Heliothis/Helicoverpa management emerging trends and strategies for future research

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  • Helicoverpa armigera,
  • Heliothis

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Includes bibliographical references and index

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Statementeditor Hari C. Sharma
ContributionsSharma, H. C.
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 469 p. :
Number of Pages469
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Open LibraryOL17186158M
ISBN 101578083818

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IRAC Susceptibility Test Method Helicoverpa zea, Heliothis virescens, Spodoptera eridania, Spodoptera exigua, Spodoptera frugiperda, Spodoptera littoralis, Spodoptera litura Larvae Approved Version May Native budworm Helicoverpa punctigera.

Other common names: Heliothis. Summary: The native budworm, sometimes known as Heliothis, is a common and widespread pest of pulse crops and canola. It occurs in most years and often migrates into agricultural areas from nearby or distant rangelands. Management of native budworm in pulse and canola.

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Pvt. Ltd. New Delhi, Editors: H C Sharma, pp Author: H.C. Sharma. The cotton bollworm/corn earworm/legume pod borer (Heliothis/Helicoverpa) are the most important constraints to increase the production and productivity of crops worldwide (Hardwick ; Fitt ).

These pests damage a wide range of economically important crops including cotton, Heliothis/Helicoverpa management book, pigeonpea, maize, peas, cowpea, sunflower, sorghum, groundnut, field beans, tobacco, a range of. Introduction.

Tomato fruitworm (TFW), Helicoverpa armigera (Hübner) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae), is a highly polyphagous pest that attacks over plant species including such widely grown and economically important crops as cotton, maize, tobacco, pigeonpea and chickpea, besides tomato.

The adult of this insect lays eggs on the tomato foliage and soon after hatching, the first instar larvae Cited by: Insect Pest Management and Ecological Research explores the ecological research required for development of strategies to manage pest insects, with particular emphasis on the scientific principles involved in the design and conduct of pest-related by:   Management of Helicoverpa armigera by Entomopathogenic Nematodes: Biocontrol potential of Entomopathogenic Nematodes against gram pod borer, Helicoverpa armigera [Hussain, M.

Abid, Ahmad, Wasim] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Management of Helicoverpa armigera by Entomopathogenic Nematodes: Biocontrol potential of Entomopathogenic Author: M.

Abid Hussain, Wasim Ahmad. Heliothis/Helicoverpa Management: Emerging Trends and Strategies for Future Research. Oxford and IBH Publishers, New Delhi, India, pp. (Prepared by H. Sharma, T. ll-Smith and S. Clement) Fig. Leaf damage by Helicoverpa armigera in chickpea (Left – Resistant line ICC EB, and Right - Susceptible line ICC Helicoverpa management in chickpea Queensland the Smart State Recent research by the Department of Primary Industries and Fisheries (DPI&F) has resulted in a change in recommendations for making control decisions for Helicoverpa in chickpea.

Biological control of Helicoverpa armigera (Heliothis armigera) (Hübner) in tomato farms of Ahwaz township by braconidae Golnaz Balipoor, Ahmad Reza Ommani* Department of Agricultural Management, Shoushtar Branch, Islamic Azad University, Shoushtar, Iran Key words: Biological Control, Helicoverpa Armigera, Tomato Farms, Size: KB.

Helicoverpa (often called heliothis) is a serious pest of southern Queensland crops, particularly grain legumes, summer grains and cotton. Understanding the lifecycle and behaviour of helicoverpa improves our chances of managing this pest sustainably.

Helicoverpa armigera is a key pest of agriculture and horticulture in Pakistan. Costs of management and damage are gigantic in a wide range of food and fiber crops. It has been recorded on more Author: Shahid Karim. Integrated Management of Helicoverpa armigera in Soybean Cropping Systems. By Yaghoub Fathipour and Amin Sedaratian.

Submitted: February 29th Reviewed: October 19th Published: February 13th DOI: /Cited by: Helicoverpa armigera Hubner is one of the notorious pests of more than host crops including chickpea.

A field loss experiment was carried out in Randomised Complete Block Design (RCBD) replicated thrice during /05 under Chitwan condition to. Download RIS citations. TY - BOOK TI - Heliothis/Helicoverpa: supplement to the five-year National Research Action Plan for Development of Suppression Technologies: first annual review held in Junction, Texas, November NPV based management for Helicoverpa armigera in chickpea.

In: National symposium on management of biotic and abiotic stresses in pulse crops, organised by Indian Institute of Pulses Research (Indian Council of Agricultural Research), held at Kanpur. In: Sharma HC (ed) Heliothis/Helicoverpa management: emerging trends and strategies for future research.

Oxford and IBH Publishers, New Delhi, pp – Google Scholar Sharma HC, Clement SL, Ridsdill-Smith TJ, Ranga Rao GV, El Bouhssini M, Ujagir R, Srivastava CP, Miles M () Insect pest management in food legumes: the future : M.

Abid Hussain, Wasim Ahmad. RESISTANCE MANAGEMENT: References: • Insecticides should be applied when the action threshold is reached. • Insecticides should be timed to control eggs and hatching larvae.

