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Contact, residue, and vapor toxicity of new insecticides to stored-product insects : III
Roy D. Speirs
by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service in Washington
Written in English
|Statement||[by Roy D. Speirs and Lehman L. McDonald]|
|Series||Marketing research report ; no. 1039, Marketing research report -- no. 1039.|
|Contributions||McDonald, Lehman L., United States. Agricultural Research Service.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||14 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||14|
32 6 Preliminary Evaluation of New Candidate Materials as Repellents to Stored-Product Insects 34 7 Test Method for Initial Evaluation of Promising Insecticides as Protectants for Commodities 36 8 Test for Residual Toxicity Against Stored-Product Insects 39 9 Standard Stake Method 40 10 Standard Ground-Board Method 41 11 Modified Ground-Board. Azinphos methyl is toxic to honeybees and other beneficial insects (3, 36). Severe losses may be expected if it is used when bees are present at treatment time or within a day thereafter (18). A percent mortality rate was seen in pollinating leaf-cutting bees after a nine- day exposure to greenhouse alfalfa that had been treated with this.
Poorni Iyer, Susan Makris, in Hayes' Handbook of Pesticide Toxicology (Third Edition), Fenoxycarb. Fenoxycarb (ethyl [2-(4-phenoxyphenoxy)-ethyl] carbamate) is an insect growth regulator used for long-term fire ant control. In a reproductive study Rambouillet sheep were dosed daily with a placebo or with fenoxycarb at or mg/kg/day, representing 10 (10×) and 20 times. Dichlorvos (2,2-dichlorovinyl dimethyl phosphate, commonly abbreviated as an DDVP) is an organophosphate widely used as an insecticide to control household pests, in public health, and protecting stored products from insects. The compound has been commercially available since and has become controversial because of its prevalence in urban waterways and the fact that its toxicity CAS Number:
Mechanism of Toxicity. Dinotefuran is a contact poison and does not require ingestion by the insect to be effective. 3 Dinotefuran binds irreversibly to insect nicotinic receptors and mimics the effects of acetylcholine, resulting in continuous nerve stimulation, incoordination, tremors, and death of the insect. At levels used in flea control. Chloropicrin. See also what's at Wikipedia, your library, or elsewhere.. Broader terms: Fumigants; Insecticides; Tear gas; Used for: Trichloronitromethane; Filed under: Chloropicrin Chloropicrin from the People's Republic of China: determination of the Commission in investigation no. TA (final) under the Tariff Act of , together with the information obtained in the investigation.
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Contact, residue, and vapor toxicity of new insecticides to stored-product insects: III by Speirs, Roy D. (Roy Dean), ; McDonald, Lehman L ; United : Additional Physical Format: Online version: Speirs, Roy D. (Roy Dean), Contact, residue, and vapor toxicity of new insecticides to stored-product insects: III.
In this second part of a series [cf. RAE/A 51, p. ], the results are presented of laboratory tests in which 68 candidate insecticides were evaluated for direct-contact, residue and vapour toxicity to adults of Tribolium castaneum (Hbst.) and larvae of Attagenus megatoma (F.).Author: R.
Speirs, J. Lang. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Contact, Roy D. (Roy Dean), Contact, residue, and vapor toxicity of new insecticides to stored-product insects: II. Contact, residue, and vapor toxicity of new insecticides to stored-product insects. Speirs, Roy D. MRR Contact, residue, and vapor toxicity of new insecticides to stored-product insects: II.
Speirs, Roy Dean and Lang, Joe H. MRR Contact, residue, and vapor toxicity of new insecticides to stored-product insects: III.
The toxicity of contact insecticides to grain insects when admixed with grain. Tests in silo bins with malathion on wheat and maize. Tech. Commun. Africa Dept. Agr. Ser. 9 (). Google ScholarCited by: The residue of contact insecticides in stored grains.
Residue Revi (); Part II, see Rowlands, D. G.: The metabolism of contact insecticides in stored grains. – Residue Revi 91 (). Present literature survey coverage from January to October Cited by: The contact toxicity of NSA against stored product insect pests The contact toxicity of NSA w as rst investigated using dry powder applications at three di erent relativ e ambient humidity lev els.
It is an extremely effective stored product insecticide due to its high vapour pressure and is used as fumigant rather than as contact insecticide. Enclosed spaces such as warehouses, storage and grain bins allow build-up of air concentrations of vapours toxic to most flying and crawling stored product insects.
Tu* I nil Contents Page Summary \ Introduction \ Procedure 2 Test insects 2 Exposure methods 2 Standard method number 1 (direct-contact toxicity) 2 Standard method number 2 (residue toxicity) 3 Standard method number 3 (repellency or attractancy) 3 Results and discussion 4 Tables c Washington, D.C.
Issued August For sale by the. Deltamethrin is a pyrethroid insecticide that kills insects on contact and through digestion.
It is used to control apple and pear suckers, plum fruit moth, caterpillars on brassicas, pea moth, aphids (apples, plums, hops), winter moth (apples and plums), codling and tortrix moths (apples).
Treated commodities were stored at ambient conditions on the floor of an empty grain bin in Manhattan, KS, USA, in 5-kg lots for individual replicates. The commodities were sampled and bio-assayed every three months for 15 months by exposing 10 mixed-sex parental adults of selected adult stored product insects on 70–80 g of the commodity.
Bibliography of stored-product protection now has more t records. Na, J. Effects of temperature and diet on the life history of the Plodia interpunctella Hubner (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) and forecasting model for adult phenology.
MS thesis, Korea University. Na, J. H., and M. Ryoo. Effects of temperature on the life. You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them.
Insect Control in Outdoor Areas III. Direct Application to Animals and Man IV. Development of Resistance to Pyrethrins V. Summary References Chapter 13 Pyrethrum for Control of Household and Stored-Product Insects I. Introduction II. Household Insects III. Stored-Product Insects IV.
Summary References Chapter 14 Pyrethrum for Control of. United States. Agricultural Research Service: Contact, residue, and vapor toxicity of new insecticides to stored-product insects: III / (Washington, D.C.: U.S.
Dept. of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, ), also by Roy D. Speirs and Lehman L. McDonald (page images at. T. molitor is controlled primarily with chemical insecticides, but this method has restrictions against stored product inse due to residual toxicity and insect resista Cited by: The use of ozone gas for the control of insects and micro-organisms in stored products Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Stored Products Research 64 July with 1, Reads.
The results are presented of laboratory tests in which six candidate compounds were evaluated for direct-contact and residue toxicity to adults of Tribolium confusum Duv. and larvae of Attagenus megatoma (F.) and for repellency or attractancy to the former [cf.
RAE/A 60, and next entry].Cited by: Among botanical extracts used as insecticides, essential oils (EOs) are promising alternatives to chemical insecticides. EOs are synthesized by plants, and they play a key role in plant signaling processes including also attractiveness toward pollinators and beneficial insects.
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