Resurgence of Nilaparvata lugens (Stål)Populations as Influenced by Method and Timing of Insecticide Applications in Lowland Rice

@article{Heinrichs1982ResurgenceON,
  title={Resurgence of Nilaparvata lugens (St{\aa}l)Populations as Influenced by Method and Timing of Insecticide Applications in Lowland Rice},
  author={E. Heinrichs and G. Aquino and S. Chelliah and S. Valencia and W. Reissig},
  journal={Environmental Entomology},
  year={1982},
  volume={11},
  pages={78-84}
}
Resurgence of Nilaparvata lugens (Stal) after insecticide application is a common phenomenon in rice in South and Southeast Asia. Among other insecticides inducing resurgence, carbofuran, decamethrin, and methyl parathion were selected for this study. Of the various methods of carbofuran application tested, foliar sprays were most active in inducing resurgence. Extent of resurgence was highly influenced by time of insecticide application. Sprays of methyl parathion and decamethrin applied 50… Expand
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