Timing of Insecticides Applied as Foliar Sprays and in Irrigation Water Against Chilo suppressalis in Korea1
Authors: BANG, YONG HO; KAE, B. M.
Source: Journal of Economic Entomology, Volume 57, Number 5, October 1964 , pp. 706-710(5)
Publisher: Entomological Society of America
Abstract:Trichlorfon foliar spray was evaluated to determine the optimum timing to control the first- and second-brood larvae of the Asiatic rice borer, Chilo suppressalis (Walker), in paddy fields. This insecticide reduced the number of withered rice blades in paddies when applied I4 or 19 days after the peak moth flight. Treatment against second-brood borers minimized blade damage when applied 22 days after peak moth flight. Initial toxicity of 8 organophosphorus insecticides to first brood was evaluated in the field when the larvae had already begun feeding within the plant. A field trial was conducted to compare lindane and Zinophos®(O,O-diethyl 0-2 pyrazinyl phosphorothioate applied in the irrigation water of paddy fields with several foliar sprays to prevent damage from first-brood larvae. In addition to field trials. a pot test was conducted in the greenhouse to determine the correct timing for applying lindane dust to irrigation water. Lindane applied in irrigation water, as well as foliar applications of parathion, trichlorfon, phosphamidon, Sumithion® (O,O-dimethyl 0- (3-methyl-4-nitro-phenyl) phosphorothioate). and endrin were effective in preventing damage by recently hatched larvae. The highest yields of milled rice were obtained from plots infested with either first or second brood when insecticides were applied at 14 and 17 days after maximum moth flights.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: October 1, 1964
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