Once larvae enter fruit, they are less accessible to insecticides and are more difficult to control. Tomato Fruitworm (Corn Earworm): Helicoverpa (Heliothis zea). Integrated pest management is a central feature of resistance management The use of integrated pest management (IPM) tactics for H.

armigera management is integral to achieving a reduction in insecticide use and helping to minimise resistance selection pressures. Examples of IPM tactics for Helicoverpa include.

Key Laboratory of Integrated Pest Management on the Loess Plateau of Ministry of Agriculture, College of Plant Protection, Northwest A&F University, Yangling, Shaanxi, China.

In this study, we characterized the function of NPC1b in Helicoverpa armigera, a global pest that causes severe yield losses to many important crops. Limiting dietary Author: Jin‐Cheng Zheng, Jin‐Cheng Zheng, Xiao‐Rong Yue, Wen‐Qing Kuang, Sa‐Li Li, Rui Tang, Zhan‐Feng Zhang.

Learning in Helicoverpa armigera (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae): a new look at the behaviour and control of a polyphagous pest - Volume 89 Issue 3 - J.P. Cunningham, M.P. Zalucki, S.A. West. Efficacy of nuclear polyhedrosis virus with adjuvants as high volume and ultra low volume applications against Heliothis armigera (Hbn.) on chickpea.

Tropical Pest Management, Rabindra, R. and Jayaraj, S. Management of Helicoverpa armigera with nuclear polyhedrosis virus on cotton using different spray equipment and by: 1. Eggs. mm in diameter; change from white to brown to a black head stage before hatching; parasitised eggs are mostly black.

Larvae. newly hatched larvae are pale with tiny dark spots and dark heads; medium larvae develop lines and bands running the length of the body and vary in colour. armigera have a saddle of darker pigment on the fourth segment and at the back of the head and dark.

The cotton bollworm, corn earworm, or Old World (African) bollworm (Helicoverpa armigera) (also known as the scarce bordered straw in the UK, where it is a migrant) is a moth, the larvae of which feed on a wide range of plants, including many important cultivated is a major pest in cotton and one of the most polyphagous and cosmopolitan pest : Noctuidae.

Multiple Factors in Cotton Contributing to Resistance to the Tobacco Budworm, Heliothis virescens F. Chap pp.Vol.DOI: /bkch Hedin PA, Jenkins JN, Collum DH, White WH, Parrott WL. Corn earworm Helicoverpa armigera.

Other common names: Heliothis, Tomato grub. Summary: Caterpillars of the corn earworm (or cotton bollworm) are the major pest of cotton, but can also be problematic in pulses, canola and occasionally cereals.

They are more common in the northern or coastal regions of eastern Australia, particularly in warmer. armigera is a major pest of grain crops and represents a significant challenge for the grains industry given the ongoing reliance on chemical control methods.H.

armigera reduces yield of pulses, oilseeds, coarse grains and occasionally winter cereals. Key Points. Helicoverpa armigera is a pest of many commodity crops, including pulses, oilseeds, coarse grains and winter cereals, as well as.

Heliothis is a genus of moths in the family was first described by Ferdinand Ochsenheimer in Some of the species have larvae which are agricultural pests on crop species such as tobacco, cotton, soybean and pigeon species originally in this genus have been moved to other genera, see Chloridea and Helicoverpa.

Heliothis/Helicoverpa management: emerging trends and strategies for future research. New Delhi, Oxford and IBH Publishing. Fitt, G.P. & Daly, J.C. () The overwintering foe: winter populations of Heliothis in cotton growing areas and the importance of stubble cultivation.

13 – 23 in Proceedings of the Fourth Australian Cotton Cited by: Helicoverpa zea was also previously listed in the genus Heliothis under the name Heliothis obsoleta (e.g., Forbes ).

Following Hardwick (), H. zea is restricted to the New World and H. armigera is separated as a second Old World species. Heliothis obsoleta is now a synonym of the corn earworm, H.

zea. Corn earworm, bollworm (of. Fitt, G. P., Cotter, S. C., UNSPECIFIED and UNSPECIFIED () The Helicoverpa problem in Australia: biology and management.

In: Heliothis/Helicoverpa management: emerging trends and strategies for future research. Oxford & IBH Publishing Co. ISBN. Book Title Heliothis/Helicoverpa: supplement to the five-year National Research Action Plan for Development of Suppression Technologies: first annual review.

Sharma, K. K., Ananda Kumar, P. and Sharma, H. C. Insecticidal genes and their potential in developing transgenic crops for resistance to Heliothis/Helicoverpa.

Pages – in H. C. Sharma, ed. Heliothis/Helicoverpa management: Emerging trends and strategies for future researches. Oxford and IBH publishers, India.African bollworm, Helicoverpa armigera (Hübner), is a serious pest of cereals, sorghum, cotton, pepper, maize, sunflower, flax and niger.

To control this insect pest, doses of insecticides have been used. The use of indiscriminate synthetic insecticides causes adverse effect like environmental pollution, human and animal health hazards, and development of pesticide : Tariku Tesfaye Edosa.

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