Browsing Vegetable Report 1996 by Subjects
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Admire® Aphid Control in Spring CabbageImidacloprid (Admire®) was applied at planting time in anticipation of providing aphid control in cabbage for spring harvest. In three commercially treated cabbage fields, Admire reduced the number of cabbage (Brevicoryne brassicae) and green peach aphids (Myzus persicae). Two rates of Admire, 10 and 20 oz/A appeared to be similar in performance for efficacy against aphids. Depth of placement of Admire in the soil below the seed appears to have some influence on the efficacy and consistency of performance. Much fewer aphids and greater consistency was observed when Admire was placed at 1-inch depth below the seed compared to 3- to 4-inches below the seed.
Evaluation of Insecticides for Aphid Control in CabbageExperimental insecticides CGA-215944 (Ciba), pyriproxyfen (S-71639, Valent), and RH-7988 (Rohm and Haas) demonstrated very good efficacy in reducing the aphid population in cabbage. Fipronil (Rhone-Poulenc) was not as effective in controlling the aphids relative to the other treatments. Acephate (Orthene®), chlorpyrifos (Lorsban™), and naled (Dibrom®) were highly effective relative to the untreated check.
Evaluation of Insecticides for Lepidopterous Insect Pest Control in CabbageExperimental insecticides MK-244 (Merck), Alert (AC 303630, Cyanamid), and Confirm (RH-5992, Rohm and Haas) demonstrated very good efficacy in reducing the lepidopterous pests including plutell4 xylostella (diamondback moth, DBM) and Tricoplusia at (cabbage looper, CL) in cabbage. The total number of small, medium, and large DBM larvae for all treatments was lower than the untreated at most rating dates. The experimental insecticides compared favorably with commercially available products Lannate®, Larvin®, and Kryocide®.