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Avoidable loss in yield due to insect pests at different stages of growth in pigeonpea cajanus cajan

Avoidable loss in yield due to insect pests at different stages of growth in pigeonpea cajanus cajan

Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 60(11): 742-743

An experiment was conducted during the rainy season 1988 with endosulfan spray and caging methods to evaluate avoidable loss in pigeonpea [Cajanus cajan (L.) Millsp.] due to insect pests at various stages of crop growth. The avoidable loss in yield at the vegetative, early reproductive, reproductive stages and during the entire reproductive phase was 41.37, 55.54, 63,97 and 64.17% with endosulfan, and 36.12, 58.35, 61.54% with caging method respectively.

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