+ Site Statistics
+ Search Articles
+ Subscribe to Site Feeds
EurekaMag Most Shared ContentMost Shared
EurekaMag PDF Full Text ContentPDF Full Text
+ PDF Full Text
Request PDF Full TextRequest PDF Full Text
+ Follow Us
Follow on FacebookFollow on Facebook
Follow on TwitterFollow on Twitter
Follow on Google+Follow on Google+
Follow on LinkedInFollow on LinkedIn

+ Translate

Effect of food on the life-processes of Earias fabia Stoll with references to three varieties of okra

Bulletin of Entomology New Delhi 29(2): 190-198

Effect of food on the life-processes of Earias fabia Stoll with references to three varieties of okra

Field and laboratory studies on the susceptibility of 3 varieties of okra to Earias fabia were carried out in Rajasthan, India, during 1983.

Accession: 002355959

Related references

Gupta, A., 1988: Effect of food on the life-processes of Earias fabia Stoll with reference to three varieties of okra. Bulletin of Entomology, 292: 190-198

Gupta, A., 1985: Effect of environment on the life processes of Earias fabia Stoll, a pest of bhindi, Hibiscus esculentus (Okra) in an arid climate in and around Jodhpur (Raj.). Transactions of Indian Society of Desert Technology and University Centre of Desert Studies 10(1): 15-18

Nawale, R.N.; Sonone, H.N., 1977: Screening of okra varieties for resistance to fruit borer (Earias fabia Stoll.). Of 14 Hibiscus esculentus varieties, the lowest infestation was recorded in AE22, followed by AE79 and AE52. The last of these had the highest yield of marketable fruit.

Srivastava, U.; Srivastava, P., 1981: Effect of administration of a juvenoid to the last instar larva of Earias fabia Stoll Okra pest, possible control agent. Proceedings of the Indian National Science Academy Part B Biological sciences7(6): 779-810

Kishore, K.V.shwapremi, C.K.ishna, S., 1974: Variation in the reproductive potential of Earias fabia Stoll (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) reared on whole fruit of okra or on its components

Mote, U.N., 1978: Studies on the varietal resistance of okra (Abelmoschus esculentus L.) to fruit borer (Earias fabia Stoll.) under field conditions. Of the 38 cvs studied the following were the least susceptible to Earias vittella: AE-67, Wonderful Pink, AE-22, AE-57, AE-52, AE-79 and AE-3. The data are tabulated.

Rukhsana, G.I.; Khan, M.F.; Naqvi, S.N.H., 1995: Comparative study of Abelmoschus esculentus (L.) Moench Meth, okra fruit and cotton leaves suitability for rearing and biology of Earias fabia Stoll. Earias fabia [E. vittella] was reared on okra fruits and cotton leaves, at 30 +or- 5 degrees C and 65 +or- 5% RH. Okra fruits were found to be as suitable for rearing as cotton leaves. No significant differences were observed in incubation period,...

Singh, RP.; Krishna, SS., 1982: Variation in the development and reproductive programmes of Earias fabia Stoll (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) reared on ripened or on differently extracted developing seeds of okra fruit. Kanpur University Research Journal (Science). 1980 ; 1: 107-114

Chand, Sd, 1981: Growth potential of Earias fabia stoll, in relation to certain food plants. Indian journal of zootomy(pub 1981) 18(2): 73-75

Yazdani, S.S.; Lall, B.S., 1977: Studies on comparative efficacies of newer insecticides in spray and granule formulations against spotted bollworm, Earias fabia Stoll (Noctuidate: Lepidoptera) on okra (Abelmoschus esculentus). Of 10 insecticides tested as sprays against E. fabia [E. vittella] in 3-year trials, the best results were obtained with diazinon at 0.02% and carbaryl at 0.1%, applied 4 times at 2-week intervals. Data are also presented on the effects of 5 soil-...