38. Populace tendency of Dubas bug-ommatissus lybicus (hemiptera: tripiduchidae), on different date palm varieties and it’s managment, in Panjgur-Balochistan

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Sagheer Ahmad Tariq Ali Mastoie Abdul Sattar Khetran Zulfiqar Ali Mastoie Bilal Hussain Mastoie Najeebullah Jogezai, Abdul Rauf Binish Baig Muhammad Arif Kakar


The analysis/ trial was conducted to check the populace pattern of Dubas bug-ommatissus lybicus (hemiptera: tripiduchidae) related characteristic adversaries and substance control on date palm in the year of 2018 at Agriculture Research Station, Panjgur Balochistan. Five assortments Haleni, Kahraba, Muzati, Rabai and Sabzo were chosen to watch their reaction to Dubas bug and further to check the impact of synthetic against the Dubas bug. In this study, the treatments were Acetamiprid (30g/30 liter water) Neem +Detergent (3% + 1%), Detergent (5%) and water (control). As indicated by our perceptions the Muzati and Rabai assortments with populace (8.51 bugs handout 1 and 9.23 bugs pamphlet 1) were to some degree safe than different assortments while the Kahraba and Sabzo were vulnerable with most noteworthy populace 14.96 bugs flyer 1 and 12.28 bugs pamphlet 1, separately. Among the compound control the number of inhabitants in Dubas bug in Acetamiprid was 17.13 bugs flyer 1, Neem +Detergent (19.86 bugs pamphlet 1), Detergent (21.95 bugs handout s1) and in charge (24.47 bugs flyer 1). It was presumed that Acetamiprid was giving acceptable outcome contrasted and other. In our analysis with respect to regular foe Jumping Spider (Sitticus species) was noted benefiting from the Dubas bug.

Keywords: Dubas bug; Date palm varieties; Dubas bug’s management; Dubas bug’s populace tendency



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