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Table 2 Compatibility of infective juveniles (IJs) of Heterorhabditis pakistanensis with different insecticides and neem product under laboratory conditions

From: Efficacy of entomopathogenic nematodes against the cabbage butterfly (Pieris brassicae (L.) (Lepidoptera: Pieridae) infesting cabbage under field conditions

TreatmentsMean mortality (%) of IJs at different intervals (h)Cumulative mean
244872% IJs mortality% IJs survival
100 IJs + Quinalphos 25 EC @ 0.0175%14.8 (21.1)*20.5 (26.8)22.0 (27.8)19.180.9
100 IJs + Quinalphos 25 EC @ 0.035%18.5 (25.4)25.1 (30.0)29.3 (32.7)24.375.7
100 IJs + Quinalphos 25 EC @ 0.07%30.0 (33.1)40.3 (39.3)47.6 (43.6)39.360.7
100 IJs + Dichlorvos 76 EC @ 0.025%15.0 (22.7)20.8 (27.0)23.3 (28.7)19.780.3
100 IJs + Dichlorvos 76 EC @ 0.05%20.1 (26.5)31.0 (33.7)37.1 (37.5)29.470.6
100 IJs + Dichlorvos 76 EC @ 0.1%34.8 (36.1)50.3 (45.1)61.1 (50.9)48.751.3
100 IJs + Azadirachtin @ 0.125%14.5 (22.3)19.3 (26.0)21.0 (27.1)18.281.8
100 IJs + Azadirachtin @ 0.25%16.3 (23.7)23.6 (29.0)27.8 (31.7)22.577.5
100 IJs + Azadirachtin @ 0.5%28.5 (32.1)37.0 (37.4)42.3 (40.5)35.964.1
Untreated control (100 IJs only)4.1 (11.6)4.1 (11.6)4.1 (11.6)4.195.9
  1. CD (P ≤ 0.05): Treatment: 1.73; Duration: 0.94; Treatment × Duration: 2.99: Design: CRD; Replication: six
  2. *Figures in parenthesis are Arc sine transformed value of mean percent mortality