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Vol. 12, Special Issue 12 (2023)

Seasonal incidence of sucking insect pests on Chrysanthemum under plain zone of Chhattisgarh at Pendri, Rajnandgaon

Author(s):
Tuleshwaree Kunjam, Manoj Kumar Chandraker, AK Awasthi, UB Deshmukh, RKS Tomar, NK Chaure, Preeti Thakur and Tokhendra Markam
Abstract:
The field experiment was carried out at Research Instructional Farm, Rajnandgaon, Under College of Pt. Kishori Lal Shukla College of Horticulture and Research Station, Instructional Research farm, Pendri, Rajnandgaon (Chhattisgarh) during Rabi 2022-23. The studies revealed that the population of aphid noticed from last week of October (44th SMW) to last week of January (05th SMW). In comparison to all the month so crop period the highest activity of aphid was observed in 3rd week of December (51 SMW) with aphid population 76.32/three leaf. The results indicated that aphid population had significantly negative correlation with, maximum temperature (r = -0.667**). Thrips population was first appeared first week of November (45th SMW) at flowering stage to last week of January (05th SMW) and maximum peak population was (7.30/flower) observed in second week of December (50th SMW). The results indicated that thrips population had significantly negative correlation with, maximum temperature (r = -0.614*), while remaining weather parameters like minimum temperature, sunshine, average temperature, relative humidity, and rainfall were negatively non-significant correlated with both the insect.
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How to cite this article:
Tuleshwaree Kunjam, Manoj Kumar Chandraker, AK Awasthi, UB Deshmukh, RKS Tomar, NK Chaure, Preeti Thakur and Tokhendra Markam. Seasonal incidence of sucking insect pests on Chrysanthemum under plain zone of Chhattisgarh at Pendri, Rajnandgaon. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2023; 12(12S): 1061-1064.
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