Biological Control of Tea Pests View Full Text


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DATE

2001

AUTHORS

L. K. Hazarika , K. C. Puzari , Seema Wahab

ABSTRACT

Tea, Camellia sinensis (L.) O. Kuntze is an economically important crop cultivated for leaf covering an area of 42.2 million ha in India. Tea plantation as monoculture is a permanent ecosystem which provides habitat continuity for 1031 species of arthropods and 82 species of nematodes as reported from different parts of the world (Chen and Chen, 1989). In Asia, 230 species of insects and mite pests attack tea (Muraleedharan, 1992). However, 173 arthropods and 16 nematodes were reported to be major and minor pests of tea in North-East India (Hazarika et al., 1994a) in general, but Assam in particular which occupies a prominent position in Indian tea production (Sahewalla and Barthakur, 1996).Pests attack various parts like leaf, stem, root, flower and seed causing damage to the leaf and the bud tea crop suffers 10-15% loss in yield. To control these pests, per hectare consumption of pesticides is excessively high and also expensive (Chakravartee and Hazarika, 1995). More... »

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159-180

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4615-1377-3_11

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