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Vegetable oils as surface protectants against bruchid, Callosobruchus chinensis (L.) infestation on chickpea



Vegetable oils as surface protectants against bruchid, Callosobruchus chinensis (L.) infestation on chickpea



Indian Journal of Plant Protection 28(2): 184-186



The efficacy of cotton seed, neem palm, rice bran, and soyabean oils (1 and 3 ml/kg of seeds), as seed coating, against C. chinensis infesting chickpea was investigated. Oviposition and adult emergence as well as seed weight loss due to infestation were not recorded for all treatments except cotton seed oil which was nonetheless superior than the control.

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