Assessing the control potential of aldicarb against grapevine phylloxera

Loubse, J. T. ; Van Aarde, I. M. F. ; Hoppner, G. F. J. (1992)

CITATION: Loubse, J. T., Van Aarde, I. M. F. & Hoppner, G. F. J. 1992. Assessing the control potential of aldicarb against grapevine phylloxera. South African Journal of Enology & Viticulture, 13(2):81-86, doi:10.21548/13-2-2182.

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Aldicarb 15 G soil treatments in vineyards were evaluated for their phylloxera control potential. A post-harvest application was made on single vines and phylloxera populations on roots were quantified using a washing and sieving technique. Natural population fluctuations on control vines were also determined. Data were subjected to a rank sum statistical test to determine the significance of the findings. Results indicated that aldicarb had a definite suppressing effect on all stages of grapevine phylloxera.

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