Training on mango cultivation, Pest and Disease management . Pochampalli, Krishnagiri Dist. 21.10.2009. Training on Guava cultivation, Pest and Disease management. Old Ayakudi, Dindigul district. 18.11.2009. Training on nutrient management, Importance of bio-fertilizer application and pre flowering pest management in mango. Pochampalli. A guide to Guava plant diseases and pests. The Guava plants are usually planted at a distance of 5-8 m. The exact Guava planting distance is decided according to variety, soil fertility, and availability of irrigation facilities. The standard plant spacing is 6 m. x 6 m. accommodating 112 plants/acre. In the model scheme, a spacing of about 6 m. Guava Shoot Borer (Microcolona technographa): It is a serious pest in the guava nursery. It damages the tender shoots. The infested shoots dry up which can be located from a distance by the presence of fine black growth on the leaves promise and pest and diseases incidence shows increasing trend. B. Field scouting: Field scouting for pests/diseases and biocontrol fauna/flora by extension agencies and farmers once in a fortnight should be undertaken to asses increasing/decreasing trend in the pest/disease and availability of biocotnrol potential . Pineapple 30 ix. Sapota 31 x. Papaya 33 xi. Pomegranate 36 xii. Jack 39 xiii. Ber 40.
management strategies for containing the pest and disease problems. Pest monitoring is also one of the important component ofIPM to take proper decision to manage pest problem. It can be done through Agro-Ecosystem Analysis (AESA), field scouting. light, pheromone, sticky/yellow pan traps. The economc t.}reshold levels ŒTL) of Important pests. TNAU Agritech Portal :: Crop Protection : Crop Insect Pests. Crop Diseases. Crop Nematode Pest. Biological Control. Pesticides. Plant Protection Equipments . Natural Pest & Disease Control. Quarantine. Integrated Pest Management. Recent Updates: Pest and Disease Surveillance and Forecast Report. Managementues for High Temperature Stress in Crops Diseases of Field Crops and Their Management Author TNAU, Tamil Nadu . Index LN Lecture Name Page No 1 Diseases of Rice 4 - 27 2 Diseases of Sorghum 28 - 39 3 Diseases of Wheat 40 - 52 4 Diseases of Pearlmillet 53 - 60 5 Diseases of Maize 61 - 69 6 Diseases of Sugarcane 70 - 84. Guava wilt. Disease symptoms: First symptoms start with the onset of monsoon. Appearance of light yellow foliage with loss of turgidity and epinasty. Plants, at a later stage, show unthriftyness. Subsequently, premature shedding and defoliation. Some of the twigs become bare and fail to bring forth new leaves or flowers and eventually dry up TNAU Agritech Portal :: Crop Protection. Borers. Mango stem borer , Batocera rufomaculata. Symptoms of damage. Grub tunnels in the sapwood on the trunk or branches. Grub bore into the sap wood and macking irregular tunnels. Feeding the vascular tissues. interruption of nutrient and water transport on the tissue
Diseases of Citrus 5-9 2. Diseases of Mango 10-16 3. Diseases of Banana 17-23 4. Diseases of Grapes 24-27 5. Diseases of Pomegranate and Papaya 28-32 6. Diseases of Guava 33-35 7. Diseases of Apple 36-43 8. Diseases of Chilli 44-51 9. Diseases of Brinjal 52-57 10. Diseases of Bhendi 58-61 11. Diseases of Potato 62-72 12 Guava - soil, climate, irrigation and nutrient management, nutrient deficiencies, physiological disorders, pests and diseases, management practices 70-73 15. Nevertheless, more trade is carried on processed guava products like Juices and nectars, Jam and Jellies, fruit paste, canned whole and halves in syrup Book Detail: Language: English Pages: 172 Author: TNAU Price: Free . COURSE OUTLINE: Disease of Horticultural Crops & Their Management. Lecture 1.Diseases of Citrus. Lecture 2.Diseases of Mango. Lecture 3.Diseases of Banana. Lecture 4.Diseases of Grapes. Lecture 5.Diseases of Pomegranate and Papaya. Lecture 6.Diseases of Guava . Lecture 7.Diseases of Apple . Lecture 8 Guava fruit is good source of potassium. Guava fruit is low in calories and fat. Guava is rich source of soluble dietary fiber and hence helps in treating constipation. Consuming Guava fruit regularly lowers the risk of cancer Plant Quarantine measures were also initiated in 1971 by involving the Madras Agricultural Pests and Disease Act, 1914, declaring the golden nematode as pest and the district of the Nilgiris as notified area to prevent the spread of the nematode within and outside The Nilgiris and also to other potato growing areas in the country
