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Chemical control of rice stem-borer and whorl-maggot

, : Chemical control of rice stem-borer and whorl-maggot. Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 53(3): 183-184

In field-plot tests in Pondicherry, India, in 1980-81 on the effectiveness of 7 different treatments involving broadcast application of carbofuran granules at 0.75 kg a.i./ha and 0.1% foliar sprays of phosphamidon, alone or in combination, for the control of Scirpophaga incertulas (Wlk.) and Hydrellia sp. on rice, carbofuran application on the 20th day after planting, followed by phosphamidon applications on the 35th and 50th days, gave the best control of the 2 pests and resulted in the highest yield.

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