3 edition of Pear quality as influenced by amitraz insecticide found in the catalog.
Pear quality as influenced by amitraz insecticide
Stephen Ralph Drake
by Washington State University, College of Agriculture Research Center in [Pullman, Wash.]
Written in English
|Statement||S.R. Drake, E.C. Burts, J.W. Nelson.|
|Series||Bulletin / Washington State University, College of Agriculture Research Center -- 0889, Bulletin (Washington State University. College of Agriculture. Research Center) -- 889.|
|Contributions||Burts, Everett C., Nelson, J. W., Washington State University. College of Agriculture. Research Center., United States. Science and Education Administration. Agricultural Research.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 p. ;|
The effect of prohexadione-calcium, a plant growth regulator that inhibits gibberellin metabolism, on Cacopsylla pyricoloa (Foerster) in pear trees, and Choristoneura rosaceana (Harris) and Aphis spireacola Patch, in apple trees was studied. C. pyricoloa and A. spireacola populations were significantly reduced in prohexadione-calcium-treated pear and apple, respectively. Insecticide control of Cited by: 1 Amitraz INSECTICIDE FOR MANUFACTURING USE ONLY KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN WARNING KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN WARNING FIRST AID. x IF ON SKIN OR CLOTHING: xTake off contaminated clothing. xRinse skin immediately with plenty of water for minutes. xCall a poison control center or doctor for treatment advice.
EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE MITICIDE/INSECTICIDE For the control of ticks, mange mites and lice on beef cattle, dairy cattle and swine Do not use on dogs or horses (may cause fatal colon impaction). ACTIVE INGREDIENT: Percent by Weight: Amitraz INERT INGREDIENTS: TOTAL This product contains Petroleum Distillate. Amitraz functions primarily as a pesticide; it treats demodectic mange by destroying mites and repelling any future infections. Like Ivermectin, it does this by damaging the nervous systems of the mites, causing paralysis and killing them. Unlike Ivermectin, however, Amitraz is purely meant to be used externally, as opposed to the former where.
Spraying Pear Trees. A proper and consistent spray schedule is important to the survival of your fruit tree. From diseases to pests, many potential issues can be prevented with spraying before they even begin! To reap its benefits, spraying should be done consistently and . Phytoptus pyri. Pest description and damage Adults of the pear blister mite are very tiny and can be seen only under magnification. These mites are light to amber yellow, cylindrical, tapered at the posterior end, with two pairs of short legs at the front of the body.
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Amitraz is a non-systemic acaricide and insecticide that has been used widely in agriculture against mites, insects and aphids on a wide variety of by: 9. Amitraz Amitraz (BAAM) is a formamidine insecticide and miticide registered under the.
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA) for use on cattle, swine, and dogs to control various insects such as ticks, lice and mange mites.
Tolerances for amitraz have been established by the U.S. EPA for several commodities. Background. Amitraz is a pesticide used worldwide on both animals and crops. It is used to control pests including generalized demodicosis in canines, ticks and mites in cattle and sheep, psylla infection in pears and also red spider mites in fruit crops [1, 2].It contains triazapentadiene [1,5 di- (2,4-dimethylphenyl)methyl-1, 3,5-tri-azapenta- 1,4 diene] ; an insecticide from the Cited by: 4.
worldwide. The application of insecticide mixtures through different modes of action is currently favored for resistance management of this pest. In this study, the synergistic interactions between amitraz with each of the two commonly used insecticides, i.e.
imidacloprid and malathion, were studied using A. gossypii as target Size: KB. Almost 60% of the wax and pollen samples contained at least one systemic pesticide, and over 47% had both in-hive acaricides fluvalinate and coumaphos, and chlorothalonil, a widely-used fungicide.
In bee pollen were found chlorothalonil at levels up to 99 ppm and the insecticides aldicarb, carbaryl, Cited by: The efficacy was evaluated 5–9 and 14–20 days after the treatment.
The efficacy of the long-used conventional insecticides (chlorpyrifos+cypermethrin, petroleum oil+metidathion, amitraz) varied considerably depending on site (53–96%), while the biological insecticide abamectin demonstrated a more stable efficacy (82–95%). Introduction.