I. Pests A. Pests of National Significance 1. Insect and mite pests 2. Diseases 3. Nematodes 4. Weeds 5. Rodents II. Agro-Ecosystem Analysis (AESA) based Integrated Pest Management (IPM) A. AESA B. Field scouting C. Surveillance through pheromone trap catches for fruit boring caterpillar D. Light traps E. Nematode extraction III Diseases of Fruit, Plantation, Medicinal and Aromatic Crops-: Course content creator :-Dr. V. B. Sanath Kumar Associate Professor & Programme co-ordinator KVK, VC Farm, Mandya e-mail: email@example.com ecosystem with special focus on pest-defender dynamics, innate abilities of plant to compensate for the damages caused by the pests and the infl uence of abiotic factors on pest buildup. In addition, Ecological Engineering for pest management - a new paradigm to enhance the natural enemies of pests in an agro-ecosystem is being considere The Post Graduate programme in Agricultural Entomology was started in 2014 at Department of Plant Protection, ADAC&RI, Tiruchirappalli and three batches (17 students) have successfully passed out since then. It has a modern PG lecture hall well equipped with LCD Projector to facilitate effective teaching and learning Guava - soil, climate, irrigation and nutrient management, nutrient deficiencies, physiological disorders, pests and diseases, management practices; Pine apple - soil, climate, planting, High Density Planting, nutrient and water management, special cultural operations, pests and diseases and management practice
Department of Plant Protection - Research. Bio-efficacy and phytotoxicity study of Insignia 20 WDG (Pyraclostrobin 20 % WDG) against Sigatoka leaf spot of banana caused by Mycosphaerella musicola Leach. M/s BASF India Limited, Mumbai and more pest and disease incidences are discussed. Keywords: Orchard, canopy management, planting density, double hedge. The area under mango in India is about 2.3 million ha with a production of about 15.02 million t. registering an average productivity of 6.5 t ha-1 as against a higher productivity of 30 t ha-1 in Israel. The main reaso Guava Production Practices - In the month of February: In this month, water the plants at 5 to 6 days interval regularly. It is common to notice the stem and shoot borer pests during this month. You must check each and every plant regularly or at least periodically by going round the guava field 14. Guava - soil, climate, irrigation and nutrient management, nutrient deficiencies, physiological disorders, pests and diseases, management practices 70-73 15. Pine apple - soil, climate, planting, High Density Planting, nutrient and water management, special cultural operations, pests and diseases and management practices 74-7 7. Vine Trunk Diseases. Two grapevine diseases in this category, Petri disease and Esca (black measles), are caused by fungal pathogens. They tend to affect old vines that are at least 10 years old but young vines are not immune. Wood and leaves that have contracted these diseases develop unusual discoloration patterns of stripes or sports
Book Detail: Crop Pests and Stored Grain Pests and Their Management Language: English Pages: 420 Author: TNAU Price: Free Course Outline: Crop Pests and Stored Grain Pests and Their Management 1 Rice 2 Rice 3 Sorghum, pearl and finger millet 4 Maize and Wheat 5 Pulse 6 Redgram and Chickpea 7 Coconut and Arecanut 8 Oil Seeds- Groundnut, Sunflower.. The book highlights the nematode problems of fruit trees in general, and guava and pomegranate in particular in India, symptoms, nature of damage by major nematode pests, how the nematode spreads. TNAU has so far released 151 agricultural implements. Pests. Though rose is considered to be a hardy plant, it is still attacked by a number of diseases like dieback, the most serious one. Pest and disease incidence has been recorded high in these varieties. Tuberose is a hardy crop and is not much affected by attacks of insect the pests and. Guava plants propagated through layering techniques are yield (Sourabh Corresponding Author: S Padmapriya TNAU, Coimbatore, aids for multiplication of guava plants rapidly througho Tamil Nadu, India cured scion (Lucknow 49) free from pest and diseases were selected from College Orchard and used for grafting purpose Bees and bee pests and diseases. The Australian honey bee industry is composed of about 13,000 registered beekeepers. Around 1,300 of these are considered to be commercial apiarists, each with more than 50 hives. The European honey bee contributes directly to the Australian economy with the industry valued at around $100 million per annum with.
