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06
Aug

Rice root weevil

This weevil is a localized pest in the rice area around Rajpura. However this pest has also been observed in some other areas in the state.Its white ,legless grubsfeed on roots in the soil from July to September.The attacked plants turn yellow , stunted and produce only a few tillers .

Control : Apply any of the following granular pesticides in standing water: 3kg of Thimet/Foratox 10G(phorate) per acre
 வேளாண்மை உதவி இயக்குநர் ராஜசேகர் விவசாயிகளுக்கு வெளியிட்டுள்ள அறிக்கையில் கூறி இருப்பதாவது நெல்லை மாவட்டம் கடையம் வட்டாரத்தில் பரவலாக நடவு செய்
01
Nov

Rice Hispa

Rice Hispa

Symptoms of damage:

1. The adult beetles feed on the epidermal tissue of the leaves and the grubs mine the leaf tissue and pupate there.

2. The beetles scrape the chlorophyll between the veins of the lamina resulting in whitish parallel streaks. Later, owing to indiscriminate feeding even on leaf veins, white blotches appear on leaves.

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01
Nov

Brown & Green Hopper

Brown & Green Hopper

Symptoms of damage:

1. The leafhoppers attack all the stages of the plant. Both adults and nymphs cause direct damage by sucking plant sap leading to stunted growth and reduced tillering.

2. At high population levels their feeding results in the drying of the plants and the infested paddy fields appear blighted. Infestation at

01
Nov

Gallmidge Fly (Sarha insects)

Gallmidge Fly (Sarha insects)

Symptoms of Damage:

1. The chief stage of Gall midge which causes damage is the maggot. The maggot feeds on the growing tip and suppresses the leaf primordial differentiation.

2. This in turn induces the development of radial ridges from the innermost leaf primordium followed by an elongation of the leaf sheath.

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