International Journal of Chemical Studies
Vol. 5, Issue 3 (2017)
Bioefficacy of different insecticides against diamondback moth
Author(s): Purushotam Sharma, Dr. KC Kumawat, Dr. SK Khinchi, Virendra Kumar and Baddhri Prasad
Abstract: In the present investigations spinosad was found to be most effective reduced up to 94.33 percent population followed by indoxacarb (91.00%) and Flubendiamide (78.66%). The insecticides, viz., fipronil, emamection benzoate and chlorantraniliprole were found moderately effective as they resulted in 70.66, 70.33 and 68.66 percent reduction, respectively and chlorfenapyr, pyridalyl and acephate were proved least effective reduced up to 55.33, 56.66 and 56.00 percent, respectively.
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Purushotam Sharma, Dr. KC Kumawat, Dr. SK Khinchi, Virendra Kumar, Baddhri Prasad. Bioefficacy of different insecticides against diamondback moth. Int J Chem Stud 2017;5(3):891-893.