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Increase in grain yield in pigeonpea due to chemical control of insect pests



Increase in grain yield in pigeonpea due to chemical control of insect pests



Bulletin of Entomology New Delhi 36(1/2): 57-59



In field studies conducted during the kharif season of 1987 in New Delhi, India, the highest pigeon pea grain yield and maximum net profit was recorded in fields treated with deltamethrin. The grain yield was 63.3% higher compared with the untreated control.

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