Free Delivery on Orders Above Rs. 499/- | Use CODE : KHARIF3 to get 3% OFF on Minimum purchase of ₹4999/- | Use CODE : KHARIF5 to get 5% OFF on Minimum purchase of ₹14999/- T&C Apply | Use Code “Sarpan" & get 10% off on All Sarpan Seeds on Purchase Above Rs. 1000/-



Green Revolution

Visit the Tapas store
  • Price: ₹ 428
  • ₹ 4,500
  • SKU:


  • You Save:

Currently Unavailable.

Country of origin: India
Pack of

• Prepaid only for all orders above Rs. 5000, No Cash on Delivery
• For Bulk Order Inquiries: Click Here
• You can also buy on EMI*
Bighaat Bighaat

White grub is a devastating insect that feeds on crops across the country, including Maharashtra, the larvae stage of the white grub is the most dangerous.

Classical name: - Holotrichia consanguinea, Holotrichia serrata.

Both the above-mentioned species are found all over the country including Maharashtra.

This insect, like other insects, completes its life cycle in four stages: egg, larva, cocoon, and beetle. The life span of this insect is completed in 10 to 12 months, that is, only one generation is complete in a year.


 Eggs: - Female Bittles lay eggs after mating. Eggs are laid early in the morning. The color of the eggs is white. The female lays 60 to 70 eggs at a time. Therefore the number of these insects increases rapidly.


 Larvae (Humani):- Milky white larvae emerge from eggs in 8 to 10 days. In English there is a "C" shape. The roots of the crop move by munching. Roots at least 1 meter of crop area in the ground. In 56 to 70 days, it (H.consanguinea) develops fully and goes into the same cell. The species H. serrata completes the larval stage in 121 to 202 days.


Pupa:-The fully developed larva goes into the cell state in the soil. The color of the cell is brownish-brown. Both H.consanguinea and H.serrata live in cocoons for 10 to 16 days. The mite comes out of the cell after 20 to 30 s.


Beetle: - Both H.consanguinea and H.serrata species look similar to mite. But in the last few years the number of beetles has increased so much that they are obtained in any month of the year. Trees like  shewaga, vest, acacia, neem, chiku, banana, mango come to eat leaves. In the evening they go out to eat leaves and find companions. The female beetle goes to the ground to lay eggs.

 * In the life cycle of a white grub, beetles grow out of the soil for a short time, all other conditions are in the soil, so it is important to pay more attention to pest control at this stage.


Sugarcane, groundnut, chilli, guava, coconut, tobacco, potato, betel nut, oilseeds, pulses and vegetables.

 Beetle Control:

  1. After the first rain, mites of white grub gather to eat the leaves of acacia, bore, lemon tree after sunset. Unnecessary trees and shrubs like neem, acacia should be removed from the embankment. This solution should be considered by the farmers as a community to wipe out the beetles before laying eggs.
  2. If possible, spray imidacloprid 17.8 SL 1.5 ml / liter neem and other trees in the evening. This spray should be done every 15 days during summer days.
  3. After the first torrential rain, 5-6 kamagandha traps per acre should be planted in the field
  4. Collect and destroy the mite in the evening time.
  5. These methods should be adopted after the first rain.

Larval control: 

  1. In the summer season, deep plowing should be done, due to which cocoons, larvae etc. come out, birds become naturally edible.
  2. Use well-rotten manure and take care that larvae do not enter the field.
  3. Late or early sowing / planting of peanuts, chillies should be avoided.
  4. Mix metarzium in the field and put it in the field.
  5. While filling the crop, add neem powder from the compost.
Bucket Trap

Recently Viewed Items