FLORA AND FAUNA ISSN 2456-9364(Online) 0971-6920(Print)
2021 Vol.27 No.1 PP 109-112
Effect of biobit on reproduction of Antigastra catalaunalis
Rangoli Krishna
Department of Zoology,
Invertis Univesity, BAREILLY (UP), INDIA
*Corresponding Author : Email : rangoli.k@invertis.org
Sesame(Sesamum indicum) is commonaly known as til. It is an oldest oil crop and a rich source of protein (24%) and carbohydrates (15%). Due to its nutritional,medicinal and cooking qualities, it is also known as the queen of oils. The crop is grown in a wide range of environments. Now a days sesame crop is cultivated in India, China, Japan, Africa, Cyprus, Syria, France, Africa, Srilanka and Malta. To increase the productivity of sesame, a large number of insecticides have been used for the control of the capsule borer, A. catalaunalis. Biobit in combination with chemical insecticides showed increased toxicity of each insecticide. Worker investigated chemical Biobit for controlling apest Antigastra catalaunalis, which spreads diseases on Til, Sesamum indicum.

Key words : Antigastra catalaunalis, Biobit, Leaf dip method, Residue film method, Sesamum indicum.
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