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Carbaryl: A Review of Its Use Against Bark Beetles in Coniferous Forests of North America
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We reviewed the application of carbaryl (1-naphthyl N-methylcarbamate) against bark beetles (Scolytidae) in forest trees (Pinaceae) of North America. Our objective was to encapsulate carbaryl’s 30-yr history of successes and limitations against these beetles and to present appropriate safety and environmental information that relates to this usage.
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F. L. Hastings, E. H. Holsten, P. J. Shea, R. A. Werner
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