Evaluation of IPM modules for management of sucking and borer insect pest complex of mungbean in Odisha
Keywords:IPM modules, seed treatment, yellow sticky trap and NSKE
AbstractField experiments were conducted to evaluate four different integrated insect pest management (IPM) modules toÂ control sucking and borer insect pest complex in mungbean variety OUM 11-5 (Kamadev) duringKharif, 2014-15Â and 2015-16 at Centre for Pulses Research, OUAT, Berhampur, Odisha. The IPM module including â€˜seed treatmentÂ with imidacloprid 600 FS @ 5 ml/kg seed, installation of yellow sticky trap @100/ha, foliar spray of NSKE 5%Â spray at 30 DAS and foliar spray of indoxacarb 14.5% EC @ 500 ml/ha at 45 DASâ€™ was found to be superior thanÂ other modules with respect to the insect pest incidence, yield maximization and economy. Both sucking and borerÂ insect pests were kept under threshold limit and the average yield was highest (8.3q/ha) with maximum beneft costÂ ratio (2.42) in the said IPM module.
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