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Cotton Aphid Insecticide Efficacy Trials in the Mississippi Delta in 1995

R.E. Furr, Jr., F. A. Harris


Results of three small plot efficacy trials on cotton aphid from 1995 are reported. In 1995 two products, Bidrin and Furadan, gave significantly better control of cotton aphid than other materials. A third insecticide, Provado, showed good control. Cottonseed oil (CSO) soap was evaluated and gave no control. Sweepnet samples were made in large fields in Sunflower Co., MS, following Furadan, Bidrin, and Provado. Results from these studies showed that fields treated with Furadan had more convergent lady beetles than those treated with Bidrin or Provado.

Reprinted from Proceedings of the 1996 Beltwide Cotton Conferences pp. 891 - 892
©National Cotton Council, Memphis TN

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