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Effectiveness of dichlorvos (DDVP) against storage insects under warehouse conditions


, : Effectiveness of dichlorvos (DDVP) against storage insects under warehouse conditions. Plant Protection Bulletin, India 1975; 23(4): 26-29

The results are presented of tests at 5 places in different parts of India (Assam, Bombay, Uttar Pradesh and Tamil Nadu) in which dichlorvos sprays were applied at a standard concentration of 1 part in 300 and a standard rate of 3 litres/100 m2 to the walls and 20% of the floor area in warehouses, and at the same and higher rate directly onto bags containing stored products, for the control of stored-product insect-pests.

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