Evaluation of some botanicals against citrus psylla Diaphorina citrii

  title={Evaluation of some botanicals against citrus psylla Diaphorina citrii},
  author={Reena and Vb Singh and Sonika Jamwal and Bhisham Kumar Sinha and A P Singh and Rakesh Kumar and P. Singh},
  journal={Indian journal of entomology},
Five abundantly locally available roadside growing shrubs were collected, shade dried and extracts were prepared in cow urine. These extracts were evaluated against citrus psylla, Diaphorina citrii, one of the major pests infesting citrus in Jammu and Samba districts, which is also responsible for the citrus greening disease. Citrus trees planted at the Research Farm of Advanced Centre for Rainfed Agriculture, Dhiansar, Bari Brahmana and Rainfed Horticulture Research Sub Station, Raya Suchani… 

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