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Laboratory evaluation of plant products and grain protectants for prevention of damage by Callosobruchus chinensis (Linnaeus) in stored chickpea



Laboratory evaluation of plant products and grain protectants for prevention of damage by Callosobruchus chinensis (Linnaeus) in stored chickpea



Agricultural Science Digest Karnal 18(4): 234-236



Neem leaves, castor oil, ash, malathion 50 EC and BHC 10 D were tested against C. chinensis infesting stored chickpea. Malathion (0.5%) and HCH (1%) were most effective resulting in highest mortality.

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