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The use of insecticides to control potato leafroll virus in seed-potato crops on the Golan Heights
Year:
1980
Source of publication :
Phytoparasitica
Authors :
מרקו, שלמה
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Volume :
8
Co-Authors:
Marco, S., Virus Laboratory, ARO, Volcani Center, Bet Dagan, Israel
Facilitators :
From page:
61
To page:
71
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Total pages:
11
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Abstract:
Experiments were carried out in the laboratory and in the field for 3 years, in an attempt to protect seed-potato crops on the Golan Heights from potato leafroll virus (PLRV) by means of insecticides. The best results with spray compounds were obtained with pirimicarb (Pirimor), methamidophos (Tamaron) and ethiofencarb (Croneton); the commonly used and recommended aphicides oxydemetonmethyl (Metasystox R) and endosulfan (Thionex) were less efficient. The best results with granular insecticides were obtained with aldicarb (Temik) and ethiofencarb, while phorate (Thimet), carbofuran (CURATERR) and oxamyl (Vydate) were much less efficient. Dimethoate (Rogor) gave good results in the laboratory test, but was less efficient in the field trials. The flight of aphids in the Golan Heights is characterized by two close peaks: in May-June, and from late July to September. Potatoes are planted in early May, and hence crops need to be protected throughout almost the entire season. Weekly sprays using, in turn, pirimicarb, methamidophos and ethiofencarb, reduced PLRV incidence in seed-potato plots in 1977 from 33.4% (in the untreated controls) to 2.8%, thus ensuring their certification. A single pre-emergence treatment with aldicarb reduced PLRV incidence from 12.6% (in the untreated controls) to 1.8%; however, the best results (no infection) were obtained by the addition of weekly sprays, starting at the end of July, to a pre-emergence treatment with a granular insecticide. © 1980, Springer Science + Business Media B.V.. All rights reserved.
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DOI :
10.1007/BF02986236
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Publication Type:
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Language:
אנגלית
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The use of insecticides to control potato leafroll virus in seed-potato crops on the Golan Heights
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Marco, S., Virus Laboratory, ARO, Volcani Center, Bet Dagan, Israel
The use of insecticides to control potato leafroll virus in seed-potato crops on the Golan Heights
Experiments were carried out in the laboratory and in the field for 3 years, in an attempt to protect seed-potato crops on the Golan Heights from potato leafroll virus (PLRV) by means of insecticides. The best results with spray compounds were obtained with pirimicarb (Pirimor), methamidophos (Tamaron) and ethiofencarb (Croneton); the commonly used and recommended aphicides oxydemetonmethyl (Metasystox R) and endosulfan (Thionex) were less efficient. The best results with granular insecticides were obtained with aldicarb (Temik) and ethiofencarb, while phorate (Thimet), carbofuran (CURATERR) and oxamyl (Vydate) were much less efficient. Dimethoate (Rogor) gave good results in the laboratory test, but was less efficient in the field trials. The flight of aphids in the Golan Heights is characterized by two close peaks: in May-June, and from late July to September. Potatoes are planted in early May, and hence crops need to be protected throughout almost the entire season. Weekly sprays using, in turn, pirimicarb, methamidophos and ethiofencarb, reduced PLRV incidence in seed-potato plots in 1977 from 33.4% (in the untreated controls) to 2.8%, thus ensuring their certification. A single pre-emergence treatment with aldicarb reduced PLRV incidence from 12.6% (in the untreated controls) to 1.8%; however, the best results (no infection) were obtained by the addition of weekly sprays, starting at the end of July, to a pre-emergence treatment with a granular insecticide. © 1980, Springer Science + Business Media B.V.. All rights reserved.
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