A review on evaluation of bio intensive practices against major insect pest of soybean
Sagar Vinod Somatkar, Mayur Gopinath Thalkar, Pawan D Thorhate and Vishal Kailas Sonawane
Soybean (Glycine max L. Merrill) is major crop belongs to the leguminous family. It has a good nutritional value than the other leguminous crop and used for the manufacturing the various antibiotics, paints, adhesives, lubricants, varnishes but on the production of crop different factors affecting on it such as abiotic and biotic constraints. But belongs to the biotic factors such as various disease and pest like spodoptera, Green Semilooper, Tobacco Caterpillar, whitefly, Girdle beetle, pod borer, bean fly and Helicoverpa armigera etc., For controlling to these different insect pests by the various practices like chemical control i.e biopesticides, plant extracts like biodynamics mixture, other antifeedant properties like cow urine, cow dung etc., physical control and Biological control such as bio-agents like predator, parasitoid etc are effectively against these biotics stress.
How to cite this article:
Sagar Vinod Somatkar, Mayur Gopinath Thalkar, Pawan D Thorhate, Vishal Kailas Sonawane. A review on evaluation of bio intensive practices against major insect pest of soybean. Pharma Innovation 2021;10(4):962-966.