2020
DOI: 10.14393/bj-v36n4a2020-46735
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Activity of insecticides on coffee berry borer (Hypothenemus hampei) (Coleoptera: curculionidae, scolytinae)

Abstract: The objective of this work was to evaluate the topical, residual and agronomic effects of the insecticides Voliam Targo, Benevia, Lorsban 480 BR, Curbix 200 SC, Sperto, Verismo, Polytrin 400/40 CE, Curyom 550 EC, Polo 500 SC and Vertimec 18 EC in the control of the berry borer of coffee (H. hampei). The experimental design was completely randomized and four replicates were used in the trials. In the laboratory, a direct spray was sprayed on the insect (topical effect) and applied to the fruits of the coffee (r… Show more

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“…These include weed management, pruning of coffee and shade trees and, above all, the collection of residual coffee fruits to eliminate shelters and food for the pest during the intercropping period [42]. Other strategies include ethological control techniques, which seek to capture flying females using alcoholic traps [43]; biological control methods, which involve the release of parasitoid insects [44] and the spraying of entomopathogenic fungi [45]; and chemical control techniques, which apply contact insecticides to kill flying females [46].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…These include weed management, pruning of coffee and shade trees and, above all, the collection of residual coffee fruits to eliminate shelters and food for the pest during the intercropping period [42]. Other strategies include ethological control techniques, which seek to capture flying females using alcoholic traps [43]; biological control methods, which involve the release of parasitoid insects [44] and the spraying of entomopathogenic fungi [45]; and chemical control techniques, which apply contact insecticides to kill flying females [46].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%