Oily commodity insect counter

The nutritional value of oily commodities is very high. In addition to cooking the oils that they contain, many other artificial and domestic uses are being used. To meet the growing needs of the country’s population, edible oil has to be imported from other countries. The main reason for the decline in the production of oily commodities is the pest attack. Many worms cause damage to cedars, sunflower, rye and taria. Among them are Dimk, Toka, Lazy Tila, Goa Butterfly, Molly Big, Lashkar-e-Suni etc. 2. Termite: Identification: It resembles a light yellow insect ant. Its severe attack has been observed on peanuts and soybeans, besides damaging sesame, mustard and arund. The worm lives on in the family, making it home on the ground. Its eggs are white and elliptical.

Lifetime: Maha lays eggs by making a suitable place in the ground. The eggs come out one week after the eggs are hatched in Mo Sumir Ma. These children grow up to become soldiers or activists. The female lays eggs in millions over her six to nine years of life. Disadvantages: This insect attack occurs mostly in the dry season on the plants’ underground stems and roots. Attacked plants can easily be wiped out after drying up. 2. Aphid: This worm attacks many healthy commodities, especially mustard, taria, rye, sesame and soybeans. The worm is the same as the head on the bay and in the height. They are visible in the form of gums on various parts of the plant, namely flowers, leaves and trunks. Its adult vegetable inclines are black.

Lifetime: This worm is abundant from December to March. The cloudy and cold weather is beneficial for its development. At one time it has 3 species. Disadvantages: Both adults and children suck juice from leaves, stems, mushrooms, and flowers. The leaves change. The flowers fail to make beans and the attacked beans do not have a healthy seed, and in addition, the lacerated material removed from their body causes black algae to grow on the leaves. And affects the growth of plants. Tip: (Grasshopper) Identification: This worm attacks all healthy healthy commodities such as mustard, tarragon, sesame, soybean. Her body is strong and tender. Both babies and babies get together but children are small in size. The insect is found year-round, but in winter its climate is relatively low. The female lays eggs in the soil at a depth of 2.5 cm. There are two races this year. Disadvantages: Both children and adults eat and destroy the decaying plants. In case of severe attack the crop has to be re-cultivated. 2. American ballworm: Identity: This worm attacks the crops of sunflower and soybeans and damages its nest egg. The egg color is white in color. The sides are long gray stripes. Long life: Its substance lays eggs on the soft parts of the plant. Leaves are eaten after the eggs are released from the egg and then begin to eat the seeds. The whole cindy comes out of the flower and forms a mist in the ground. It has eight breeds a year. Disadvantages: Although this worm prefers other plants, twigs, tomatoes, calves, etc. But sometimes the attack on the sunflower intensifies. And the sun eats the bee seeds. Due to which the production is reduced. Cabbage Butterfly: Recognize: The worm attacks mustard, tariya and raya. The color of her cindy changes initially to pale yellow and later to green. It has small spots and thin hair on its body. The upper surface has a fine yellow line. The full Cindy ۲۵ Centimeter is long. The adult butterfly is white in color. There are no black spots on the surface of the front of the male butterfly, whereas in the front there are dark spots on the front of the female. Lifetime: This worm is active from early October until late April. The female lays eggs in the form of butterflies at the top or bottom of the leaf. This insect has four breeds from October to April. Disadvantages: This damages Cindy’s position. The first ligamentous cord only scratches the surface of the leaf, but later stages begin to eat the entire leaf and only the veins of the leaves are left. 2. Thief worm: (Cut worm) Identification: The worm attacks all healthy commodities such as sesame, sunflower, soybeans, peanuts and rye. The egg is 4 mm long when it comes out of the egg. Whereby shiny black and black spots on neck. The complete abdominal cavity is dark brown and extends anteriorly. Lifetime: This worm is active from April to April. Its substance lays eggs in leaves, shrubs, stems, or ground in food in the form of piles. Usually it has three breeds a year. Disadvantages: This worm only damages the state of Cindy. These sundies mostly eat the leaves and trunks of the plants at night. Due to which the plants are found in the fall. Sandies are hidden in the cracks of the earth during the day, hence they are also called thieves worms. Army worm: Identify: It attacks maize, rice and healthy commodities. The early stages are white, which later turn to green. The prawns are yellowish-brown with half-sharp stripes on their wings. Lifetime: Their numbers are relatively low from May to February. From March, their numbers start to increase. Temperatures rise in the spring. The female lays eggs on dry leaves or on the ground separately in the form of substances. Sandies eat the crop in the form of a group, and its root is found under dry leaves in the ground. There are many races this year. Disadvantages: This worm’s cord is damaged. Sandies eat soft leaves and shrubs in the early stages. After that, these sundies are also eaten by old leaves. 2. Mustard sawfly: Identify: In addition to the mustard, it also attacks Torya, Raya and cabbage. Cindy is dark green and has wrinkles on her body. It has five black stripes on its back. Peanut orange is yellow. Lifetime: This fly is found from October to March. While summer spends underground in the state of Kia. The substance gives 1.5 separate eggs to the lower surface edges of the leaf. Eggs hatch in 5 days, and in the form of a group of 1.5 sandies eat the leaves in the morning and evening, while in the daytime the sundies hide, this worm completes 1.5 breeds from October to March. ۔ Disadvantages: Its sundials drill into new leaves and occasionally damage diggers. 2. Radish / Painted bug: Identity: This insect is severely attacked by mustard, tariya and raya. Children have brown spots on the black body and yellow spots on the adult black body. The insect is severely attacked by mustard, tariya and raya. Children have brown spots on the black body and yellow spots on the adult black body.

