International Journal of Entomology Research


ISSN: 2455-4758

Vol. 3, Issue 5 (2018)

Efficacy of newer insecticide combinations against brinjal shoot and fruit borer

Author(s): Rohokale YA, Sonkamble MM, Bokan SC, Bhede BV
Abstract: Field experiments was conducted in kharif season during 2017-18 at the farm of Department of Agricultural Entomology, Vasantrao Naik Marathwada Krishi Vidyapeeth, Parbhani (Maharashtra) to study the efficacy of newer insecticide combinations against shoot and fruit borer of brinjal. The results revealed that the lowest shoot infestation by L. orbonalis, were observed in chlorantraniliprole 9.3% + lambda cyhalothrin 4.6% ZC (1.38%), was statistically at par with flubendiamide 19.92% + thiacloprid 19.92% (1.42%), and chlorantraniliprole 8.8% + thiamethoxam17.5% SC (10.47%) was the most superior treatment shows lowest fruit damage was statistically at par with flubendiamide 19.92% + thiacloprid 19.92% (10.78%), followed by chlorantraniliprole 9.3% + lambda cyhalothrin 4.6% ZC (11.27%), indoxacarb 14.5% + acetamiprid 7.7% SC (12.52%),), chlorantraniliprole 8.8% + thiamethoxam 17.5% SC (9.22%), was the most superior treatment shows lowest fruit damage was statistically at par with flubendiamide 19.92% + thiacloprid 19.92% (9.64%) on number and weight basis respectively. chlorantraniliprole 8.8 % + thiamethoxam 17.5 % SC registered the highest yield (149q/ha) followed by flubendiamide 19.92% + thiacloprid 19.92% (146q/ha), chlorantraniliprole 9.3% + lambda cyhalothrin 4.6% ZC (140q/ha).
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