Residual ef fi cacy of synergized pyrethrin þ methoprene aerosol against larvae of Tribolium castaneum and Tribolium confusum ( Coleoptera : Tenebrionidae )

@inproceedings{SuttonResidualEF,
  title={Residual ef fi cacy of synergized pyrethrin þ methoprene aerosol against larvae of Tribolium castaneum and Tribolium confusum ( Coleoptera : Tenebrionidae )},
  author={Amanda E Sutton and Frank H. Arthur and K. Y. Zhu and James F. Campbell and L. W. Murray}
}
Wheat flour and different packaging surfaces (cardboard, flour bag, muslin bag, paper bag, pallet wrap, plastic overwrap, polyethylene) were exposed to aerosol formulations of either 1% active ingredient (AI) pyrethrin (synergized with piperonyl butoxide)þ 33.6% (AI) methoprene or 3% (AI) pyrethrin þ 33.6% AI methoprene. The mixture was formulated as specified on the insecticide labels to give a 100 to 1 ratio of active ingredient pyrethrin to methoprene. Residual bioassays were conducted every… CONTINUE READING

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