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Vol. 10, Special Issue 11 (2021)

Incidence and intensity of bark eating caterpillar, Inderbella spp. infesting aonla trees

Author(s):
Deepak Kumar, Umesh Chandra, Rishabh Mishra and Puneet Kumar
Abstract:
The studies on. Incidence and intensity of bark. eating caterpillar, Indarbela sp. revealed that in Agronomy Research Farm of ANDUAT, the minimum incidence was recorded in 1st SMW (65.73%) and maximum incidence was racorded in 48 SMW (86.89%).The average minimum number of active holes per infested tree were recorded in 1st SMW(.66) and maximum number of active holes were recorded in 36 SMW(7.36). In Main Experiment Station Horticulture of ANDUAT, the minimum incidence was recorded in 1st SMW (55.5%) and maximum incidence was racorded in 39 SMW (83.85%). The average minimum number of active holes per infested tree were recorded in 1st SMW(.56) and maximum number of active holes were recorded in 36 SMW(6.55). In Akma Research farm of ANDUAT, the minimum incidence was recorded in 33 SMW (44.78%) and maximum incidence was racorded in 48 SMW (83.85%). The average minimum number of active holes per infested tree were recorded in 33 SMW(.45) and maximum number of active holes were recorded in 35 SMW(3.33).
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How to cite this article:
Deepak Kumar, Umesh Chandra, Rishabh Mishra and Puneet Kumar. Incidence and intensity of bark eating caterpillar, Inderbella spp. infesting aonla trees. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2021; 10(11S): 323-328.

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