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Legume Research, volume 33 issue 3 (september 2010) : 231 - 232

EFFICACY OF ECO-FRIENDLY INSECTICIDES AGAINST JASSID, EMPOASCA KERRI (PRUTHI) ON SOYBEAN

M.D. Joshi, V.N. Patel
1Department of Entomology, College of Agriculture, Junagadh Agricultural University, Junagadh - 362 001, India
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Cite article:- Joshi M.D., Patel V.N. (2024). EFFICACY OF ECO-FRIENDLY INSECTICIDES AGAINST JASSID, EMPOASCA KERRI (PRUTHI) ON SOYBEAN. Legume Research. 33(3): 231 - 232. doi: .
The results of two applications of nine different insecticidal treatments against jassid, Empoasca
kerri Pruthi infesting soybean revealed that the treatments with endosulfan 0.07 per cent and
triazophos 0.06 per cent and quinalphos 0.05 per cent were most effective for the control of
jassid. Among the eco-friendly pesticides used against jassid, NSKE 5 per cent proved to be
most effective followed by neemazol @ 2 ml/litre and emamectin benzoate @ 5 gm/10 litre
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