jaskulska and M. Kozłowska},
  journal={Journal of Plant Protection Research},
  year={2010},
  volume={50},
  pages={520-526}
}
Spray forms of various chemical compounds including compounds of plant origin, molluscicides, and insecticides were tested in order to investigate their possibilities for reducing damage to young rape plants caused by the slug Arion lusitanicus Mabille, 1868. Among them, abamectin (0.2%), methiocarb (0.5%) and metaldehyde (1.0%) reduced damage to the plants, although metalde- hyde remained active for only nine days. These three chemical compounds were not phytotoxic to rape plants, and none of… Expand
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