Corpus ID: 83558579

Relative efficacy of certain bio-rational insecticides to citrus psylla (Diaphorina citri).

  title={Relative efficacy of certain bio-rational insecticides to citrus psylla (Diaphorina citri).},
  author={C. Rao and V. Shivankar},
  journal={Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences},
Studies on the seasonal incidence and management of citrus psylla (Diaphorina citri Kuwayama) in sweet orange
The results revealed that the peak nymphal population of citrus psylla was observed in the month of February-March and August-September and it was low in May-June and December and the reduction in the pest coincided with reduction in new flushes during April to June months. Expand
Chemical inducers, nutrient management, guava intercropping and insecticides can reduce huanglongbing incidence and severity in Sweet orange
The results comprehensively suggest that chemical inducers and nutrient management seem a better alternative to control HLB aimed to increase tree lifespan and productivity. Expand
Effect of different insecticides against leaf miner, Phyllocnistis citrella Stainton infesting kagzi lime
Results of the experiment indicated that the lowest leaf damage percentage was observed in the treatment of spinosad 45 SC, which was statistically at par with difenthiuron 50 WP 0.05% and imidacloprid 17.8 SL 0.0072% after seven and fifteen days of first spray and second spray of the both the season. Expand
Eficácia do óleo essencial de Piper aduncum L. (Piperaceae) para o controle de Diaphorina citri Kuwayama.
The efficiency OEPA on nymphs and adults of Diaphorina citri under laboratory conditions and repellency to adults was studied and it was possible to conclude essential oil of P. aduncum is a promising could be used in IPM programs for the control of D. citri. Expand
Efficacy of essential oil of Piper aduncum against nymphs and adults of Diaphorina citri.
Dillapiol-rich oil is a promising compound for D. citri control and shows no residual activity against adults, suggesting its efficacy against nymphs and adults of D.citri under laboratory conditions is effective. Expand
Chemical control of the Asian citrus psyllid and of huanglongbing disease in citrus.
There is an urgent need to find a sustainable solution to the HLB menace through chemical control of ACP populations and within HLB-infected trees through the judicious use of labeled insecticides (existing and novel chemistries) and antibiotics in area-wide management programs with due consideration to the insecticide resistance problem. Expand
Efficacy of Insecticides Against Citrus Psylla (Diaphorina Citri Kuwayama) in Field and Laboratory Conditions
Both Imidacloprid and Bifenthrin insecticides proved to be the most effective against D. citri with lethal times of 4 and 5 hours, respectively, at a concentration of 500 ppm, calculated from probability test with Minitab-15. Expand
  • 2013
The experiment on efficacy of biocides on Phyllocnistis citrella Stainton infesting kagzi lime were carried out at Anand Agricultural University, Anand during 2011. For reducing the leaf damageExpand