MANAGEMENT OF CHILLI FRUIT BORER, Helicoverpa armigera (Hubner)

K.P. GUNDANNAVAR, R.S. GIRADDI

Abstract


Experiment was carried out undcr field condition at Main Agricultural
Research Staion, University of Agricultural Sciences, Dharwad (Kama lab, S. India) to evaluate efficacy of different biorarional approaches against chilli fruit borer Helicoverpa armigea (Hubner). Among different schedules, the Nimbecidine-Nimbecidine-Spinosad Garlic Chilli Kerosine Extract-Spinosad treatment was effective against H. armigera by recording least larval infestation and fruit damage. With respccl to dry chilli yield, RPP recorded highest yield (4.44 q/ha) wilh maximum net return (Rs. 13767/-). While,
biorational schedule involving Nimbecidine-Nimbecidine-Emamectin benzoate-Neem oil-Emamectin benzoate was the next better intervention with higher net return (Rs. 12127/-).


Keywords


Chilli; Helicoverpa armigera

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