Influence of application term on effectiveness of some insecticides against brassica pod midge (Dasineura brassicae Winn.)
Roman Pavela, Jan Kazda, Gerhard Herdahttps://doi.org/10.17221/2258-PPSCitation:Pavela R., Kazda J., Herda G. (2007): Influence of application term on effectiveness of some insecticides against brassica pod midge (Dasineura brassicae Winn.). Plant Protect. Sci., 43: 57-62.
In 2005 we determined the effectiveness of two preparations against gall pod midge in dependence on different terms of application, i.e. at full flowering (BBCH 65) and after flowering (BBCH 67) of winter oilseed rape. The tests were carried out at three localities in the Czech Republic, and the two preparations used were Calypso 480 SC (a.i. thiacloprid) and Karate Zeon 5CS (a.i. lambda-cyhalothrin). It was found that applying the preparations at BBCH 67 was significantly more effective than treatment at BBCH 65.
brassica pod midge; Dasineura brassicae; oilseed rape; insecticides; pest control