Control of termites in tea (Camellia sinensis L(0) Kuntz) plantations of Barak Valley, Assam, (India)

Show simple item record Dutta, B.K. Bhattacharjee, P.C.
dc.contributor.editor Jain, N.K. 2008-12-17T12:16:54Z 2008-12-17T12:16:54Z 2005
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dc.description.abstract Termites cause serious damage to tea plantations in Barak Valley, Assam (India) especially during the dry season (i.e. September-March). Tea plantations in the southwest facing slopes are worst affected possibly due to poor soil moisture and shade. Termites also cause considerable damage to the vegetation growing in and around tea plantations. Both chemical and phytopesticides were effective for the control of termites. Among chemical pesticides, endosulphan, chloropyriphos and phorate were equitoxic. Crude neem oil and the extracts of Andrographis paniculata controlled the termite infestation and reduced the severity of termite damage. en
dc.identifier.citation Choudhury, P, Dutta, BK & Bhattacharjee, PC 2005, 'Control of Termites in Tea (Camellia sinensis L(0) Kuntz) Plantations of Barak Valley, Assam, (India)', International Journal of tea Science, vol. 4, no. 1&2 pp. 9-17. en
dc.identifier.issn 0972-544X
dc.language.iso en en
dc.publisher International Society of Tea Science (ISTS) en
dc.rights International Society of Tea Science (ISTS) en
dc.subject Camellia sinensis en
dc.subject Inorganic pesticides en
dc.subject Live-wood eating termites en
dc.subject Organic pesticides en
dc.subject Scavenging termite en
dc.subject Tea plantations en
dc.subject.lcsh Tea -- Diseases and pests -- Control en
dc.subject.lcsh Plantations -- India -- Barak Valley en
dc.subject.lcsh Plantations -- India -- Assam en
dc.subject.lcsh Pesticides en
dc.subject.lcsh Termites -- Control en
dc.subject.lcsh Vegetation management en
dc.title Control of termites in tea (Camellia sinensis L(0) Kuntz) plantations of Barak Valley, Assam, (India) en
dc.type Article en

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