Microbial pest control agent : Bacillus thuringiensis
World Health Organization & International Programme on Chemical Safety. (1999). Microbial pest control agent : Bacillus thuringiensis. Geneva : World Health Organization. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/42242
Environmental health criteria ; 217
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Summaries in French (p.94-99) and Spanish (p.100-105)
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Guidelines for production of Bacillus thuringiensis H-14 and Bacillus sphaericus / editors, H. T. Dulmage ... [et al.] Dulmage, H. T; Yousten, A. A; Singer, S; Lacey, Lawrence A; UNDP/World Bank/WHO Special Programme for Research and Training in Tropical Diseases (TDR/BCV/90.1. Unpublished, 1990)
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Laboratory and field evaluation of two formulations of Bacillus thuringiensis M-H-14 against mosquito larvae in the Islamic Republic of Iran, 2012 Gezelbash, Z.; Vatandoost, H.; Abai, M.R.; Raeisi, A.; Rassi, Y.; Hanafi Bojd, A.A.; Jabbari, H; Nikpoor, F. (2014)Due to low efficacy in the field of a local commercial product of Bacillus thuringiensis M-H-14 [Bioflash[registered sign], a study was designed to assess its efficacy in laboratory, glass standard aquarium, semi-field and field conditions at both target and higher dosages against immature stages of Anopheles spp.and Culex spp.In laboratory conditions, the LCvalues of wettable powder and granule formulations were 227 and 1031 ppm respectively against a susceptible strain of An.stephensi.Following application of wettable powder and granules ...