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Systematische Untersuchungen uber Kontaktgifte zur Bekampfung von Forstschadlingen III

, : Systematische Untersuchungen uber Kontaktgifte zur Bekampfung von Forstschadlingen III. Mitteil Forstwirtsch U Forstwiss 4(1): 88-95

Various organic compounds containing Cl and N were tried as contact poisons for Liparis monacha, Panolis flammea, and Dendrolimus pini. Dinitrochlorbenzol was most effective against Liparis and Dendrolimus, and p-dichlorbenzol, o-chlornitrobenzol and p-chlornitrobenzol quickly killed Panolis. Dichlornitrobenzol was also effective against Dendrolimus.


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