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AbstractPlant disease caused by pathogenic fungal infection causes maximum crop damage. Among different fungal diseases, rot caused by Sclerotinia spp.; is a primary concern for vegetables and oilseed industry. Disease management using Chemical fungicides is a potential hazard and leads to the...
AbstractThe distribution and relative importance of lepidopteran stem borers attacking maize and sorghum were investigated in farmers’ fields during the main cropping seasons of 2015 and 2016 across three main agro-climatic zones (ACZs) of eastern Ethiopia. Three stem borer species, namely...
AbstractAn experiment was carried out in order to study the methods of managing striped rice stem borer, Chilo suppressalis Walker on rice, with 11 treatments including the early planted, late planted, Trichogramma brassicae Bezdenko release, 10% Diazinon GR, Bt microbial insecticide, sex...
AbstractVascular streak dieback (VSD) disease, caused by Ceratobasidium theobromae, is a significant cocoa diseases in Indonesia. Planting materials are often produced by top grafting raising the possibility that VSD may be spread through the use of infected grafting materials. When scions from...
AbstractThe economic importance of ornamentals has been advancing significantly in many countries due to continuous international demand. Like other crops, ornamental plants are also affected by a number of pathogens and the phytoplasmas diseases are equally important group of pathogens which is...
AbstractDactylopius opuntiae, is known as specific Opuntia cochineal in many countries around the world. This sap-sucking insect was first detected in Morocco in 2014. To address the problem, the feeding potential of different development stages of Cryptolaemus montrouzieri Mulsant, a biological...
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