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Efficacy of different levels and concentrations of Tinospora crispa leachates on controlling Fall Army Worm(Spodoptera frugiperda: Noctuidae) in Zea mays L. (On-going study)

Corn production depends heavily on inputs such as fertilizers and pesticides which does not only degrade the agro-ecosystem but also economically inefficient .This study will be conducted to look for a new alternative means of controlling fall armyworm which are the candidate for sudden loss of yield by our corn farmers.This study could be beneficial for farmers as well as businessmen who are concerned of the environmental deterioration. The study should be divided into two phase. Same with the study in Derris(Rotenone), Makabuhay leachates will be also included in the experiment in the DOSCST-SAN Isidro Campus,Davao Oriental, Philippines. As based on study of Norain Isa and Syazwani Aziz Satar et.al on Spodoptera exigua on Spinacia oleraceae(2013) . One for the laboratory and field experiment. To do screening in proper levels or concentrations for effective killing formulations against the insect pest

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Manju Thakur
Manju Thakur (@manju_ento)
2 years ago

Hi @Cyril : This is very interesting. Have you added link to the data/publication online. It doesn’t seem to be working

Manju Thakur
Manju Thakur (@manju_ento)
Reply to  Cyril Tura
2 years ago

That’s wonderful that you are studying the efficacy of Botanical against FAW.

All the best for the webinar, looking forward for your presentation to be posted here 🙂