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Litter production and nutrient return in tropical dry deciduous teak forests of Satpura plateau in central India
The amount of nutrients returned due to insect pest attack on the trees have implications on the patterns of nutrient cycling and forest productivity.
Effect of Some Soil Insecticides in Controlling the Major Insect Pests in Teak Nursery
In treated plots of BHC, Furadon and Sevin, the cumulative effect of larval population of teak defoliator, H.puera and skeletonizer, E.machaeralis, the observations confirm that Sevin 50 W.P. @ 600g/ bed was most effective against these pests.
Impact of pest problems in Gmelina arborea Linn. plantations in Western Maharashtra.
The impact of different pest outbreaks was evaluated on Gmelina arborea mortality and possible measures to counter the present problem are also suggested.
Seasonal History and Chemical Control of Gall Forming Insect Betousa stylophora Swinh. (Lepidoptera: Thyrididae) on Emblica Officinalis Gae.
Phorate (Thimet) 10 G followed by Carbofuran (Furadon) 3 G @ 10 gm per plant (3 years old) was found to be most effective by using both prophylactic and curative measures against this pest for protection of E. officinalis plants in agroforestry models.
Population Dynamics and Seasonal Abundance of some Forest Insect Pests (Nursery Stage) through Light Trap
Population dynamics and seasonal abundance of forest nursery pests through light trap unit was started at State Forest Research Institute Nursery, Jabalpur with the installation of Pennsylvanian
Screening of certain varieties of Emblica officinalis Gaertn. for resistance to insect pests and diseases in central India
Resistance, varieties, Emblica officinalis, insect pests, diseases, plant morphological characters of the varieties were studied and variety NA-10 (Narendra-10) followed by Kanchan was found to be least preferred by varieties.
Application of Delivery Methods for Fungal Pathogens and Insecticides Against Chironji (Buchanania Lanzan) Stem Borer, Plocaederus Obesus Gahn
All the treatments were superior to the untreated control in reducing borer infestation and implementation of fungal application in integrated control of P. obesus should be considered.