Use of some relatively safe compounds for controlling of the tortoise beetle, Cassida vittata (Vill) in sugar beet crop. Research Journal of. accepted. Rank. Species. Parent. Cassida. Original description. Not documented. Taxonomic citation. WoRMS (). Cassida vittata (de Villers). Accessed at. Taxonomy Cassida vittata: scientific and common names, classification, synonymy, taxonomic tree.
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Citations Publications citing this paper. Insecta, HolometabolaColeopteraChrysomelidae. Chrysomelidae on sugar beet in Dakahlia Governorate. Larva about 6 mm long, green, with 16 pairs of lateral spines and posteriorly two xassida pincer-like spines. Journal of Pest Science Effect of intercropping of maize, bean, cabbage and toxicants cassiad the population levels of some insect pests and associated predators in sugar beet plantations.
Chrysomelidae is a serious pest on sugar beet, Beta vulgaris L. Control of the larvae Conorhynchus mendicus Coleoptera: Cerambycidaewith the entomopathogenic nematode Heterorhabditis bacteriophora I. Impact of entomopathogenic nematodes on Thrips tabaci Lindeman Thysanoptera: Showing of 3 extracted citations. Four free pesticides’s fields were planted with Raspoly sugar beet variety to study some aspects of ecology and egg parasitism of this pest at Bilqas and Shirbin in Dakahlia governorate during and growing seasons.
Deposited eggs peaked earlier and two weeks later than parasitized one in the first and the second seasons, respectively.
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The tortoise beetle, Cassida vittata Vill. Lookup the document at: Access the full text: Storage and formulation of the entomopathogenicnematodes Heterorhabditis indica and H. Showing of 29 references. Several Caryophyllaceae and Casdida, especially sugar beets Beta vulgaris Linnaeus. In the Middle East this pest raises annual generations, each female producing about eggs. Beta vulgaris Search for additional papers on this topic.
Intercropping sugar beet with maize corn or beans reduced pest infestations.
Patricia StockHarry K. Research Journal of Agriculture and Biological Sciences 5: Evaluation of entomopathogenic nematodes in controlling some cabbage pests. Cassida vittata Villers Taxonomic placing: Controlling the sugar beet beetle Cassida vittata with entomopathogenic nematodes. Curculionidae by Steinernema carpocapsae and Steinernema feltiae Nematode, Steinernematidae.
The emerging larvae feed on the underside of leaves and may destroy entire leaves. Use of some relatively safe compounds for controlling of the tortoise beetle, Cassida vittata Vill in sugar beet crop. Feeding pores increased by vitrata population density of larvae and adults reached its peak in early June.
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Thripidae life cwssida in the laboratory and under semi-field conditions Mohsen Bahmani KashkouliJahangir KhajehaliNafiseh Poorjavad Deposited eggs peaked earlier and two weeks la. Lab-field evaluation of some Egyptian isolates of entomopathogenic fungi Metarhizium anisopliae and Beauveria bassiana against sugar beet beetle Cassida vittata Vill.
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This cqssida deals with the biological control of this insect using four Egyptian and imported entomopathogenic nematodes EPNs. It is threatened by several insect pests among most important of them is the beet beetle Cassida vittata.
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References Publications referenced by this paper. Population fluctuations casida the beet fly, Pegomyia mixta Vill. Daily mortality of larvae, pupae and adults of C. Swift Journal of Agricultural Research 1: Indigenous entomopathogenic fungi and entomopathogenic nematodes greatly reduced pest numbers in Egypt and increased sugar beet yields.