Spray Combinations for Control of the Codling Moth and the Red-Banded Leaf Roller on Apple1
Author: ASQUITH, DEAN
Source: Journal of Economic Entomology, Volume 51, Number 3, June 1958 , pp. 378-379(2)
Publisher: Entomological Society of America
Abstract:Eleven insecticide treatments, including the cheeks, were tested on apple in combination with the fungicides captan and glyodin, respectively, as control agents for the codling moth, Carpoca pomonella (L.), and the red-banded leaf roller, Aryyrotaenia relutinana (Wlk.). With both fungicides, several insecticide treatments controlled the codling moth better than DDT. Also, with both fungicides, Guthion and Sevin (N-methyl- 1-naphthyl catbamate) controlled the red-banded leaf roller as well as TDE. Glyodin-insecticide combinations gave better control of both insects than captan-insecticide combinations in most eases.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: June 1, 1958
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