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Vol. 11, Special Issue 7 (2022)

Evaluation of brinjal varieties against red spider mite, Tetranuchus urticae Koch

Author(s):
Prince Mahore, Pradyumn Singh, Neeraj Kumar, Naveen, Shivani Suman and Sakshi Saxena
Abstract:
The field experiment was conducted to evaluate twenty varieties of brinjal against red spider mite under field conditions at research form Gwalior, RVSKVV, during summer 2021. The incidence of red spider mite was assessed at 22 DAT (Days after transplanting) and continued till the maturity of the crop at weekly intervals. The result revealed that a significant minimum mean incidence of red spider mite (6.90) was recorded in varieties Navina and Kashi Taru in comparison to Pusa Vaibhav, JB-8, Pusa Kranti, PPR, Pusa Ankur, Pusa Syamla, CH-215, IVBHL-20, Pusa Oishikhi, Pusa Uttam, PPC, JB-7, Pusa Safed Baigen, DBR-8, IVBR-17, CHBR-2 and Kashi Himani, while it was at par with CHBR-1. Whereas the significant maximum mean incidence of red spider mite (12.68) was recorded in Pusa Purple Cluster which was at par with Pusa Purple Round, Pusa Ankur and Pusa Oishikhi.
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How to cite this article:
Prince Mahore, Pradyumn Singh, Neeraj Kumar, Naveen, Shivani Suman and Sakshi Saxena. Evaluation of brinjal varieties against red spider mite, Tetranuchus urticae Koch. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2022; 11(7S): 745-748.

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