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Green Revolution Helic-O Lure Helicoverpa armigera


₹250
Brand : Green Revolution.
Data : Traps and Lures
Availability : In Stock

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Helicoverpa armigera is a species of Lepidoptera in the family Noctuidae. It is known as the cotton bollworm, corn earworm, Old World (African) bollworm, or scarce bordered straw. The larvae feed on a wide range of plants, including many important cultivated crops. It is a major pest in cotton and one of the most polyphagous and cosmopolitan pest species. It can be very sever if proper management not taken on time.

Attracting Insect Species: Cotton Bollworm (Helicoverpa armigera)

Suitable trap: Funnel Trap

Used in crops: Soyabean, Tomato, Maize, Bengal gram, Red gram, Cotton, Chili, Green gram, Okra, Rose, Cow pea, Sunflower, Sorghum, Chrysanthemum, Groundnut

Damages: 
The rate of seed loss due to Cotton Bollworm feeding in soybean and other crops depends on the plant growth stage.  Damage after the full-pod stage leads to the reduced potential to compensate for the damage. Cotton Bollworm feeds mostly in the middle third of soybean plants. It is also feeds on fruits of tomato and pods of chickpea. Larva starts to feed on fruiting stage of crop. After boring, pods& fruits get damaged then quality get hampered.

Life Cycle:
The  adults are highly active at night. The females mate several times and lay 300-3000 eggs during their lifetime. The greenish yellow eggs are laid singly on stems, leaves and fruit. The hatched larvae eat the grains and reach a length of 40 mm, then larvae go under to the soil and converting to the pupa stage (10 to 15 days) then the pupa becomes to adult and emerge out in their favorable condition from soil. In summer the pest develops in 25-40 days, in the cold season within 6-7 months. In the Middle East the pest completes 4-5 annual generations, some of which overlap. This pest may migrate over long distances, borne by winds

Pest Identification: 
It is a Stout-bodied moth of typical noted appearance; size and colour of moths are variable. Body length is 1220 mm, wing span 30-40 mm. Female forewings are orange-brown; males have lighter, greenish-gray wings. Dark band is situated between external transversal and sub-marginal lines. Transversal lines, sub-marginal line and reniform spot are diffused. Hind-wings are lighter, pale-yellow, with brown band before external edge; dark round spot is situated in the middle of wing.

Technology: 
Insect  Sex Pheromone Technology It is the process of attraction and trapping the insect pest of specific Species those damage to crops.

Per Acre Use: Funnel trap with Helic-O-lure at 10/acre  for  controlling                                                                                                                                                      
 
Benefits:
Economically Affordable, easy to install and manage.
If used properly can detect low numbers of insects.
Collect only Species Specific
Non toxic.
Suitable for all season.
Pheromone Lures are species specific.
Reduce the use of harmful pesticide, encourages doing organic farming.
 
Features:
Pheromone used 99% pure.
99.9% Effective from other commercial product.
Lure working day in field life 30- 45days, Depend on weather conditions.
Packing signal unit in anti smell realizing pouch.
Dispenser - Septa
Lure can stay for one year without removing from packing.

Precaution: 
Please use hand gloves /Keep clean hand for handling lure.
Hang trap 1 to1.5 feet above crop canopy.   
Avoid direct contact of lure with other chemical. 

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