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International Journal of Chemical Studies

Vol. 9, Issue 2 (2021)
Field performance of newer insecticide Chlorfenapyr 240 SC, cyantraniliprole 10.26% OD and Dimethoate 30% EC against Tomato Whitefly (Bemisia tabaci) in Madhya Pradesh


Author(s): Mamta Solanki, Nishikant A Yadav and Ganesh Shinde

Abstract: Investigations were conducted in College of Agriculture, Indore (Madhya Pradesh) to assess the performance of newer insecticide Chlorfenapyr 240 SC, Cyantraniliprole 10.26% OD and Dimethoate 30% EC against whitefly in tomato. The experiment consisted of eight treatments laid out in randomized block design replicated three times with spacing of 60 x 45 cm. All the alternate sprays of newer insecticides were found significantly superior over the untreated control. Among the various treatments the maximum reduction in insect number was calculated in T5-Chlorfenapyr 240 SC @ 480 ml/ha (91.66%) followed by T4- Chlorfenapyr 240 SC @ 288 g a.i. /ha(88.16%), T6-Cynantraniliprole 10.26%OD 100 ml/ha (87.16%), T7-Dimethoate 30% EC @ 150 gm/ha (84.81%) T3-Chlorfenapyr 240 SC @ 240 g a.i./ha (84.57%) and T2-Chlorfenapyr 240 SC @ 192 g a.i./ha (84.17%). The minimum reduction in population of whitefly was found in T1-Chlorfenapyr 240 SC @ 144 g a.i./ha (83.36%). The higher fruit yield also recorded in T5-Chlorfenapyr 240 SC @ 480ml/ha (32 t/ha) followed by T4- Chlorfenapyr 240 SC @ 288 ga.i./ha (27 t/ha).

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Mamta Solanki, Nishikant A Yadav, Ganesh Shinde. Field performance of newer insecticide Chlorfenapyr 240 SC, cyantraniliprole 10.26% OD and Dimethoate 30% EC against Tomato Whitefly (Bemisia tabaci) in Madhya Pradesh. Int J Chem Stud 2021;9(2):14-16.
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