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Conventional and Alternative Placement of Soil Insecticides to Control Sugarbeet Root Maggot (Diptera: Ulidiidae) Larvae
Journal of Sugarbeet Research
This field study was carried out in northeastern North Dakota from 1999 to 2002 to compare an alternative device, the spoon, with conventional band and modified in-furrow equipment for applying aldicarb, chlorpyrifos, and terbufos insecticides to control sugarbeet root maggot, Tetanops myopaefonnis (Roder), larvae. Insecticides differed consider ably in placement effects on performance, although yield dif ferences were rare. Effects ofpostapplication rainfall on effi cacy were insecticideanddoi:10.5274/jsbr.43.3.47 fatcat:zhf36pe7ojhuzhrbtdbl6wprya