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Vol. 10, Special Issue 11 (2021)

Seasonal incidence of tea mosquito bug Helopeltis antonii Sign in cashew

Author(s):
Mande SR, Patil SA, Mohite PB, Hole UB, Sawant SV, Bagade AS, Kavitake OA and Birajdar SB
Abstract:
Field experiment entitled “Efficacy of insecticides against tea mosquito bug, Helopeltis antonii Sign. in cashew’’ was conducted during 2018-19 with nine treatments, replicated thrice, in the farm of Horticulture Section, NARP, Shenda Park, Kolhapur, (Maharashtra) with the objectives to study the seasonal incidence of tea mosquito bug and to study the efficacy of insectcides against tea mosquito bug. The study revealed that the incidence of tea mosquito bug was noticed from first fortnight of November, 2018 with 10.11 per cent infestation which coincided with emergence of new flush. The peak activity was found during first fortnight of February 2019 where 33.75 per cent infestation was recorded. The incidence of tea mosquito bug was significantly and positively correlated with relative humidity-I. However, the incidence of tea mosquito bug was significantly and negatively correlated with maximum temperature and minimum temperature and non-significantly and negatively correlated with rainfall and relative humidity-II.
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How to cite this article:
Mande SR, Patil SA, Mohite PB, Hole UB, Sawant SV, Bagade AS, Kavitake OA and Birajdar SB. Seasonal incidence of tea mosquito bug Helopeltis antonii Sign in cashew. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2021; 10(11S): 492-494.

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