Brugger, K.E. and Cole, P.G. and Newman, I.C. and Parker, N. and Scholz, B. and Suvagia, P. and Wakjer, G, and Hammond, T.G. (2010) Selectivity of chlorantraniliprole to parasitoid wasps. Pest Management Science, 66 (10). pp. 1075-1081.
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BACKGROUND: Chlorantraniliprole is a novel anthranilic diamide insecticide registered for use in vegetables, fruits, grains and turf against a variety of insect pests. The objective of this article is to summarize results of acute toxicity testing of chlorantraniliprole on seven species of parasitic wasps with wide geographic distribution and relevance to different crops and integrated pest management (IPM) programmes.
RESULTS: Tier-1, worst-case laboratory studies evaluated wasp survival and reproduction following different exposure concentrations and scenarios to chlorantraniliprole (i.e. fresh-dried spray deposits on glass plates, direct contact, ingestion, egg card, dipped leaf residue bioassays, sprayed mummies). No statistically significant effects on adult survival, percentage parasitism or emergence were observed following exposures to chlorantraniliprole compared with controls.
CONCLUSION: Chlorantraniliprole was harmless to the parasitoid wasp species tested according to IOBC classification criteria (<30% effects) and may be a useful tool in IPM programmes.
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|Keywords:||Chlorantraniliprole; parasitoid wasps; integrated pest management; selectivity; Hymenoptera; Trichogrammatidae; insecticides.|
|Subjects:||Science > Zoology > Invertebrates > Insects|
Plant pests and diseases > Pest control and treatment of diseases. Plant protection > Pesticides
|Deposited On:||07 Dec 2010 05:02|
|Last Modified:||31 Mar 2011 02:41|
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