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Aug

Strategies of IPM

• Do nothing when pest densities are below ETL. • Reduce pest population numbers- usually when pest densities reach ETL • Reduce crop susceptibility to pest injury -most effective and environmentally desirable strategy HPR and environmental manipulation. • Reduce both population numbers and crop susceptibility.
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Aug

Objectives of IPM

• To keep the pest numbers below ETL instead of their eradication. • To protect and conserve the environment including bio-diversity. • To make plant protection feasible, safe and economical even for the small farmers.
29
Jul

Pant Dhan 4

1. Parentage : IR 262/Remadja 2. Year of release : 1983 3. Duration (days) : 128-130 4. Yield (q/ha) : 55-60 5. Grain type : LS 6. Area of adaptation : Plains of U.P. and Uttarakhand 7. Reaction to major diseases and pests : Mod. Resistant to BLB
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Jul

Pant Sankar Dhan 1

1. Parentage : UPRI 95-17A/UPRI 92 2. Year of release : 1997 3. Duration (days) : 115-120 4. Yield (q/ha) : 65-70 5. Grain type : LS 6. Area of adaptation : Transplanted conditions of U.P.& Uttarakhand Plains 7. Reaction to major diseases and pests : MR to BLB, Brown spot & Blast and free to false smut & kernel bunt under field conditions.
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Jul

Pant Dhan 12

1. Parentage : Govind/UPRM 201-1-1 2. Year of release : 1994 3. Duration (days) : 115-122 4. Yield (q/ha) : 50-55 5. Grain type : LS 6. Area of adaptation : Transplanted conditions of U.P 7. Reaction to major diseases and pests : MR to BLB and BPH
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