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Reported Resistance Case(s)

Species: heliothis virescens

Order Family Common Name(s) Group Host
lepidoptera noctuidae tobacco budworm AG chickpea, corn, cotton, tobacco

Active Ingredient: methomyl

MOA: Acetylcholine esterase inhibitors, Carbamates
Group: CAR CAS #: 16752775 Shaugnessy Code: 90301

Resistance Case(s)

Case Id Year of Report Type of Resistance Location Reference
G5876 1997 Unspecified
USA Martin, S.H., J.A. Ottea, B.R. Leonard, J.B. Graves, E.Burris, S. Micinski, and G.E. Church. (1997). Effects of Selected Synergists on insecticide toxicity in Tobacco Budworm )Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) in Laboratory and Field Studies. Journal of Economic Entomology, 90(3) 723-731.
G5604 1995 Unspecified
USA Kanga, L.H.B., F.W. Flapp Jr., G.W. Elzen, M.L. Wall, and J.D. Lopez Jr. (1995). Monitoring for Resistance to Organophosphorus, Carbamate, and Cyclodiene Insecticides in Tobacco Budworm Adults (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae). Journal of Economic Entomology, 88(5) 1144-1149.
G5622 1995 Unspecified
USA Martin, S.H., G.W. Elzen, J.B. Graves, S. Micinski, B.R. Leonard, and E. Burris. (1995). Toxicological responses of tobacco budworm (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) from Louisiana, Mississippi, and texas to selected insecticides.. Journal of economic entomology, 88(3) 505-511.
G4118 1983 Field Evolved Resistance
Martinez-Carrillo, J. L. and Reynolds, H. T. (1983). Dosage-mortality studies with pyrethroids and other insecticides on the tobacco budworm form the Imperial Valley, California.. J. Econ. Entomol., 76 983-86.
*The population was created solely by selection and/or genetic manipulation.
**The population was selected further in the laboratory after collection.