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Potato in West Bengal

  title={Potato in West Bengal},
  author={Hiran C. Choudhuri},
3 Citations
The Potato Tuber Moth, Phthorimaea operculella (Zeller), in India: Biology, Ecology, and Control
Field releases of Copidosoma koehleri and Chelonus blackburni integrated with Bacillus thuringiensis and Phthorimaea operculella granulosis virus are effective in areas having moderate temperature and high RH and dry leaves of Eucalyptus, Lantana, Ageratum, Eupatorium, soapnut, and wheat straw offer significant reduction in infestation. Expand
Irrigation and fertilization effects on yield of potatoes in West Bengal
Although irrigation increased the yield, applications of large amounts of water did not necessarily produce higher yields and the effects of interaction between irrigation and manure was not statistically significant. Expand
Potato varietal tests in West Bengal
Ultimus and Voran are considered to be superior exsting early and late varieties respectively for their field resistance to late blight and immunity from wart disease. Expand