for "Attract-and-Kill" of Oriental and Melon Fruit Flies (Diptera: Tephritidae) in Hawaii integrated pest management (IPM) methods in Ha-waii for fruit y suppression and to reduce the use of bitter melon As in the rst experiment traps were emptied Buy Integrated Management of Melon Fruit Fly in Bitter Gourd at Walmart Pickup delivery Walmart Integrated Management of Melon Fruit Fly in Bitter Gourd Average Rating: (0 0) stars out of 5 stars Write a review Dr M Dildar Gogi $143 51 $ 143 51 $143 51 $ 143 51 Out of stock

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The most serious pest of cucurbits is fruit fly Many pests attack bitter gourd but in India fruit flies are the major serious pest of this crop Fruit fly which limits bitter gourd productivity in all India's growing areas The scale of losses ranges between 30- depending on the season and species of cucurbit (Panday et al 2009) [4

Fruit fly Management: Low-cost Traps Lures Preparation Take 1 litre water bottle Remove wrapper Make 3 windows with a knife at 3 inches from top Each window should be of 1 inch size Make a small hole in the cap with needle Take inch thick cotton rope cut the rope into 2 inches size tie the cut ends with thin wire Preparation of lures

Page 5 Fruit fly Management However mass trapping is a technique best applied at low pest levels and continued over long periods of time Thus it is a preventative ap- proach to which the concept of threshold levels and re-active insect con- trol does not apply Furthermore fruit fly management is most effective if implemented over a wide area and under participation of as

An experiment was carried out during the year 2009 to find the bio-efficacy of different Plant extracts against melon fruit fly Bactrocera cucurbitae (Coquillett) (Diptera: Tephritidae) in bitter gourd (Momordica charantia L ) which is a serious pest of cucurbitaceous vegetables The experiment consisted of three varieties Ambika Rama Krishna and Phauja and five different

The population of cucurbit fruit flies of bitter gourd was observed vary much changeability at Block Daurala District Meerut The population of cucurbit fruit flies on bitter gourd was fluctuated from 60 to 237 flies/3 traps/week of June and July (23rd and 28th standard week) 2015 The population of cucurbit fruit flies on bottle gourd was

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infestation in the bitter gourd fruit due to the attack of fruit fly (Hollingsworth et al 1997) [9] reported that melon fruit fly infested the pumpkin fruits 60 to 87% and snake gourd 90% in the fruits In bitter gourd 41 to 89% loss was recorded by the infestation of melon fruit fly (Rabindranath 1986) [10] The melon fruit fly oviposited

Sep 01 2015Host plant resistance is an important component of integrated pest management of the melon fly Bactrocera cucurbitae (Coquillett) (Diptera: Tephritidae) We studied various antixenotic and allelochemical traits in the fruit for 15 varieties/genotypes of watermelon Citrellus lanatus (Thunb ) Matsumara Nakai (Cucurbitales: Cucurbitaceae) in relation to resistance

6 0 Guam and CNMI melon fly Eradication program 19 7 0 Community Representative on management of training on fruit trees in Vanuatu 20 8 0 PALAU– Fruit fly Eradication Program 21 9 0 ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS 22 10 0 LIST OF PARTICIPANTS 23 Introduction The Fruit Fly Management Workshop was held in Nadi Fiji Islands on 21 March 2001

6 Fruit Fly Management for Vegetable Growers 02 The life of fruit flies LAYING EGGS A Qfly can potentially lay more than 500 eggs during her lifetime while a Medfly can lay over 700 All fruit flies are equipped with a sharp ovipositor which they use to deposit eggs just under the skin of the host fruit

•Fruit fly management methods differ • G C (2001) recorded 42-68% bitter gourds losses due to fruit flies invasion • Chinese citrus fly (B minax) is a very The integrated management measures should be employed to manage fruit fly problems in horticultural

6 Fruit Fly Management for Vegetable Growers 02 The life of fruit flies LAYING EGGS A Qfly can potentially lay more than 500 eggs during her lifetime while a Medfly can lay over 700 All fruit flies are equipped with a sharp ovipositor which they use to deposit eggs just under the skin of the host fruit

The goal of the Fruit Fly Area-wide Pest Management (AWPM) program is to develop and integrate biologically based pest management approaches that will result in area-wide suppression and control of fruit flies throughout selected agricultural areas of Hawaii using technologies including: 1) field sanitation 2) protein bait sprays and/or traps

Dec 06 2005The melon fruit fly Bactrocera cucurbitae (Coquillett) (Diptera: Tephritidae) is distributed widely in temperate tropical and sub-tropical regions of the world It has been reported to damage 81 host plants and is a major pest of cucurbitaceous vegetables particularly the bitter gourd (Momordica charantia) muskmelon (Cucumis melo) snap melon (C melo

Preliminary bioefficacy of neem and other botanicals for

management of melon fruit fly Bactrocera cucurbitae Coq Neerja Agrawal and Indra dev laying on fresh bitter gourd fruits The fruits were then transferred into jars (6 cm found NSKE beneficial for integrated approach to control peach fruit fly (B zonata) and Helicoverpa armigera respectively According to Kumar et al (2006) karanj

Other control methods such as Integrated Pest Management and the Sterile Insect Technique are not used in Reunion Prospects for implementing agro-ecological management of vegetable fruit flies in Reunion This part presents research actions implemented in fly bio-ecology research actions into the genetic structure of populations and design of

Singh HS Naik J 2006 Seasonal dynamics and management of pumpkin Diaphania indica Saund (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) and fruit fly Bactrocera cucurbitae Conq in bitter gourd Vegetable Sci 33(2): 203–205 Singh S Kumar S Parlekar GY 2004 Synthesis and validation of IPM treatments in sunflower and chick pea strip cropping system

Melon Fruit Fly Bactrocera cucurbitae Coquillett: Tephritidae Diptera Description: The fruit fly adults are free living reddish brown with lemon yellow in colour having curved vertical markings and fuscous shading on the outer margin of the wings The adult lay eggs usually just below the epidermis of the fruits by inserting their

melon fly was first reported by Lefroy (1907) [8] on cucurbits Melon fruit fly B cucurbitae damages over 81 plant species but plants belonging to the family cucurbitaceae are most preferred hosts (Allwood et al 1999) [1] Depending on the environmental conditions and susceptibility of the crop species the extent of losses varies

10 /acre for fruit fly management Collection and destruction of fruit fly infected fruits periodically spray with *mancozeb 75 WP/zineb WP 0 2 % against downy mildew anthracnose leaf spots Use delta and blue coloured traps 5/acre for white fly and thrips respectively This may be followed by neem spray

agronomy Article An Integrated Decision Support System for Environmentally-Friendly Management of the Ethiopian Fruit Fly in Greenhouse Crops David Nestel 1 * Yafit Cohen 2 Ben Shaked 2 Victor Alchanatis 2 Esther Nemny-Lavy 1 Miguel Angel Miranda 3 Andrea Sciarretta 4 and Nikos T Papadopoulos 5 1 Department of Entomology Institute of Plant

Squash and bittergourd intercropping significantly reduced the attack of fruit fly on bittergourd as compared to the control Other cucurbits (musk melon and cucumber) when intercropped with bittergourd had no negative effect on the bittergourd infestation by fruit fly as 71 65 and 75 00 percent infestation was statistically similar to 78 33 percent