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01
Aug

Flea beetles

Adults scrap and feed on the chlorophyll of new leaves. Young seedlings are more affected and start drying from tips. Typical damage can be seen as white blotches on leaves. Management of Flea beetles Spray monocrotophos 0.05% at the time of incidence.
01
Aug

Management of Gundhi bug

Dusting the crop with Carbaryl (Sevin 5%) or Malathion 5% dust or chlorpyriphos 2% dust @ 20 kg/ha in the morning hours with duster or spraying the crop with 0.05 % monocrotophos or 0.07% endosulfan or 0.05% quinalphos (Ekalux) to reduce the population. (B) Lowland: Lowland rice is infested in nursery as well as after transplanting. 1.Nursery: Many insects infests rice in nursery, viz., root aphid, flea beetles, stem fly, stem borers, WBPH, green leaf hoppers, grass hoppers, filed crickets & h
01
Aug

Gundhi bug and Sucking bug

Nature of damage: Nymphs and adults both suck the sap from the developing grain at milky stage by which grain become chaffy, empty and some grains develop but break during milling.
01
Aug

Management of Rice root aphid

1. Soil incorporation with Carbofuran 3 G @ 1.6 g/m2 (l/2 kg. a.i. /ha) followed by root -zone spray with monocrotophos (0.05 % concentration) at 60 days after sowing. 2. This will also reduce other pest like stem borer, stem fly, leaf roller, WBPH and green leaf hoppers.
01
Aug

Rice root aphid

Nature of damage: 1. Nymphs and adults suck the sap from the tender roots. In heavy infestation seedlings' growth is stunted, become pale yellow in colour and do not flower. 2. The infestation starts in vegetative stage 25 -30 days after sowing and continues till ripening.
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