Aphid abundance and potato virus y transmission in imidacloprid-treated potatoes View Full Text


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2002-07

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Andrei Alyokhin, Gary Sewell, Eleanor Groden

ABSTRACT

Imidacloprid is a commonly used insecticide that is highly effective in controlling insect pests of potato. The relatively high cost of imidacloprid provides commercial growers with a strong incentive to reduce field application rates. In the present study, we investigated the impact of reduced imidacloprid rates on aphid abundance and potato virus Y transmission within potato fields. Infurrow applications of imidacloprid provided better aphid control even at a reduced rate when compared to threshold-based foliar applications, but did not suppress the spread of the non-persistently transmitted potato virus Y. Virus transmission was significantly decreased in foliar-sprayed plots, possibly because foliar applications incapacitated aphid vectors probing or feeding on infected plants. Despite these generally encouraging results, we still observed 2.3 to 2.7 fold increase in virus infection at foliar-treated plots at the end of the growing season. More... »

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