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Crop Protection with vernacular Names

Crop Protection with vernacular Names
4
Aug

Leaf smut

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ICAR NEH, Umiam
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4
Aug

Leaf smut

4
Aug

False smut

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ICAR NEH, Umiam
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Dr.Krishnaveni (DRR)
4
Aug

Sheath rot

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ICAR NEH, Umiam
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Dr.Krishnaveni (DRR)
4
Aug

Udbatta disease

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ICAR NEH, Umiam
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CRRI
4
Aug

Sheath blight

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ICAR NEH, Umiam
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Dr.Krishnaveni (DRR)
4
Aug

Leaf scald

4
Aug

Rice Brown spot

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ICAR NEH, Umiam
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Dr.Krishnaveni (DRR)
4
Aug

Rice blast

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ICAR NEH, Umiam
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Dr.Krishna Veni (DRR)
4
Aug

Rice blast

3
Aug

Rice Slug caterpillar

1. Slug caterpillar (Parasa lepida) is a sporadic pest on rice. The larvae feed on the leaves leaving only the midrib.
2. It is recorded for the first time from NE region infesting rice crop during rainy season (Shylesha et al., 2006).

3. The other insect pests of minor economic importance include flea beetles (Chaetocnema basalis and Monolepta signata), stemfly, mole and field crickets, black bug, stink bug, blue beetles and black aphids.

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ICAR NEH, Umiam
3
Aug

Rice skipper

1. Caterpillars of skipper (Pelopidas mathias) are yellowish greenwith four white dorsal stripes. 2. It has a large head and tapering body The caterpillars defoliate the plant. 3. The adult is a fast moving skipper.

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ICAR NEH, Umiam
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http://www.indianaturewatch.net/displayimage.php?id=147697
3
Aug

Rice horned caterpillar

1. Homed caterpillar (Melanitis leda ismene) IS a minor pest of rice. 2. Female adult is dark brown butterfly, which lays white eggs on rice leaves. 3. Caterpillars are green in colour. It feed’s on the leaves at night and remains stationary during daytim. 4. Pupation takes place on leaf. The insect generally infests the crop during vegetative phase mainly on lowland rice.

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ICAR NEH, Umiam
3
Aug

Root aphids

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ICAR NEH, Umiam
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CRRI
3
Aug

Gundhi bug

1. Gundhibug (Leptocorisa oratorious) is the most serious pests of rice under upland and lowland conditions.
2. Both nymphs and adults suck the sap from the developing grains, which results chaffy grains.
3. Nymphs are more destructive than adults. These bugs cause Yield losses up to 20-40%.

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ICAR NEH, Umiam
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CRRI
3
Aug

Rice green semilooper

1. Rice green semilooper (Naranga aenescens) is one of the major pests of rice.
2. It infests 30-40 days old upland crop and continues to Damage the crop up to 65 days. The larvae feed mainly on leaves and defoliate them.
3. Apanteles sp. parasitize up to 80% of green semilooper in field conditions.

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ICAR NEH, Umiam
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IRRI
3
Aug

Rice ear cutting caterpillar

1. The outbreak of rice ear cutting caterpillar (Mythimna separata) was recorded during 1982 initially in Assam and then spread to Manipur, Arunachal, Meghalaya and Tripura.
2. It is an important pest of rice in the region. During outbreaks, it causes 100% damage to the standing crop•
3. The larvae cut the ear head and leave behind the rice shoot resulting in as if the animals have grazed it. It directly affects the yield of the crop.

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ICAR NEH, Umiam
3
Aug

Rice hispa

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ICAR NEH, Umiam
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CRRI
3
Aug

Rice gall midge

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ICAR NEH, Umiam
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CRRI
3
Aug

Rice thrips

1. Both nymphs and adults of thrips (Thrips oryzae) feed on the plant sap from tender leaves. 2. The leaf tips of the affected plants fade and roll up and the thrips remain within the folds. 3. This is a serious pest in uplands of Sikkim andjhum lands ofTripura, Mizoram, Meghalaya, Manipur and Arunachal Pradesh.

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ICAR NEH, Umiam
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CRRI
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