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Assessment of losses due to sucking pests and bollworms on cotton



Assessment of losses due to sucking pests and bollworms on cotton



PKV Research Journal 10(1): 75-76



The damage caused to cotton by sucking pests and bollworms was estimated in Maharashtra, India, in 1980-81. In separate treatments, carbofuran (16.5 kg/ha) followed by dimethoate (0.03%) was applied for the control of sucking pests and 9 sprays of fenvalerate (0.01%) followed by one of permethrin (0.01%) were applied for the control of bollworms, both pest groups were controlled in a 3rd treatment with carbofuran followed by dimethoate, fenvalerate and permethrin.

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