Insecticide effectiveness of fly baits

 
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Occupation: PhD in Veterinary sciences
Affiliation: All-Russian Research Institute of Veterinary Entomology and Arachnology – Branch of Federal State Institution, FRC, Tyumen Scientific Centre of Siberian Branch RAS
Address: Russian Federation
Occupation: PhD in Biological sciences
Affiliation: All-Russian Research Institute of Veterinary Entomology and Arachnology – Branch of Federal State Institution, FRC, Tyumen Scientific Centre of Siberian Branch RAS
Address: Russian Federation
Journal nameVestnik of The Russian agricultural science
Edition№5-2018
Pages71-73
Abstract

To date, insecticides as bait formulations become more important, since they allow reducing environmental risks from the use of insecticides and delaying the resistance development in field populations of insects. This study was conducted to assess the insecticidal efficacy of fly baits containing neonicotinoidacetamiprid and phenylpyrazolefipronil against the house fly (Muscadomestica L.) under field conditions. Three insecticidal baits - Muhnet A (acetamiprid 1.5%), Muhnet F (fipronil 0.15%), and Muhnet FA (acetamiprid 0.15% plus fipronil 0.015%) - designed by authors and the commercial formulation Agita (thiamethoxam 10%) were tested in cattlebreeding facilities. The insecticidal efficacy of baits containing only one active ingredient fipronil or acetamiprid was 93.7% and 94.3%, respectively, on the first day after treatment. The binary bait containing a mixture of these active substances had 92% of insecticidal efficacy. Renovation of the flies' density in the facilities was observed on the 8th day after the baits application. Further field trials of the designed baits are required while simultaneously using them with larvicidal formulations in order to prolong the insecticidal effect.

Keywordsfly bait, housefly management, insecticide mixture
AcknowledgmentThe work was performed in the framework of the fundamental scientific research of the Russian Academy of Sciences: “Development of disinsection tools for veterinary surveillance objects” (# 0371-2018-0039), AAAA-A18-118020690244-1.
Received27.10.2018
Publication date29.10.2018
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