FLORA AND FAUNA ISSN 2456-9364(Online) 0971-6920(Print)
         
2018 Vol.24 No.2 PP 218­-220
SEASONAL INCIDENCE OF PREDATORY MITE SPECIES, AMBLYSEIUS INDICUS AND AMBLYSEIUS TERTANYCHIVORUS ON OKRA AND BRINJAL CROPS
*MANOJ KUMAR TRIPATHI AND D.K.SRIVASTAVA 1
Department of Entomology,
T.D. College, JAUNPUR-222002
1Council of Science & Technology,
LUCKNOW-226019 *Corresponding Author : Email : tripathi.manoj413@gmail.com.
ABSTRACT
A study was conducted to assess the population dynamics of two predatory mite Amblyseius indicus and Amblyseius tertanychivorus under field condition on two summer vegetable crops, viz . brinjal and okra. Maximum population of Amblyseius indicus and A. tetranychivorus mites were recorded in crops brinjal (12.40), okra (09.60) and crop brinjal (09.20), okra (11.10), respectively. The population of predatory mites, recorded in the summer months in all crops varied from 2.00 to 8.00. Minimum incidence of predatory mites A. indicus was recorded in the month of March 1st fortnight in both crops and both mites i.e. brinjal (0.20) and okra (1.20). Similar trend was observed to A. tetranychivorus in crop brinjal (0.90) and okra (1.40), respectively.

Key words : Amblyseius indicus ,Amblyseius teratnychivorus , Predatory mite,
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