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Accumulation of systemic insecticides in mature cotton seeds


, : Accumulation of systemic insecticides in mature cotton seeds. Bulletin of the Entomological Society of Egypt Economic (2): 121-127

The authors present preliminary data obtained in field studies in Egypt on the possible accumulation of some systemic insecticides and their metabolites in cotton seeds following application of the compounds by various conventional techniques.

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