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PESTS OF CRUCIFERS

Cruciferous vegetables belong to the family Brassicaceae/Cruciferae. This family includes vegetables like Cabbage, cauliflower, Radish, Broccoli, Mustard, Turnip, Land cress, Water cress and similar green leafy vegetables. We can observe different kind of pests in these crops DIAMOND BACK MOTH Causal organism : Plutella xylostella Symptoms Small yellow mines are caused by young caterpillars on

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Pests of Bhendi

OKRA SHOOT AND FRUIT BORER Causal organism : Earias vitella and Earias insulana Symptoms of damageUpper part of the plant wither and droop We can observe shedding of buds and flowers Bores holes in fruits Deformed fruits can be seen. IdentificationEarias VitellaEgg Egg are sky blue in colour and are small.Larva Are brownish with white streaks

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Tinda cultivation and its management

Best Sowing Time:Monsoon & best grown in summer. Soil & Temprature: Sandy loam soils rich in organic matter with good drainage and pH ranging from 6.5-7.5 is best suited for Tinda cultivation. This crop requires a moderate warm temperature. Optimal soil temperature: 10-40°C (40-85°F). Seeds should germinate in 7-15 days. Steps for Seed Sowing Method:Take

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Brinjal fertigation and spray

Brinjal , pest management and plant development chart by day’s.          Brinjal sapling plantaion 2.FERTIGATION & SPRAYS :- days fertiliser Remarks 5-10 Of saplings planting 19-19-19 5kgs/acre practice for 25kgs /acr giving gap of 4days 5-10 Of saplings planting Humic acid 500ml/acr Practice 2lts In the gap of 19-19-19   At the stage of leafe

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