Lifetime: This worm is found in abundance in all cases from March to December. They lay eggs in groups of 1.5 or separately. This worm In 2 days, adopters complete life. It breeds nine breeds a year. Disadvantages: Both children and adults suck the juice from leaves and shrubs, causing the leaves to become yellow and dry. Adults and children excrete glutinous sweet juices that cause a black mold. This insect attack significantly affects production. 2. Hairy Cindy: (Hairy catepillar) Identity: It attacks the sunflower, peanuts, sesame, linseed and arund. Its length is about 2.5mm and its entire body is covered with long gray hair. The mare’s head, neck and lower body are dark yellow, while the eyes are dark.

Lifetime: Her attack is visible throughout the year, but from February to April, and sometimes July to November, her attacks are high. The lightweight green round egg lays at the bottom of the leaf in the form of a pod, from which the sundials emerge in seven days. In the first two cases, the sundies gather together in one place to eat the leaves and later disperse throughout the field. During this period life is completed in 5 days. There are several breeds in it. Disadvantages: Sundies eat soft parts of leaves, stems and branches. Attack on these videos is occasionally seen but can cause considerable damage if attacked. 2. Leaf miner: Identify: This worm harms soybean. Its cindy is small green and has a deep dark complexion. The adult mammals are like bronze metal, and when spread on, they have a size of 2.5 cm. Lifetime: The female splits several hundred eggs into her life, on eggshells. Three eggs emerge from these eggs in three days. Disadvantages: This worm’s nests cause damage. Sandy eat the leafy green material inside the leaf by forming a tunnel inside the leaf and subsequently forming a net inside the leaves and collecting them, causing severe damage to the crop. The field where the attack is severe appears to be fiery from afar. Counter: Agricultural Method: 1. Dispose of herbs from the field, remove the residue of the previous crop and girdle the fields. Mechanical method: Apply light sprouts to disperse the plants. Chemical method: 2. In the event of a termite attack, use chlorpyre-Fc ۴۰ ec resection with 2.5 ml irrigation. 2: To counter the dough, add 2% methane waste at 5 kg per acre to 1 kg of ash. 3: In case of a slow oil attack spray carbo sulfone ۲۵ EC اب milliliters, imidacloprid ۲۰ ssl اب recharge ۲۵۰ ml, bimethrin بح EC recovery۔ ml per acre. 3: Lashkari Cindy, in case of invasive fly attack, spray chlorpyre fat ۴۰ EC resuscitation پروف ml, Profilinophus بح AC resuscitation ۱۰۰۰ ml per acre. ۵: Imidacloprid ۲۵ WP rehab ۲۵۰ gram, Acetamperid ۲۰ SP receptor ۱۵۰ gram, Biprofusion ۲۵ WP regeneration ۶۰۰ grams per acre for white bee counter. Spray C aqueous 1 ml, Lambadasai Halo Thurn ۵․۲ EC ovulation 5 ml per acre. ۷: In case of thieving insect attack, double the carbaryl at 5% 5kg per acre in the evening or spray the carburel at 3% per acre in the evening. 2: Molybug counters for carbaryl disinfectant: 5% rehydration گر kg, carb sulfate ۲۵ EC resuspension روف ml porphyrinophos ۵۰ EC ۵۔ ml per acre. In case of invasive Cindy’s spray spray Mathomol 1SP, thyroid carb, DF recharge 3 grams per acre. And spiders, etc. – Cultivating a variety of immune systems helps prevent oil. For molybug counters, Carbaryl Dust: 5% Recovery 2 Kg, Carbon Sulphate, EC Recovery, Milliprofenophos, AC Recovery 1 ml per acre. In case of invasive Cindy’s spray spray Mathomol 1SP, thyroid carb, DF recharge 3 grams per acre. Biological control: Naturally-found oil hostile ladybird beetle, Chrysoperla, surf fly. And spiders, etc. – Cultivating a variety of immune systems helps prevent oil. For molybug counters, Carbaryl Dust: 5% Recovery 2 Kg, Carbon Sulphate, EC Recovery, Milliprofenophos, AC Recovery 1 ml per acre. In case of invasive Cindy’s spray spray Mathomol 1SP, thyroid carb, DF recharge 3 grams per acre. And spiders, etc. – Cultivating a variety of immune systems helps prevent oil.

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