EARIAS VITTELLA PDF
Earias vittella female (Photo: courtesy of Buck Richardson, Kuranda, Queensland ). The adult moths are off-white with a green or brown stripe along the middle of. Overview. Last modification: Basic information. EPPO code: EARIVI; Preferred name: Earias vittella; Authority: Fabricius. Other scientific names. An artificial diet was developed for mass rearing of the spotted bollworm Earias vittella (Fabricius) in environmentally controlled conditions (27±1°C, 65±5%.
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Indian Journal of Entomology, 1: Bioefficacy of botanicals on okra shoot and fruit borer, Earias vittella Fabricius in Karaikal region, U. The larvae usually bore deeply, filling the tunnel opening with excrement. Insects and Mites Pests: Transmission of Xanthomonas malvacearum Smith Dowson, the incitant of bacterial blight of cotton through spotted bollworms.
Mudathir M; Basedow T, Studies on different types of threshold levels for controlling Earias vittella Fb. Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 47 1: Gelechiidae and Noctuidae in Pakistan.
Far fewer predators have been recorded, probably due to the inherent difficulties in observation.
Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 58 9: Integrated pest management in ambrette Abelmoschus moschatus Medik. Indian Journal of Entomology, 42 1: There is usually a conspicuous hole. Pheromone trap to monitor adult spotted bollworm, Earias vittella F. Comparative mating and reproductive performance of radiation sterilized eariss radiation induced F sterile males of Earias vittella Fabricius.
Eatias of Agricultural Research Lahore24 4: Indian Journal of Plant Protection, 13 1: Differentiation of sex in pupae of spotted bollworm, Earias fabia Stoll Lepidoptera: Components of female sex pheromone of spotted bollworm, Earias vittella F. Bulletin of Entomological Research, 83 3: Plant Protection Bulletin, 30 1: Association of some morphological characters to confer resistance to bollworm in Gossypium hirsutum Cotton.
Experimentation with cotton in Cambodia. Andhra Agriculture Journal, Annual Review of Entomology, 7: Investigations on the biology, ecology and control of Earias insulana Boisd. Entomologia Viftella et Applicata, 16 1: Potassium uptake was negatively correlated with infestation. A review of biological control of insect pests and noxious weeds in Fiji Singh Y; Bichoo SL, Effect of row skipping in tree cotton Gossypium arboreum on efficacy of chemical control of spotted bollworms Earias vittella and E.
The larvae tend to move from boll to boll and damage may be eariws to their numbers.
Earias vittella (EARIVI)[Overview]| EPPO Global Database
Coton et Fibres Tropicales, When fruiting vittellx, larvae move to flower buds, tiny fruits, and eventually the mature pods. Pakistan Journal of Zoology, 16 2: Kadam and Khaire observed that sticky secretions released by okra when bitten by larvae could act as traps, killing E.
Madras Agricultural Journal, 76 This is to ensure that we give you the best experience possible.
Terminal shoots are bored initially, with vitteella moving to flower buds and fruit as they appear. Some biological and bionomical observations on Earias fabia Stoll.
For further information, we recommend you visit the following resources: Earias vitellaE. Subsequent synthetic formulations have shown promise in Pakistan, disrupting mating and eraias season-long control Critchley et al. Journal of Research, Punjab Agricultural University, 14 2: Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 67 5: EU pesticides database www.
Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society, 92 1: Host-Plant Resistance Considerable resistance to Earias has been recorded in several wild species of Gossypium Anson et al.
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Attack moves to buds and flowers as they appear, which wither and are shed. Generate a print friendly version containing only the sections you need.
Mysore Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 21 3: Bulletin of Entomological Research, 82 4: Proceedings of a national symposium on pesticide residues and environmental pollution, Muzaffarnagar, India, October, Muzaffarnagar, Vittwlla Sanatan Dharm College, Severe attack causes the shedding of flower buds and reduced yield.