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International Journal of Chemical Studies

Vol. 6, Issue 1 (2018)
Bioefficacy of various insecticides against chilli thrips (Scirtothrips dorsalis Hood)


Author(s): Patil VM, Patel ZP, Gurav SS, Patel RK and Thorat SS

Abstract: Filed experiment was conducted at Farmers field, Village Kesali, Ta. Gandevi, Dist. Navsari during 2015. There are two spray of fipronil 5 SC (25 mL a.i./ha), lambda-cyhalothrin 5 EC (25 mL a.i./ha), ethion 40 EC + cypermethrin 5 EC (499.5 mL a.i./ha), fenpropathrin 30 EC (150 mL a.i./ha) and fenazaquin 10 EC (50 mL a.i./ha) in chilli at 15 days interval resulted that, the treatment of fipronil 0.005 per cent (25 mL a.i./ha) and fenpropathrin 0.03 per cent (150 mL a.i./ha) found significantly superior in controlling the chilli thrips with significantly higher fruit yield (421.95 q/ha), which was at par with fenpropathrin (403.26 q/ ha). A treatment of ethion + cypermethrin 0.1 per cent (499.5 mL a.i./ha) proved as the second best treatment, though it was equally effective to fenpropathrin 0.03 per cent (150 mL a.i./ha) and lambda-cyhalothrin 0.005 per cent (25 mL a.i./ha). Fenazaquin 0.005 per cent (50 mL a.i./ha) remained least effective among all during present investigation.

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How to cite this article:
Patil VM, Patel ZP, Gurav SS, Patel RK, Thorat SS. Bioefficacy of various insecticides against chilli thrips (Scirtothrips dorsalis Hood). Int J Chem Stud 2018;6(1):313-316.
International Journal of Chemical Studies