Blueberry Maggot Insecticide Ratings Based Upon Maine Field Trials
Prepared by Frank Drummond, Professor of Insect Ecology/Entomology The University of Maine, Orono, ME 04469. May 2017.
The top graph lists the insecticides by trade name and the bottom graph lists the same insecticides, in the same order, but by active ingredient, chemical name. The ranking scale is: 0=not effective, 1=poor efficacy, 2=fair efficacy, 3=good efficacy, and 4=excellent efficacy. The dotted line represents the rank of good efficacy.
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