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Amla insects A Lecture To ToT trainees ( FFS) By Mr. Allah Dad Khan Provincial Coordinator IPM KPK MINFAL Pakistan
Amla Injurious Insects
Lecture To ToT trainees (
Mr. Allah Dad Khan
Provincial Coordinator IPM
It damages stem and branches of grown up trees by eating bark and
making tunnel into them. This insect is the problem of neglected
orchards.Pest can be controlled by spraying 0.03 % Endrin or injecting
kerosene oil or petrol in the holes and plugging them with cotton or
wet soil during September-October and February-March.
The young caterpillars bore into the apical portion of the shoot during rainy season and
make tunnel. Due to this, damaged region bulges out abruptly into a gall which provides
space for movement of the caterpillar. Due to this, apical growth is checked, side shoots
develop below the gall and subsequent growth in following season is badly hampered.
This can be controlled by pruning the affected parts and spraying with 2 % Parathion.
Prophylactic spray of systemic insecticide like Roger 0.03 % is also suggested.
Gall formed by the pest on
amla twig Caterpillar excreta on gall
Most adult female
mealybugs are wingless,
insects about 0.05 to 0.2
inch long. They are
usually elongate and
segmented, and may
have wax filaments
radiating from the body,
especially at the tail
Whiteflies are tiny, sap-sucking insects that are frequently abundant
in vegetable and ornamental plantings. They excrete sticky honeydew
and cause yellowing or death of leaves. Outbreaks often occur when the
natural biological control is disrupted. Management is difficult.
This caterpillar roll& the leaf and feeds inside it resulting
in reduced photosynthetic capacity of leaves and
subsequent leaf shedding. It can be controlled by spraying
0.08 % Malathion
Aphids are small, soft-bodied insects with long slender mouthparts
that they use to pierce stems, leaves, and other tender plant parts and
suck out fluids. Almost every plant has one or more aphid species that
occasionally feed on it. Many aphid species are difficult to distinguish
from one another; however, management of most aphid species is