2008
DOI: 10.1016/j.jspr.2008.06.003
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Ozone as a management alternative against phosphine-resistant insect pests of stored products

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“…Therefore ozone can safely be used in the food processing industry (Palou et al, 2002;Forney et al, 2007;Wei et al, 2007). Some studies have been published on its efficacy as a fumigant against pests of stored products (Erdman, 1980;Kells et al, 2001;Sousa et al, 2008). The efficacy of ozone against T. castaneum and T. confusum has been investigated by mortality of larvae (Erdman, 1980).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Therefore ozone can safely be used in the food processing industry (Palou et al, 2002;Forney et al, 2007;Wei et al, 2007). Some studies have been published on its efficacy as a fumigant against pests of stored products (Erdman, 1980;Kells et al, 2001;Sousa et al, 2008). The efficacy of ozone against T. castaneum and T. confusum has been investigated by mortality of larvae (Erdman, 1980).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In many countries around the world, to fight and reduce the microbial, pest and insect infestations, various physico-chemical and biological methods are used [18]. At present, in producing countries the most utilized methods are the methyl bromide and phosphine base fumigation [19].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Recently, the feasibility of using ozone to manage stored product pests has received increased attention. Several studies have been carried out on the efficacy of gaseous ozone against stored product insect pests (Erdman 1980;Mason et al 1997;Kells et al 2001;Sousa et al 2008;Bonjour et al 2011;Hansen et al 2012). Ozone also has the potential for controlling insect strains that are resistant against phosphine (Zhangui et al 2003;Sousa et al 2008).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%