Earias vittella female (Photo: courtesy of Buck Richardson, Kuranda, Queensland ). The adult moths are off-white with a green or brown stripe along the middle of. Overview. Last modification: Basic information. EPPO code: EARIVI; Preferred name: Earias vittella; Authority: Fabricius. Other scientific names. An artificial diet was developed for mass rearing of the spotted bollworm Earias vittella (Fabricius) in environmentally controlled conditions (27±1°C, 65±5%.
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Journal of Agricultural Research Lahore24 4: Singh and Bichoo found little information other than sketchy reports on the nature and extent of damage. Some biological and bionomical observations on Earias fabia Stoll. A comparative eaeias on the chaetotaxy of last instar larvae of Earias insulana Boisd.
Need based application of pesticide on some bhendi varieties for control of the fruit borer Earias vittella F. Often the literature does not distinguish the losses due to E. The susceptibility of certain American Upland and Sakel cotton varieties to bollworms infestation Lepidoptera: The impact of E.
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Journal of Indian Society of Cotton Improvement, 3: Hirsute varieties Agarwal and Katiyar, and glandless varieties Brader, have been found to be more susceptible. Raining and relative humidity: Numerous trials have tested the resistance of various cultivars and reduced susceptibility has been found in many of them. Urmila Sharma; Yadav DN, Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research, pp.
However, subsequently Trichogramma australicum and B. A review of the economic insect pests of cotton in Thailand. Indian Journal of Ecology, 17 1: Management of spotted bollworms Earias spp. Krishnamoorthy A; Mani M, Production and release of sex pheromone by virgin females of the spotted bollworm Earias vittella Fabricius Lepidoptera: Bulletin of Entomology New Delhi30 1: Subsequent surveys suggested that the parasite was becoming established and overwintering was observed.
Some years later, T. Tropical Pest Management, 29 4: Evaluation of pheromone and virgin female traps in monitoring Earias vittella on bhendi. Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 66 The bolls are also attacked, but only when unripe.
Ahmad and Ghulamullah suggested that the rains, by lowering the temperature and enhancing relative humidity benefitted B. Duhoon SS; Singh M, Lower pest incidence was found in fields where stumps were removed after harvest Sawhney and Nadkarny, Response of the germplasms of upland cotton to population pressures and fertility levels and their reaction to bollworm damage.
Science and Culture, 43 3: Hamdard Medicus, 38 3: The attack of okra follows a similar pattern to that of cotton. Shoot and esrias borer: Biology of spotted bollworm, Earias vitella Fab. Timings of spraying in the control of spotted bollworms of cotton Earias spp.
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Journal of Advanced Zoology, 8 2: Ovipositional preference and damage by vitfella bollworm Earias fabia Stoll in cotton. Host-Plant Resistance Considerable resistance to Earias has been recorded in several wild species of Gossypium Anson et al. Feeding deterrent and toxic activity in the leaves of Sida acuta L. Secondary branching may occasionally occur. La faune des cottoniers sans glandes dans la partie meridionale du Tchad.
Effect of agricultural factors on cotton yield and bollworm attack. Khaliq A; Yousaf M, Indian Journal of Entomology, 7: Effect of weather on the light-trap captures of some insect pests of cotton.
Journal of Applied Entomology, 4: Entomologie et Phytopathologie Appliquees, No. Impact of sequence of flowering on the incidence of bollworms in vittelka varieties of cotton.
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Studies on different types of threshold levels for controlling Earias vittella Fb. If you would like to, you can learn more about the cookies we use.
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