Ethanedinitrile potential methyl bromide alternative to control <i>Arhopalus ferus</i> (Mulsant) in New Zealand sawn timber exports

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  • T. Pranamornkith
  • M.K.D. Hall
  • A. Najar-Rodriguez
  • A.R. Adlam
  • K.G. Somerfield
  • B.B.C. Page
  • D.I. Hedderley
  • D.W. Brash

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https://doi.org/10.30843/nzpp.2014.67.5754

Abstract

The efficacy of ethanedinitrile (EDN syn cyanogen EDN Fumigas) for the control of burnt pine longhorn beetle (Arhopalus ferus (Mulsant)) adults was tested using a 126 g/m3 The results demonstrate that ethanedinitrile is a potential phytosanitary alternative to methyl bromide for disinfesting burnt pine longhorn adults from sawn timber exported from New Zealand

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2014-01-08

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Pranamornkith, T., Hall, M., Najar-Rodriguez, A., Adlam, A., Somerfield, K., Page, B., Hedderley, D. and Brash, D. 2014. Ethanedinitrile potential methyl bromide alternative to control &lt;i&gt;Arhopalus ferus&lt;/i&gt; (Mulsant) in New Zealand sawn timber exports. New Zealand Plant Protection. 67, (Jan. 2014), 75–79. DOI:https://doi.org/10.30843/nzpp.2014.67.5754.

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