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Article formatting example:
Tashkent State Agrarian University
Tashkent State Agrarian University
APPLICATIONS OF OVIPHAGES TRICHOGRAMMA CHILONIS ON DIFFERENT GENERATION HELIOTHIS ARMIGERA HUBN
The article shows the effectiveness of the biological method in pest control of new and promising varieties of cotton. Data on the high biological effectiveness of the use of the egg-eater Trichogramma chilonis on various generations of the pest Heliothis armigera are given.
The article shows the efficiency of biological methods to combat pests and promising new varieties of cotton. The data on the high biological effectiveness of the use of Trichogramma chilonis oviphages on different generations of the pest Heliothis armigera.
Key words: Trichogramma, cotton bollworm, biological effectiveness, eggs, generation, parasite, pest density.
Key words: trichogramma, cotton bollworm, biological effectiveness, eggs, generation, parasite, density of the pest.
Cotton is one of the main agricultural crops sown in Uzbekistan. As is known, over 1.3 mil. hectare of arable land in the Republic. In this regard, the integrated protection of crop plants is becoming increasingly relevant. In solving the problems of increasing the yield and productivity of cotton, plant protection plays a special role. As elsewhere in the world, in Uzbekistan, agricultural plants are damaged by many pests, which cause great economic damage.
Biological efficacy of Trichogramma chilonis against cotton bollworm on cotton (Education of farming at the Tashkent State Agrarian University Srednechirchik district, Tashkent region., 2013)
|Date Posting Issue Parasites||Experience Options||Average Eggs/100 Plants||Biological efficiency, %||Before release||After release of infected eggs||First generation pest||25.05 -05.06.||1||34.0||24.0||70.0||2||31.0||23.0||74.1||control||38.0||5.0||13.0|
- Kimsanboev H.Kh., Sulaimonov B.A., Rashidov M.I., Boltaev B.S. -Toshkent. 2007. -p.4-5.
- Larchenko K.I., Zapevalova S.B. Methodology for predicting the number of pests of cotton and other agricultural crops. – Tashkent. 1973. –Since 79.
- Pospelov S.M. Scoops pests of agricultural crops. — M.: Kolos, 1969. —С 126.
- Pospelov S.M., Arsenyeva M.V., G.S. Gruzdev, Great Soviet Encyclopedia. Plant protection section. -Moscow 1973. -P.
- Somov I.A. Cotton bollworm in Central Asia and measures to combat it. – Tashkent 1964. -P.
- Tansky V.I., Chizhova L.I. – The ability of cotton to compensate for the loss of generative organs and the harmfulness of the cotton bollworm. Tr.VIZR, vol. 32.T2.1972. –P.
- Tansky V.I. et al., Biological indication (appointments, approaches and research methods). Krasnodar 2000. –C 84-86.