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Influence of soil contamination with pesticidal sprays on the magnitude of mite fauna


, : Influence of soil contamination with pesticidal sprays on the magnitude of mite fauna. Bulletin of the Entomological Society of Egypt, Economic Series77 1981; (10): 37-40

The influence of soil contamination on soil mites after spraying with 12 formulations of various insecticides applied against Spodoptera littoralis (Boisd.) on tomato was studied in Qalubia Governorate, Egypt, in 1974, and was found to vary according to the pesticide used and its formulation. Bromophos (Nexion EC) and diazinon EC were most toxic to the mite fauna, while tetrachlorvinphos (Gardona WP) and chlordimeform (Fundal SP) were least toxic.

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