Amitraz has been a widely used insecticide and acaricide in agriculture and horticulture because its miticidal activity, especially to control pear psylla and mites in deciduous r, amitraz interacts with the α-2 adrenoceptor and produce behavioural, physiological, and biochemical effects The most characteristic symptoms are the central nervous and respiratory Cited by: In this study, the effects of cypermethrin (CYP), amitraz (AMT) and combined cypermethrin-amitraz (CYP-AMT) on some serum biochemical, oxidative stress and drug-metabolising parameters were investigated in male Wistar albino rats.
CYP, AMT and combined CYP-AMT were administered at doses of 80 mg kg−1 bw−1 of CYP and mg kg−1 bw−1 of AMT for 1 day (single Cited by: 9. Chemical control of Cacopsylla pyri L. in Serbian pear orchards using biorational insecticides Article (PDF Available) in Acta horticulturae () October with Reads.
Amitraz has been found to have an insect repellent effect, works as an insecticide and also as a pesticide synergist. Its effectiveness is traced back on alpha-adrenergic agonist activity, interaction with octopamine receptors of the central nervous system and inhibition of monoamine oxidases and prostaglandin al formula: C₁₉H₂₃N₃.
Amitraz, an insecticide used to prevent tick and mite infestation of cattle, crops and dogs, is an alpha2-adrenergic receptor agonist that inhibits GnRH release and the ovulatory LH surge in rats. Amitraz presents insect repellent effects and hence, it can be used as an insecticide and pesticide.
Its insecticide effect is due to its agonistic activity in the alpha-adrenergic system, its interaction with the octopamine receptors in the central nervous system and its driven inhibition of the synthesis of monoamine oxidases and prostaglandins.
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The rat was negative for oncogenic effects at doses as high as ppm. There is no positive epidemiological carcinogenicity data for amitraz.
On Februthe Federal Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA) Scientific Advisory Panel (SAP) completed a review of the data base for the Group C classification of amitraz. The lack of effects of our acute treatments on survival, learning, and short-term memory, coupled with previous research demonstrating putative rapid metabolism of amitraz, suggests that honey bees are unlikely to seriously be affected by worst-case concentrations of amitraz encountered in the field (i.e., in their hive).Cited by: 6.
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Introduction. Amitraz is an insecticide used to prevent tick and mite infestation (Hollingworth, ) and is in common use around the z is applied to cattle (McDougall and Lewis, ) and sheep in dip baths at concentrations of % (Eamens et al., ; Mekonnen, ), to dogs from collars impregnated with % amitraz, or by topical application in a bath of % amitraz Cited by: The success of the home fruit planting is influenced greatly by the site selected.
This cannot be overemphasized. Remember: cold air, like water, flows downhill, so avoid low frost pockets. A deep, well-drained soil with good surface and subsurface drainage is important. Fruit plants will not grow well in water-logged soil. Pesticides have also been reported to influence mineralization of soil organic matter, which is a key soil property that determines the soil quality and productivity.
For example, a significant reduction in soil organic matter was found after the application of four herbicides (atrazine, primeextra, paraquat, and glyphosate) (Sebiomo et al Cited by:.
Overall, 49 pesticides were found on pear samples, up from nine in All pear samples were thoroughly washed before testing. The majority of pears tested were grow in the U.S., not imported. The pesticides detected on pears include fungicides, applied to .Amitraz is a non-systemic acaricide and insecticide, with alpha-adrenergic agonist activity, interaction with octopamine receptors of the central nervous system and inhibition of monoamine oxidases and prostaglandin synthesis.
MedChem Express HY-BIn field trials the influence of use of drift reducing nozzles on biotical performance of fungicides and insecticides applied against diseases and pests of pears and peaches was studied.
Studied diseases were pear scab (Venturia pyrina Aderh.) and peach leaf curl (Taphrina deformans [Berk.] Tul.). Studied pests were: San Jose scale (Quadriaspidiotus pemiciosus Comst.), white mulberry scale Author: M.
Lešnik, S. Vajs.