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Vol. 11, Special Issue 7 (2022)

Management of brinjal shoot and fruit borer through farmer’s participatory approach

Author(s):
Sanjay Kumar, Ram Prawesh Prasad, Md. Sajid Hussain and Aman Singh
Abstract:
Field trails were conducted at 5 different villages in Gopalganj district of Bihar to evaluated beneficiary of botanicals and bio-pesticides for the management of brinjal shoot and fruit borer through farmers participatory approach. All the tested IPM modules were fanel to be statistically superior over the farmer practice and control. The IPM modules comprising with neem oil 0.4% + Pongamia oil 0.1% + Installation of pheromone traps was most effective in minimizing of shoot and fruit infestation of 86.82, 87.74% respectively. The aforesaid module gene maximum marketable fruit yield 225.76 q/ha with maximum percentage of increase yield our control 48.78 q/ha and also proved profitable as per maximum cost benefit ratio of 1:2.58 followed by neem oil (0.4%) + Pongamia oil (0.1%), Beauveria bassiana, farmers practice, mechanical measures with benefit cost ratio of 1:2.43, 1:2.06, 1:1.74 and 1:1.61, respectively.
Pages: 651-653  |  368 Views  221 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Sanjay Kumar, Ram Prawesh Prasad, Md. Sajid Hussain and Aman Singh. Management of brinjal shoot and fruit borer through farmer’s participatory approach. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2022; 11(7S): 651-653.

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