Sweet potato, Ipomoea batatas, is an herbaceous perennial in the family Convolvulaceae grown for its edible storage roots. The sweet potato plant is a branching, creeeping vine with spirally arranged lobed, heart shaped leaves and white or lavender flowers. The plant has enlarged roots called tubers which act as an energy store for the plant More than one thousand species of arthropod pests and nearly 400 pathogens are known to attack tea all over the world, though only about 300 species of insects and mites and 58 pathogenic fungi are recorded from tea in India. Crop loss due to pest and diseases varies between 15 and 20% 7.1 Major pests. Regardless of where lychee is grown, several insect groups attack the flowers, fruit, leaves and branches. Lepidopterous fruit borers are generally the most important pests affecting production. Other important species include various leaf- and flower-eating caterpillars and beetles, bark borers, scales, leaf mites, fruit. Integrated Pests and Diseases Management. Capsicum being relatively long duration (9-10 months) crop in polyhouse, the plant parts (vegetative, floral & fruit) are the more exposed to an adverse effect on the yield, quality and market value of the produce Basic requirements Rice is mainly grown in warmer regions as the plants will not grow at temperatures below 10°C. Rice is considered to be a semi-aquatic annual grass and is commonly grown in paddies in wetlands or under shallow water. Several new methods of propagating rice have been developed which allow rice to be cultivated in less conventional areas e.g. drought resistant varieties are.
Embryo abortion, climatic factors, disturbed water relation, lack of nutrition, disease, pest and hormonal imbalances are the major factors that lead to fruit drop. The foliar application of Alary (B-nine) @ 100 ppm or NAA 20 ppm at pea stage of fruit was found effective in controlling fruit drop in mango .ac.i Pests and diseases of citrus Below is a brief overview of the major and minor pests and diseases of citrus. For more in-depth information, including diagnosis help and spraying schedules, consult the 'Handy guide' and 'Problem solver' sections of the citrus information kit Whitefly Damage Symptoms The disease is present all m ango area of India The verities neelam and bangalora are highly susceptible to this disease. Symptoms: Leaf spot Diseases of Guava 1. Anurag Kerketta CHRS, Jagdalpur Diseases of Guava 2. GUAVA (Psidium guajava L.) Guava it is hardy, aggressive, and a perennial that has only recently become a cultivated crop IPM SCHEDULE FOR BANANA PESTS Contents A. Insects Page 1. Rhizome (corm) weevil 1-2 2. Pseudo stem borer 2-3 3. Banana aphid 4 4. Leaf eating catter pillar 4 5. Flea beetles 4 6. Burrowing nematode 4-5 7. Root knot nematode 5-6 B. Diseases 8
Diseases and Pests. Diseases i. Powdery Mildew . The disease is caused by Oidium mangiferae Berthet. The disease affects inflorescence, leaves and young fruits. The characteristic symptom of the disease is the white superficial powdery growth of the fungus comprising a large number of conidia borne on conidiophores. The disease can be managed. The fungus, Thielaviopsis paradoxa is the causal agent of the disease. The progress of the disease was faster during July to November. The increase in growth cracks on the trunk, severe summer followed by sudden wetting, imbalanced nutrition, excessive salinity, etc. aggravates the disease A step by step guide to Mango pests, diseases, and their control. It is one of the most delicious fruits grown in India. India alone accounts for nearly 80 percent of the world's mango production. A substantial quantity is being exported to different parts of the world. Caring for Mango trees must includ Papaya leaf curl disease. Disease symptoms. Curling, crinkling and distortion of leaves, reduction of leaf lamina, rolling of leaf margins inward and downward, thickening of veins. Leaves become leathery, brittle and distorted. Plants stunted.Affected plants does not produce flowers and fruits
