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SOI: 1.1/TAS         DOI: 10.15863/TAS

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ISJ Theoretical & Applied Science 06(122) 2023

Philadelphia, USA

* Scientific Article * Impact Factor 6.630

Raxmanov, A. H.

Moong crop insect pest control.

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Language: English

Citation: Raxmanov, A. H. (2023). Moong crop insect pest control. ISJ Theoretical & Applied Science, 06 (122), 48-50. Soi: Doi:

Pages: 48-50

Published: 30.06.2023

Abstract: Moong crop is a prominent legume crop grown in India, China, and Southeast Asia. It is susceptible to a variety of insect pests, which can result in severe productivity losses and quality deterioration. Farmers must utilize an integrated pest management (IPM) method to control insect pests. Aphids are small, soft-bodied insects that feed on plant sap, stunting growth, distorting leaves and stems, and withering them. To manage aphids, farmers should use resistant types, monitor their crops regularly, use targeted sprays of water or insecticidal soap, and use biological control. Pod borers are caterpillar-like insects that bore into pods and feed on maturing seeds, resulting in severe yield losses. Farmers can use pheromone traps, plant-based solutions, biological control, and chemical control to reduce their population. Whiteflies are tiny flying insects that feed on plant sap, causing leaves to yellow, wilt, and distort. Farmers can use physical control, natural enemies, and chemical control to manage them. An integrated pest management method is necessary to grow healthy and profitable moong harvests indefinitely.

Key words: mong, pests, insect, control, crop, biological control, aphids.








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