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S Bliimel, GA Matthews

The success of released or naturally occurring biological control agents in preventing pest outbreaks in protected crops has led the greenhouse industry to be particularly conscious of the necessity of applying selective pesticides. The activity of a selective pesticide is confined to a narrow range of Specific pests (Heitefuss, 1975). In 1PM, the processof developing the selectivity of a pesticide aims to maximize its specific effect against pests and diseases and minimize its effect on non-target organisms (Hull and Beers, 1985). Thus the selectivity of a pesticide is often used to express its harmlessness for beneficial organisms. The selectivity of the action and of the toxicity of a pesticide is dependent on its physiological selectivity and/or on the application procedures (Poehling, l989). Physiological selectivity is expressed by reduced sensitivity of an organism to the pesticide due to pesticide metabolism and to the …

Part of the Developments in Plant Pathology book series (DIPP, volume 14)

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Pesticides in IPM: Selectivity, Side-effects, Application and Resistance Problems

S Bliimel, GA Matthews

Pesticides in IPM: Selectivity, Side-effects, Application and Resistance Problems

The success of released or naturally occurring biological control agents in preventing pest outbreaks in protected crops has led the greenhouse industry to be particularly conscious of the necessity of applying selective pesticides. The activity of a selective pesticide is confined to a narrow range of Specific pests (Heitefuss, 1975). In 1PM, the processof developing the selectivity of a pesticide aims to maximize its specific effect against pests and diseases and minimize its effect on non-target organisms (Hull and Beers, 1985). Thus the selectivity of a pesticide is often used to express its harmlessness for beneficial organisms. The selectivity of the action and of the toxicity of a pesticide is dependent on its physiological selectivity and/or on the application procedures (Poehling, l989). Physiological selectivity is expressed by reduced sensitivity of an organism to the pesticide due to pesticide metabolism and to the …

Part of the Developments in Plant Pathology book series (DIPP, volume 14)

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