Pest & Disease Management in ITK TULSI Control the Blast of rice Control of insect in sapota, guava METHI Control of insect of okra eg. Fruit borer KAROSENE OIL To control of ant in climber To control of Termite 20 Papaya Diseases & its Control. Powdery Mildew (Odium indicum, Odium caricae) : The development of powdery mildew in papaya is promoted by high humidity (80-85%) and a temperature range of 24-26°C. The disease appears as on the foliage and pods. Infection is first apparent on the leaves as small slightly darkened areas, which later become white powdery spots
Disease symptoms The characteristic symptom of the disease is the white superficial powdery fungal growth on leaves, stalks of panicles, flowers and young fruits. The affected flowers and fruits drop pre-maturely reducing the crop load considerably or might even prevent the fruit set Pest and Disease Management: Common pests infesting vegetative propagules are mealybugs, scale and pineapple red mites. In addition to these pests, the diseases termed heart rot, root rot, fruit rot and butt rot may be major problems when handling, storing or planting fresh materials Symptoms PRSV-P Symptoms are typical of viral diseases. Papaya exhibits yellowing, leaf distortion, and severe mosaic. Oily or water-soaked spots and streaks appear on the trunk and petioles. The fruit will exhibit bumps and the classic ringspot. 16. A severe isolate of PRSV has also been shown to cause tissue necrosis
Diseases of litchi. 1. Leaf Blight. 2. Twig Blight. Leaf Blight: In nursery plants (Left) and In orchard on bearing tree (Right) Symptoms: A prominent disease in litchi nursery, also cause blight of panicles and developing fruits. The symptoms starts from tip of the leaf as light brown to dark brown necrosis that advances towards both the. The larval stage lasts for eight to ten weeks. The larvae are white except its head which is brown coloured. It grows to a size of 2.5 cm. The larvae of the pest are infective. It is motile and move up and down destructing the inner tissue of the flower stalk. This affects the normal growth of the fruit causing lack of crown Papaya mealybug. Biology. Egg: Females usually lay 100 to 600 eggs. Eggs are greenish yellow and are laid in an ovisac sac that is three to four times the body length and entirely covered with white wax. Egg-laying usually continuous over a period of one to two weeks. Nymph: Eggs hatch in about 10 days, and nymphs or crawlers begin to actively. Major Pests And Diseases Mango mango production Integrated Pest Management April 16th, 2019 - The current control measures for and diseases fao org, major insects pests that attack guava trees in india and, african organic agriculture agri farming, crop protection pests of mango tnau Experiments were started on the control of Guava wilt like use of Hybrid/root stock resistant to disease and use of Asperigillium niger strain 17 against the root wilt. CHILLIES 1. Dieback or Fruit rot Seed treatment with Captan @ 2.5g/kg seed Spray Captan 1.5g/l or Mancozeb 2.5g/l or copper oxychloride 3.0g/l or Propiconzole 1 ml/l.
