Evaluation of Exotic parasitoid, Diglyphus isaea against Liriomyza trifolii on Tomato in Protected Cultivation in India

  • Naved Sabir
  • Seema Hashim Naved
  • R.K. Tanwar
  • Balraj Singh
  • Shimon Steinberg
  • Susmita Adhikari
  • Arvind Shrivastava
  • S.S Sindhu
  • Mukul kumar
  • O.M. Bambawale
Keywords: Leaf miner, Biological control, greenhouse, Diglyphus isaea, tomato

Abstract

Greenhouses in India are suffering from serious pest infestations mainly sucking pests and soil borne pathogens. As growers in India are largely dependent on insecticides and biorationals, commercial availability of bioagents is virtually negligible, thereby hampering ecofriendly objectives. A trial on evaluation of exotic parasitoid, Diglyphus isaea (Walker) (Hymenoptera: Eulophidae) against leaf miner, Liriomyza trifolii (Burgess) (Diptera) on tomatoes was conducted in a study plot of 150 m2  which was separated into two walk- in tunnels of 75 m2 each. The parasitoid was supplied by the commercial unit of Biobee Sde Eliyahu Ltd Israel. The trial included there treatments i.e. releases of D. isaea @ 0.5 wasps/m2 against leaf miner (T1), no pesticide application (T2) and management with chemical pesticides (T3). D. isaea was found effective in reducing the population of leaf miner significantly in tomato crop grown under protected structures.

Author Biographies

Naved Sabir

National centre for integrated pest management, I.A.R.I, New Delhi  India

Seema Hashim Naved

BioBee Biological  systems, India

R.K. Tanwar

National centre for integrated pest management, I.A.R.I, New Delhi  India

Balraj Singh

Centre for protected cultivation I.A.R.I, New Delhi, India

Shimon Steinberg

BioBee Biological  systems, Sde Eliyahu Ltd ISRAEL

Susmita Adhikari

National centre for integrated pest management, I.A.R.I, New Delhi  India

Arvind Shrivastava

BioBee Biological  systems, India

S.S Sindhu

Centre for protected cultivation I.A.R.I, New Delhi, India

Mukul kumar

Centre for protected cultivation I.A.R.I, New Delhi, India

O.M. Bambawale

National centre for integrated pest management, I.A.R.I, New Delhi  India

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Published
2018-02-28