Pages: 31 - 34
Authors: Litvishko V. S., Myaskovskaya T.
Abstract: The paper presents the results of studies of microencapsulated insecticides. Data of biological tests shows that the action of insecticides can be prolonged in several times. At the same time reducing the number of plant treatment results in a reduction in the environmental burden on the soil and the environment in general
Keywords: ecologization, plant protection products, agrotechnology, microencapsulated insecticides, prolonged action
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