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Vol. 8, Special Issue 3, Part H (2024)

Screening of field pea Germplasms against their major insect pests of field pea

Author(s): Vishnoo Omar, Pankaj Kumar, Pradip Kumar Patel, Arvind Kumar, Aditya Kumar, Amit Bagri and Vipin Kumar
Abstract: The current study was conducted during the Rabi season of 2021–22 at the G.P.B. Farm, Acharya Narendra Deva University of Agriculture and Technology, Kumarganj, Ayodhya, with the goal of "screening of field pea germplasms against their major insect pests of Field Pea." The main insect pests that cause harm to crops at different stages of growth include the pod borer, leaf miner aphid, and stem fly. The population of stem fly was observed from the crop's two leaf stages. Aphids, leaf miner, at 20 DAS and pod borer were observed 50% flowering, and crop harvesting. The ranges for stem fly, aphid, and pod borer were 0.00-6.30, 14.34 to 22.20, 0.00 to 20.80, and 0.00 to 4.26 respectively. Thirteen of the fifty germplasm samples were found to be resistant to aphids, while the remaining thirty-seven showed moderate resistance. Germplasm VL 58, show the maximum pod borer population of 4.26/5 plants was discovered. The germplasm UDP 1302, HFP 8909, HFP 12, HFP 9907, KPMR 400, Pant 243, IPF 13–13, NDP 12-102, RAU 37, KPMR 853, KPF 1036, IPF 11–15, RFG 79, KPMR 928, and Prakash Show the lowest pod borer population, with 0.00 pod borer/5 plants.
Pages: 634-637  |  79 Views  36 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Vishnoo Omar, Pankaj Kumar, Pradip Kumar Patel, Arvind Kumar, Aditya Kumar, Amit Bagri, Vipin Kumar. Screening of field pea Germplasms against their major insect pests of field pea. Int J Adv Biochem Res 2024;8(3S):634-637. DOI: 10.33545/26174693.2024.v8.i3Sh.850
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