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Articles by D. Rajabaskar
Total Records ( 2 ) for D. Rajabaskar
  D. Rajabaskar and A. Regupathy
  The bioefficacy of neem formulations, diafenthiuron and profenofos was tested individually and found effective against thrips Sciothrips cardamomi Ramk and shoot and capsule borer Conogethes punctiferalis Gunee in small cardamom. Based on the cost effectiveness, TNAU Neem oil 0.03 EC (1000 mL ha-1), diafenthiuron 50 WP (600 g ai ha-1) and profenofos 50 EC (500 mL ha-1) were used to develop different IPM modules. Eleven IPM modules were evaluated and found to the sequential application of Neem, Diafenthiuron, Diafenthiuron, Profenofos and Profenofos (NDDPP) at 21 days interval was the most effective against S. cardamomi and the sequential application of Neem, Profenofos, Diafenthiuron, Neem and Profenofos (NPDNP) was the most effective against shoot and capsule borer C. punctiferalis. These IPM modules were more cost effective compared to other modules.
  D. Rajabaskar and A. Regupathy
  The calling behavior and attractiveness of Conogethes punctiferalis to female crude extract and synthetic blend were investigated. The dose, age, sex of the C. punctiferalis, ratio of the compounds and airflow had significant influence over attraction of male shoot and capsule borer in cardamom. The calling of females started 03.45 h after start of scotophase and peak calling was observed 3 h prior to end of scotophase and attraction of male moths to synthetic blend (E-10-hexadecenal and Z-10-hexadecenal) was maximum at 90:10 and followed by 80:20 ratio.
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