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06
Aug

Army worm

 

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Nature Of Damage of Armyworm:

1. Damage is caused by larvae feeding on leaves from edges, leaving only the midrib and stems.

2. In severe infestation, entire seed beds and fields are destroyed and appears r as if it has been grazed by animals.

Control of Armyworm:

1. Armyworms are held in check

06
Aug

Rice hispa

 

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Symptoms for damage of Rice Hispa:

1. Damage is caused by both grubs and adults. Grubs feed by tunneling lower and upper epidermis, resulting in regular translucent white patches.

2. Adults scrap the surface of leaf blade often leaving only the lower epidermis.

3. Damaged plant parts appear as white str

06
Aug

Leaf Roller

 

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Nature and symptoms for damage of leaf folder:

1. Larvae infest the young leaves.

2. They feed on leaf tissue and as they become older, fold the leaf to form a tube.

3. During severe infestation, leaf margins dry completely.

Control of Leaf Folder

1. Spray ca

06
Aug

BPH and WBPH

 

Local name: Bhura mahu

Nature of Damage of BPH and WBPH :

1. Nymphs and adults damage the plants by sucking the sap and by plugging xylem and phloem with their feeding.

2. Sheath and pieces of tissues are pushed into these vessels during exploratory feeding and affects early stage of plant growt

06
Aug

Whorl maggot

 Nature of Damage of Whorl maggot :

1. Yellow spots, transparent streaks and pin holes are the other symptoms found on leaves. Neonate maggots feed on the unopened central leaves.

2. Under severe infestation many broken or bent leaves willappear resulting in poor growth and reduced tillering.

Management of Whorl maggot:

• Application of carbofuron granules in the nursery 5-7 days before pulling of seedlings will protect

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