A new study has shown that eating millets reduces the risk of developing type-2 diabetes and helps manage blood glucose levels in people with diabetes, indicating the potential to design appropriate meals with millets for diabetic and pre-diabetic people as well as for non-diabetic people as a preventive approach The genus Psidium is composed of approximately 150 species of evergreen trees and shrubs in the American tropics.A good taxonomic classification of this genus is lacking. Psidium guajava is by far the most widely known and distributed (Paull and Duarte, 2012).. Psidium, except for P. guajava, is represented by di-, tetra-, hexa- and octoploid species (2n = 22) (Hirano and Nakasone, 1969) reinforces the responsibility of the public to prevent the spread of plant pests and diseases. For further information on this leaflet contact Entomology at firstname.lastname@example.org. Agnotes or factsheets on other pests are available from www.dpir.nt.gov.au. REFERENCES Botha, J., Hardie, D. and Power, G. (2000)
The species composition and biology of fruit piercing moths on guava were studied in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India. Only 3 species of fruit piercing moths were observed feeding on ripened guava fruits, i.e. Othreis materna [Eudocima materna], O. fullonia [Eudocima fullonia] and O. homaena [Eudocima homaena], with O. materna being the most dominant species of Insect Pests of Citrus and Sapota 19-21 6.1 Marks of identification, nature and symptoms of damage of Insect Pests of Grapevine, Pomegranate And Guava 22-23 7.1 Marks of identification, nature and symptoms of damage of Insect Pests of Flowers and Ornamental Plants 25-27 8.1 Important Honey Bees species 29-3
the six TNAU mobile apps (5 crop oriented and 1 Animal husbandry oriented) the paddy expert system is popularized among the farmers of Tiruvallur district. TNAU Paddy expert system is a mobile app for paddy that covers cultivation practices, nursery management, irrigation, crop nutrition, pest and disease management, harvest an To visit the place, interested readers can contact Dr.T.N. Balamohan, Special Officer & Co-PI NAIP (Mango and Guava) & e-course, Horticultural College &Research Institute for Women, Navalur Kuttapattu, email:email@example.com, Tiruchi: 620 009, mobile: 9442076437
Insect-pest and disease: In mango, due to bacterial canker, there is the appearance of small dark green water-shaped spots, which is finally assuming the shape of raised black spots. These areas on the fruit develop longitudinal cracks and gum starts oozing out from the split Feijoa sellowiana Berg. Few fruit bearers have received as much initial high-level attention and yet have amounted to so little as this member of the Myrtaceae, Feijoa sellowiana Berg. It is the best known of only 3 species in the genus which the German botanist, Ernst Berger, named after Don da Silva Feijoa, a botanist of San Sebastian, Spain To visit the place, interested readers can contact Dr.T.N. Balamohan, Special Officer & Co-PI NAIP (Mango and Guava) & e-course, Horticultural College &Research Institute for Women, Navalur.
Horticulture MCQ's- Horticulture is a Major branch of Agriculture.Further, Horticulture is divided into three branches. Horticulture Multiple Choice Objective Questions are asked from its three major branches viz Guava is cultivated on a large scale in many districts of the state, but the severity of the problem in Ayyakudi area attracted the attention of scientists of TNAU. Young guava trees witnessed heavy mortality (30-50%) within three months of first appearance of the symptoms6,7. Pri-vate nurseries usually outsource planting materials fro Mango malformation disease. Anthracnose. Bacterial flower disease. Bacterial black spot. Apical bud necrosis. Powdery mildew. Stem end rot. Phytophthora fruit rot. Last updated: 17 Oct 2013 Persistent pests: Occurs on the crop throughout the year and is difficult to control e.g. Chilli thrips, mealy bug on guava Sporadic pests: Pest occurs in isolated localities during some period. e.g. Coconut slug caterpillar Based on level of infestation Pest epidemic: Sudden outbreak of a pest in a severe form in a region at a particula Price. Free. Production Technology Of Fruit Crops Book. 1. SCOPE AND IMPORTANCE OF FRUIT CULTIVATION, NUTRITIONAL, COMMERCIAL, INDUSTRIAL AND MEDICINAL IMPORTANCE OF FRUIT CROPS. 2. FRUIT PRODUCTION SCENARIO, STATE AND NATIONAL LEVEL, IMPACT AND ECONOMIC TREND WITH EMPHASIS TO EXPORT. 3. CLASSIFICATION OF FRUITS BASED ON CLIMATIC REQUIREMENTS.
