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Vol. 10, Issue 3 (2021)

Seasonal incidence of mango hopper Amritodus atkinsoni Leth.

Author(s):
SS Kadavkar, SA Patil, UB Hole, PB Mohite and Meera Devi Thamidela
Abstract:
Field experiment entitled “Study of seasonal incidence of mango hopper Amritodus atkinsoni Leth’’ was conducted during 2018-19 in the farm of Horticulture section, NARP, Shenda Park, Kolhapur, (Maharashtra) with the objective to study the seasonal incidence of mango hopper. The study revealed that incidence of the mango hopper was noticed from month of Sept. corresponding to 36 M.W, 2018 the population was (1.19 hoppers/panicle) and started gradually increasing from 37 to 41 M.W. The incidence was 3.43 hoppers/ panicles in 41st M.W. The peak incidence of mango hopper was found to be in the 49th M.W i.e. (12.31 hoppers/panicle). Increase in temperature and sunshine resulted in the migration and take hoppers from panicles and shoot to shelter and trunk. The incidence of mango hopper was positively correlated with bright sunshine while it was and negatively correlated with maximum temperature, minimum temperature, relative humidity and rainfall, respectively.
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How to cite this article:
SS Kadavkar, SA Patil, UB Hole, PB Mohite, Meera Devi Thamidela. Seasonal incidence of mango hopper Amritodus atkinsoni Leth.. Pharma Innovation 2021;10(3):596-598.

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