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MANAGEMENT OF BORBOTI BEAN FLY (OPHIOMYIA SP) USING DIFFERENT SYNTHETIC PESTICIDES (Pages : 5 - 8)

M. A. RAHAMAN AND M. D. H. PRODHAN

A field experiment was conducted during the kharif season of the year 2005-2006 and was located at chandaicona, Sherpur, Bogra to observe the effect of different synthetic pesticides on the control of borboti (yard long bean) fly and on the yield of borboti. There were five treatments: control, cruiser (thiamethoxam 70% seed treatment), Aktara (foliar spraying), Aktara (soil mixing) and Diazinon 60-EC. Borboti bean fly was significantly controlled by these sorts of synthetic pesticides, where the control showed the highest infestation at the early stage of plants and gave a lower yield. The Aktara (soil mixing) showed lower plant infestation and gave the highest yield. According to the producer company the synthetic pesticide Aktara has a minimal affect on human body and its using system is less hazardous to the environment and to the beneficial insects. Download


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