PKM-3 sapota variety developed by Periyakulam centre (TNAU) has been recommended in Andhra Pradesh, while grapes hybrid ARI-516 developed by ARI, Pune, has been recommended for cultivation in Punjab. Recommended pest management schedules for controlling major insect pests and diseases that causes economic losses All the TNAU KVKs involved in Drought Report preparation Weather based Pest and Disease warning With help of TAWN and IMD data weather based cropping pattern Weather based Marketing Advisory Blockwise weather based advisory to Guava Orchard Sapota Orchard Tamarind Orchard The tomato pinworm, Tuta absoluta (Meyrick), an invasive pest has become a serious threat to world wide tomato production. Depending on the infestation level and cropping system control relies on. Insect pests like leaf folder, fruit fly, and yellow beetle, Diseases. foliar disease like downy mildew, powdery mildew, anthracnose and Cercospora leaf spot attack bottle gourd. Harvesting. Fruits develop fast & require much attention at harvest time. It usually takes 15 days for fruits to reach marketable stage from the day of fruit set
Pests and Diseases of Ashwagandha Crop: The common pests and diseases found in Ashwagandha cultivation are aphids, mites and insect attack, seedling rot, and blight. However, there are no serious pests found in this crop. Selecting disease-free seeds and treating seeds before sown is essential to reduce these incidents Control pest, weed and diseases by stable management. Reducing the use of chemicals and other harmful agro chemicals Advantages Productivity Profitability Potentiality and sustainability Balanced food Pollution free environment Recycling Adoption of new technology Solve energy crisis Employment generatio Productive agriculture systems are always vulnerable to hazards of climate and pests and diseases causing threat to food security of any nation. Healthy and productive plants not only are essential but are the very essence of humankind, environment, for food, fiber, energy, and general well-being
Demonstration and management of Erwinia rot or Tip over disease in tissue cultured Banana for higher productivity: 10 : 8: Guava: Crop Improvement: Demonstration of red flesh guava Arka Rashmi: 10 : 9: Tomato: Crop Protection: Demonstration of IDM practices for Bacterial wilt disease in tomato for higher productivity: 10 : 10: Tomato: Crop. Important Rootstocks in Different Fruit Crops Authors: A.K. Goswami, S.K. Singh, M. Srivastav, A. Nagaraja, Jai Prakash and Chavlesh Kumar A powerful root system, its wide and deep distribution in the soil and a persistent and adequate annual growth of absorbing roots are the principal pre-requisites of abundant fruit bearing Grow downy mildew resistant varieties CO7, WCC 75, CO(Cu)9, TNAU-Cumbu Hybrid-CO9; Transplanting reduces disease incidence. At the time of planting infected seedlings should be removed. In the direct sown crop, infested plants should be removed up to 45 days of sowing as and when the symptoms are noticed Author:- TNAU(ICAR) Book Size:- 3,610 kb; Important pests of fruits and plantation crops. 1. 6. Important diseases of fruits and plantation crops. 1. 7. Important physiological disorders of fruits and plantation crops. 2. 8. Fertilizer application in fruits and plantation crops. 1. 9 leaves and 2 kg guava leaves in water. Mix the two and boil 5 times at same interval till it becomes half. Keep for 24 hours, then filter squeeze the extract. This can be stored in bottles for 6 months. Dilute 2-2.5 litre of this extract to litre to 100 litre for acre. Benefits: Useful against sucking pests, pod/fruit borers Introduction to Potato Diseases and Pests. Are you growing potatoes on large scale? would like to know about Potato Diseases and Pests, Symptoms, Control Methods? the read the following. The potato is the most popular common crop in India. Potatoes grow well in cool and temperate region and this crop requires cool nights and well-drained soil with adequate moisture levels