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Vol. 10, Special Issue 10 (2021)

Impact of IPM and non-IPM practices on population variations, incidence, infestation of major pests and their natural enemies in cabbage

Author(s):
Saikumar N, Emmanuel N, Chinnabbai CH and Umakrishna K
Abstract:
The present investigations entitled” Impact of IPM and non-IPM practices on population variations, incidence and infestation of major pests and their natural enemies in Cabbage” was carried out during rabi, 2020-21 at College of Horticulture, Venkataramannagudem. Results revealed that the minimum mean average population of P. xylostella (DBM) moth was 1.55 + 0.59 number per plant as compared to 5.34 + 1.18.in non-IPM plot. The mean population of diamond back moth larvae in cabbage grown in IPM plot was 1.52 + 0.73per cent which was 52.60 times lesser than that of non-IPM plot with 4.12 + 1.64 per cent. The lowest mean per cent of infestation of head was recorded in IPM plot with 3.88 + 2.12 per cent as compared to that of non-IPM plot (5.09 + 2.54 per cent). However the peak head infestation was noticed in 3rd SMW in IPM plot (60%), non-IPM plot (80%).
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How to cite this article:
Saikumar N, Emmanuel N, Chinnabbai CH and Umakrishna K. Impact of IPM and non-IPM practices on population variations, incidence, infestation of major pests and their natural enemies in cabbage. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2021; 10(10S): 178-183.
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