Query : armyworm
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Utilization of stink bug, Eocanthecona furcellata (Wolff) for controlling beet armyworm in asparagus
Ratana Nachapong et al. [oct-dec1998]
Utilization of stink bug, E. furcellata for controlling beet army worm, Spodoptera exigua Hubner in asparagus was carried out with 3 experiments: firstly, biological studies of stink bug, secondly, the determination of optimum release rate for controlling beet armyworm and thirdly, test on the optimum release rate for controlling beet armyworm in larger scale in farmer's fields. These experime ...
SUBJECT: natural enemies; espárrago; enemigos naturales; ennemi naturel; control biológico
POSTED TO: Warasan Kita lae Sattawawitthaya [0125-3794]
Kang, E.J. et al. [jun2008]
The Welsh onion beet armyworm, Spodoptera exigua (Huner), has attacked Welsh onion and is now the most important pest of Welsh onion in southwestern Korea. The beet armyworm has a wide host range, occurring as a serious pest of vegetable and fields. The relatively high abundance of beet armyworm has stimulated frequent application of insecticides to foliage. Insecticide resistance is a major p ...
SUBJECT: welsh onion beet armyworm; metaflumizone; chlorfenapyr; indoxacarb; spodoptera exigua
POSTED TO: Korean Journal of Applied Entomology [1225-0171]
Tarawtchai Siriwat et al. 
Beet armyworm, Spodoptera exigua (Hubner), is a widely distributed agricultural pest in tropical and subtropical regions and a key pest on high value vegetables in Thailand. Decades of intensive use of insecticides to control this pest has resulted in widespread resistance and product failure. In view of the threat posed by resistance and the growing concern for maintaining quality of environm ...
SUBJECT: efficiency; baculoviruses; baculoviridae; production; nuclear polyhedrosis virus
Environment-Friendly Control of Beet Armyworm, Spodoptera exigua (Noctuidae: Lepidoptera) to Reduce Insecticide Use
Jin, D.Y., Chungnam National University, Daejeon et al. [jun2009]
For the environment-friendly control of beet armyworm, Spodoptera exigua, in spring onion fields, we have examined an alternative application method. Twenty-five insecticides registered for spring onion were tested for control effect against the beet armyworm in the laboratory, then the best 9 chemical and a single biological insecticides were selected and compared with 2 new isolates of Bacil ...
SUBJECT: insecticidas; insecticide; control effect; spodoptera exigua; spring onion
POSTED TO: Korean Journal of Applied Entomology [1225-0171]
Trichomes (hairs) are one of the most important morphological parameters of plant resistance to insect. The inheritance of trichomes in soybean leaflet and its resistance to armyworm was studied during 1997 at screencage and laboratory of soybean breeding of the RILET, Malang. Soybean genotypes of PI 229358 and Sodendaizu-N (dense type, tolerance to armyworm), Ichyou (glabrous type, susceptibl ...
SUBJECT: pest resistance; feuille; trichomes; trichome; tricomas
POSTED TO: Edisi khusus Balitkabi (Indonesia) [0854-8625]
Marwoto et al. 
The soybean armyworm, Spodoptera litura, is one of the major insect pests of soybean. Pest control of soybean at the present is usually done by spraying insecticides. Due to the environmental problems resulted from excessive use of insecticides, the role of sex pheromonoid as an integral part of the integrated pest management of soybean armyworm was studied. The results showed that sex pheromo ...
SUBJECT: feromonas sexuales; dinámica de poblaciones; control de plagas; insecticide; monitoring
Characteristics and Virulence Assay of Entomopathogenic Fungus Nomuraea rileyi for the Microbial Control of Spodoptera exigua (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae)
Lee, W.W., Chungbuk National University, Cheongju et al. [dec2012]
To date, chemical control remains the most common way to reduce beet armyworm (Spodoptera exigua) populations. However, this insect has become more tolerant or resistant to many chemical insecticides and the insect larvae usually hide inside hollow, tube-like leaves of host plant so they were difficult to kill by spraying insecticides. The use of viral and bacterial insecticide to solve these ...
SUBJECT: entomopathogenic fungi; nomuraea rileyi; biological control; spodoptera exigua; lutte biologique
POSTED TO: Korean Journal of Microbiology [0440-2413]
Williams, W.P. et al. 
Vegetative development in maize can be divided into juvenile and adult phases. Each phase is characterized by distinctive morphology and physiology. Two maize hybrids with resistance to fall armyworm feeding, two susceptible hybrids, and a hybrid with an intermediate level of resistance were evaluated for the timing of juvenile-adult phase transition and duration of transition period. The fall ...
SUBJECT: experimentation en laboratoire; pest resistance; feuille; poids; larvae
POSTED TO: Maydica (Italy) [0025-6153]
Study was conducted to determine the role of various physical (moisture contents, thickness and hairiness of leaf) and chemical factors via., potassium, phosphorus, nitrogen, calcium, magnesium, manganese, ferrous, zinc, fats, ashes, protein, crude fibre and carbohydrates, towards consumption and utilization of different food plants viz., maize, sugarcane, sorghum, wheat, oats, barley, bajra, ...
SUBJECT: teneur en eau; proximate composition; consommation alimentaire; contenido de humedad; food crops
POSTED TO: Pakistan Entomologist (Pakistan) [1017-1827]
Vegetable is a major food crop of mankind an is grown world wide now facing to insects infestation such as beet armyworm Spodoptera exigua (F) on soybean groundnut pumkin cauliflower tomato bitter-guard cabbage banana okra grape corn tobacco and many other vegetable crops. The larva feed on leafs and stems in the serious damaged field all crops were killed. Bacillus thuringiensis was used for ...
SUBJECT: plante legumiere; efficacite; efficiency; cruciferae; mass rearing