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Influence of formulation on the activity of pesticides acting as residual deposits or by direct contact


, : Influence of formulation on the activity of pesticides acting as residual deposits or by direct contact. Advances in pesticide science Symposia papers presented at the Fourth International Congress of Pesticide Chemistry Zurich, Switzerland, July 24-28, 1978 In three parts Part 3 Biochemistry of pests and mode of action of pesticides Pesticide degradation Pesticide residues Formulation chemistry: 734-743

This discussion on the influence of formulation on the activity of pesticides is illustrated by examples (from the literature) on the control of various insect pests, including Diptera in manure, mosquitoes (especially Anopheles stephensi List. and Aedes aegypti (L.)) and sheep keds (Melophagus ovinus (L.)).

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