MANAGE DIAMOND BACKED MOTHS [DBM] LARVAE EFFECTIVELY
The larvae are feeding stage worms of Diamond Backed Moth [Plutella xylostella] insect.
Diamond Backed Moth [DBM] is the insect which infests and its larva feed on the crucifers crops like cabbage, Cauliflower, Broccoli, some time on Knol Khol. DBM has four stages egg, Larvae, Pupa and Adult.
Protection measures to control the larvae need to be taken extra are since the vegetative coverage supports to get inside the leaves making larvae to escape. All the stages of DBM need to be considered for effective control. Mixtures of chemical insecticides, or chemicals and microbials, are often recommended for diamondback moth control. Compulsarily the wetting or spreading agents need to be added in to the insecticidal spray.
Plethora 2 mL/L + Spraywell 1 mL/L
[https://www.bighaat.com/products/plethora-insecticide; https://www.bighaat.com/products/dow-spraywell-surfactant-adjuvant ]
OR Phoskill 2 mL/L OR Predator 2 mL/L + Neemark 1 % - 1 mL/L
OR Tracer 0.375 mL/L + Nuvan 1 mL/L + Spraywell 1 mL/L
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