Outbreak of white braid in millet: Fear of affecting yield, animal feed will affect the production

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Outbreak of white braid in millet: Fear of affecting yield, animal feed will affect the production
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Farmers are facing problems due to white brass in millet crop in Kotputli area. The white braid causes damage by cutting the root of the millet. The shape of white braid is the shape of the letter C of English. They get out of the ground when they are dark and eat leaves around the crop and tree and go back to the ground before dawn. Plants dry out yellow due to the outbreak of white braid.

The outbreak of white brain fears where farmers are feared to be cropped. At the same time, crop production is also being affected due to this. If the production is affected due to white hanging disease in the crop, then it will also have a direct effect on animal fodder and fodder crisis will also arise.

List of affected villages

Gram Panchayat Shukla Vas, Nareeda, Ramsinghpura, Chaturbhuj, Rajanota, Kalyanpura, Taskola, Torda Gujran, Buchara, Panditpura, Bhunwas, Panditpura, Dwarikpura, Agricultural Supervisor Suresh Yadav, Sohan, Sohan, Sohan, During the field tour by Vikram Chanja, Rampratap Yadav, Prem Kishore Nagar, there was an outbreak of white braid and pests in millet and peanut lotus. For control of the farmer white braid pests, mix 4 liters of Qunalfoss 25 EC or 300 ml of imidacloprid 17.8 ml in 80-100 kg gravel and put it in the ground at the rate of 80-100 kg per hectare. For

farmer brother Qunalfoss 1.5% or Malathion 5% powder 25 kg or deltamethrin 2.81 for pest control. Add 625 ml of EC at the rate of per hectare. Assistant Agriculture Officer Taskola Sohan Lal Saini said that the purchase of plant protection chemicals from authorized sales centers gives 50% of the cost or maximum Rs 500 per hectare.

Kotputli Assistant Agriculture Officer Ramesh Bhardwaj said The concerned agricultural supervisor has to apply to get a grant for coat control.

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