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TERRA MIGHT BOTANICAL INSECTICIDE- SUCKING PEST

TERRA MIGHT BOTANICAL INSECTICIDE- SUCKING PEST

Terra Agro

  • ₹ 400
  • ₹ 1,000

Bighaat Bighaat


Description:

TERRA MIGHT
(Organic Pesticide)

Form : Liquid

Category : Organic Pesticide (For Sucking Pest)

Pack size : 100, 250, 500 ml

Dosage/Application Use minimum 50 ml and maximum 100 ml per 15 liters of water. 

If necessary go for second spray after 10-15 days.

For best results, use Terra Might as a preventive measures, before the incidence of attack.

This can be mixed with all organic pest control products.

Main Ingredients: 

Form : Liquid

Category : Organic Pesticide (For Sucking Pest)

Pack size : 100, 250, 500 ml

Dosage/Application Use minimum 50 ml and maximum 100 ml per 15 liters of water. 

If necessary go for second spray after 10-15 days.

For best results, use Terra Might as a preventive measures, before the incidence of attack.

This can be mixed with all organic pest control products.

Main Ingredients: 

 

Scientific/Chemical Name of Ingredients

Common Indian Name

Annona squamosa

Custard apple

Citrus limon

Lemon peels

Neem oil

Neem oil

Piper nigrum

Kali mirch



Features:

  • It is a unique herbal formulation especially made for control of sucking pest attack on plants.
  • Effective in controlling all sucking pests like Aphids, Jassids, Thrips, Mites, Leaf Miner, Hopper etc. 
  • Do not disturbs the fertility of soil
  • Positive effect on plant growth and root development
  • New generation organic formulation 
  • Very low dosages
  • No Negative effects on beneficial organism, humans and farm animal
  • Zero Residue post application
  • Non-toxic
  • 100 % Organic
  • Ideal for organic farming practices
  • Suitable for all crops like Paddy, Cotton, Chilly, Groundnut, Potato, Cumin, vegetables, flowers , cereal, pulses, oilseeds crops etc.


  • Control of pests: They help in reduction of pests feeding upon economically valuable crops.
  • Prevention of diseases: They prevent diseases in plants by killing pests.
  • Increasing yields: They are useful in increasing the productivity of crops.
  • Cost effective: Pesticides are cost effective, they are cheap and easily available.
  • Effective and rapid: The pesticides are toxic for living pests and the action of these pesticides is rapid and effective to maintain the population of pests.

Effect of Sucking Pest on plants:

  • The mouthparts of sucking insects are developed for piercing and sucking. 
  • Pests damage plants by inserting their mouthparts into plant tissue and removing juices.
  • Some sucking insects inject toxic materials into the plant while feeding, and some transmit disease organisms. 

Symptoms in plants:

  • Heavily infested plants become yellow, wilted, deformed or stunted, and may eventually die. 
  • Have strong mandibles that they move laterally to often cause yellowing or browning on plants.
  • Cause spotting or stippling of foliage, leaf curling, and stunted or misshapen fruits.

Sucking Pest in Crops:

 

Pest Name

Affected Crops

Thrips

Maize, onion, cotton, mungbean, cereals.

Tomato, sunflower, canola and peanuts.

Mealybugs

Tomato

Aphids

Tomato, potato, pepper, eggplant, squash, pumpkin, cucumber, spinach, cabbage, broccoli, legumes, okra, corn, tobacco, canola, sunflower, mustards, many others

Mites

Pepper, Okra, Tomato, Cucumber

Red bugs

Cotton

Shootfly, bug

Sorghum

Earhead bug

Rice

Leaf miner

squash, okra, pea, tomato, bean, cabbage, turnip, potato, tobacco, cotton, radish, spinach, watermelon, beet, pepper


Chemical pesticides Disadvantages :

  • Loss of beneficial insect species: The action of pesticides not only kill the desired harmful pests but also kills beneficial pollinating insects. Therefore, interrupts in the life cycle of plants.
  • Poisioning hazards: Pesticides are harmful for all living species. The human applicant have been found symptoms of nausea, head ache, irritation, and severe poisoning ailments associated with the use of pesticide in the agricultural field.
  • Responsible pollutants:  Pesticides are potentially harmful pollutants of air, soil and water. 
  • Effects food chain: The pesticides being undigested in the pests body is being eaten up by another higher organism results in biomagnification. In which large population of organisms in the higher trophic levels are affected.
  • Effects the quality of food: The residues of pesticides are left over the food crops. The chemicals are added upon by these pesticides in the food causing health issues in humans and animals. 




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