A NEW ACARICIDE AC-303-630 (CHLORFENAPYR 10 EC) AGAINST CARNATION MITE, Tetranychus cinnabarinus Boisd
Carmine mite, Tetranychus cinnaharinus Boisd. is most important pest of carnation and other ornamental plants. Studies were undertaken for evaluating the efficacy of new acaricides i.e. chlorfenapyr IOEC (AC~303, 630) at 250, 500 and 1000 ml/ha, ﬂuvalinate 25 EC @ 500 ml/ha, and dicofol l8.5 EC @ 1500 ml/ha and flufenoxuron (Cascade l0EC) @ 500 ml/l1a against carmine mite infesting carnation in polyhouse. Among the pesticides tested chlorfenapyr 10 EC at 500 ml/ha was most effective. Fluvalinate 25 EC @ 500 ml/ha was effective for one week in suppressing mite population.
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