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EVALUATION OF DIFFERENT INSECTICIDES FOR CONTROL OF MANGO HOPPERS IN MANGO

Article Id: ARCC2586 | Page : 207 - 209
Citation :- EVALUATION OF DIFFERENT INSECTICIDES FOR CONTROL OF MANGO HOPPERS IN MANGO.Agricultural Science Digest.2008.(28):207 - 209
S. Handa
Address : CCS HAU Research Station, Buria-135 001,Haryana,India

Abstract

Among the different traditional and synthetic pyrethriods evaluated for control of mango-hoppers for three years during 2004-06, synthetic pyrethriods, cypermethrin and fenvalerate proved better in reducing the pest population more than 89% for upto 10 days followed by quinalphos, carbaryl, endosulfan, monocrotophos and dimethoate with pest reduction ranging between 78.3 to 60.6%.

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