2017
DOI: 10.1590/1983-21252017v30n427rc
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Potentiation of Copaíba Oil-Resin With Synthetic Insecticides to Control of Fall Armyworm

Abstract: -The control of Spodoptera frugiperda (J. E. SMITH) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) has been carried out mainly with pyrethroids and organophosphates insecticides. The continuous and indiscriminate use of synthetic insecticides, for decades, has led to the selection of resistant populations and has caused concerns for human health and the environment. An alternative is the use of botanical insecticides, including through the mixtures with synthetic insecticides. This study aimed to investigate the toxicity of copaiba… Show more

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“…Aiming to provide options for the management of S. frugiperda resistance to chemical insecticides, FAzOliN et al (2015bFAzOliN et al ( , 2016bFAzOliN et al ( , 2016cFAzOliN et al ( , 2017a evaluated the combination of the essential oil of P. aduncum with 15 conventional chemical active ingredients. AlmeidA et al (2017) analyzed the efficiency of six active ingredients mixed with copaiba oil-resin. SANtOS et al ( , 2016bSANtOS et al ( , 2016c observed the insecticidal potential of pure oils from 11 plant species in the control of the caterpillar, indicating the efficiency of Copaiba (Copaifera sp., Fabaceae), Babassu (Orbignya phalerata Mart., Arecaceae) and Crapwood (Carapa guianensis Aubl., Meliaceae).…”
Section: Corn Pests (Zea Mays L)mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Aiming to provide options for the management of S. frugiperda resistance to chemical insecticides, FAzOliN et al (2015bFAzOliN et al ( , 2016bFAzOliN et al ( , 2016cFAzOliN et al ( , 2017a evaluated the combination of the essential oil of P. aduncum with 15 conventional chemical active ingredients. AlmeidA et al (2017) analyzed the efficiency of six active ingredients mixed with copaiba oil-resin. SANtOS et al ( , 2016bSANtOS et al ( , 2016c observed the insecticidal potential of pure oils from 11 plant species in the control of the caterpillar, indicating the efficiency of Copaiba (Copaifera sp., Fabaceae), Babassu (Orbignya phalerata Mart., Arecaceae) and Crapwood (Carapa guianensis Aubl., Meliaceae).…”
Section: Corn Pests (Zea Mays L)mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Aiming to provide options for the management of S. frugiperda resistance to chemical insecticides, FAzOliN et al (2015bFAzOliN et al ( , 2016bFAzOliN et al ( , 2016cFAzOliN et al ( , 2017a evaluated the combination of the essential oil of P. aduncum with 15 conventional chemical active ingredients. AlmeidA et al (2017) analyzed the efficiency of six active ingredients mixed with copaiba oil-resin. SANtOS et al ( , 2016bSANtOS et al ( , 2016c observed the insecticidal potential of pure oils from 11 plant species in the control of the caterpillar, indicating the efficiency of Copaiba (Copaifera sp., Fabaceae), Babassu (Orbignya phalerata Mart., Arecaceae) and Crapwood (Carapa guianensis Aubl., Meliaceae).…”
Section: Corn Pests (Zea Mays L)mentioning
confidence: 99%