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Dollar is a unique potent insecticide formulated as granules for easy broadcasting in paddy elds. It has both stomach and systemic properties.

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Dollar

  1. 1. INSECTICIDE DOLLAR Cartap Hydrochloride 4G 4G
  2. 2. Qualities of Dollar 4G Dollar is a unique potent insecticide formulated as granules for easy broadcasting in paddy elds. It has both stomachandsystemic properties. Developed foe use against Oragano phosphorus and organo chlorine resistant species ofinsects. Longresidualactivity. Effective at low concentration against both chewing and sucking insects at almost any stages. Due to its systemic action, it is effective against a wide range of paddy pests such as stem borers, leaf folders, whorlmaggotandleafhoppers. Insects discontinue feeding upon ingestion of Dollar resulting in starvation. Dollar may also be used to control Shoot Borer of sugarcane, Diamond back moth of cabbage and cauliower, fruit borer of brinjal, pest of chillies . DOLLAR 4G (Cartap Hydrochloride 4% GR)
  3. 3. Crop Rice when it is still covered by the brown hull is known as paddy. Rice elds are also called paddy elds or Ace paddies. South India consumes more Ace than any part of India. Rice can be used to produce Rice bran oil from its husk apart from using in regular culinarypurpose. There are many varieties of Ace cultivated across India. With proper led management practices and irrigation facility, Ace farming would be the protable in short period of time. In India, Ace is cultivated in Rabi and Kharif seasons. However, in some parts ofIndia,Aceis beingcultivated3times yearly. Paddy 7.5 - 10kg/acre Quantity
  4. 4. Stem borers can beat rice at any period of the plant from seedling to improvement. They support upon tillers and causes deadhearts or drying of the central tiller, in the midst of vegetative stage; and causes whiteheads at conceptive stage.The stem borer hatchlings bore at the base of the plants in the midst of the vegetative stage. On more prepared plants, they bore through the uppercenterpointsandsustaintowardthebase. The yellow stem borer is an irritation of deepwater rice. It is found in maritime circumstances where there is unending ooding. Second instar hatchlings encase themselves in body leaf wrappings to make tubes and isolate themselves from the leaf and falls onto the water surface.Theyjointhemselvestothetiller andpenetrateintothestem. Target Pest Stem Borer
  5. 5. The rice whorl maggot (RWM) was discovered as a pest of rice only in 1961. Its damage was not distinguished from that of other early season insect pests before the Green Revolution. The spread of irrigation and double-cropping allowed its density to increase and become noticeable. It is just as abundant on modern rice varieties as on traditional ones. Other rice-feeding Hydrellia species are leaf miners but the damage from RWM is different as it mines the unfurled leaf before it expands, thus creating a unique necrotic lesion along the margin of the leaf blade. RWM feeds on wetland rice and on a number of other Poaceaeandsomesedgesintherice eld. Most of the feeding is done during the rst four weeks after transplanting but damage is rare in direct seeded rice. It is most abundant in ooded, but not drained elds. Damage occurs most during the vegetative stage where new leaf unfurls and damage peaks at 4-5 weeks after transplanting. Minor damage can occur on developing spikelets resulting in unlled grains. Injury results in reduced plant height and root length delaying crop maturity. These effects occur unevenlyhill tohill. Target Pest Whorl maggot
  6. 6. Crop Cauliower Cauliower is one of a few vegetables in the species Brassica oleracea in the class Brassica, which is in the family Brassicaceae. It is a yearly plant that replicates by seed. Ordinarily, just the head is eaten – the consumable whitetissuesomeofthetime called "curd” The cauliower head is made out of a white inorescence meristem. Cauliower heads take after those in broccoli, which varies in having blossom buds asthepalatablepart.
  7. 7. Target Pest Diamond back moth The diamondback moth is one of the world’s most signicant agricultural pests, costing farmers billions of dollars every year. t feeds on brassica crops including cabbage, cauliower and broccoli, and it is well-known for its ability to develop resistance to synthetic and organic insecticides. New control methods for the diamondback moth are needed that are effective, sustainable and donotdisruptenvironmentallysensitivespecies like pollinators. The adult moth is approximately 8 to 9 mm long with a wing span of 12 to 15 mm. At rest, the moth folds its wings over the abdomen in a tent- like manner. The folded wings are upwards and outward at the tips. The wing tips are fringed with long hairs. Moths will utter up out of the canopy when the canopy is disturbed. The forewing margins have a series of yellow wavy markings. When the wings are folded while the moth is at rest, these markings come together to form three yellow diamonds,hencethename“diamondback.”
  8. 8. Crop Sugar cane Sugarcane is a tropical, perennial grass that forms lateral shoots at the base to produce multiple stems, typically three to four m (10 to 13 ft) high and about 5 cm (2 in) in diameter. The stems grow into cane stalk, which when mature constitutes around 75% of the entire plant. A mature stalk is typically composed of 11–16% ber, 12–16% soluble sugars, 2–3% nonsugars, and 63–73% water. A sugarcane crop is sensitive to the climate, soil type, irrigation, fertilizers, insects, disease control, varieties, and the harvest period. The average yield of cane stalk is 60–70 tonnes per hectare (24–28 long ton/acre; 27–31 short ton/acre) per year. However, this gure can vary between 30 and 180 tonnes per hectare depending on knowledge and crop management approach used in sugarcane cultivation. Sugarcaneis acashcrop,butit is alsousedaslivestock fodder
  9. 9. Target Pest Shoot Borer The sugarcane early shoot borer is a serious problem in sugarcane. 1-3 month old crops are highly susceptible. The caterpillarsoftheshootborercausedeadheartsinyoungplants. The young plants with dead hearts formed at shoot stage can be pulled out easily. The canes are damaged and also produce a foul odour. The centralwhorlofleavesdriesupinthedamagedplants.
  10. 10. Crop Chilli Chilli is one of the most important cash crops grown in Sri Lanka. It has become an essential ingredient in Sri Lankan meals. Percapita consumption of chilli in the form of dry chilli is estimated 2.84 kg per annum and the national annual requirement of dry chilli is around 57,400 mt. The annual production of dry chilli is about 7,500 Mt. Therefore, an amount of 49,928 Mt is imported(Year2015gures). Chilli contributes on an average Rs. 5,000 million to GDP and creates employment of 5.3 million work days annually. Chilli is extensively grown for dry chilli production, but part of the crop is harvested as green pods. The average extent under chilli at present is around 13,000 ha,ofwhich2/3 is cultivatedinmahaseason.
  11. 11. Target Pest Aphids The pest is active from 2nd week of transplanting and after 5th week of transplanting. Adults lie for 2 –3weeksandproduce8-22 Nymphsperday. B o t h w i n g e d a n d w i n g l e s s f o r m s b r e e d parthenogenetically. The nymphal period lasts for about7-9 days.Ithas12-14 generationsperyear.
  12. 12. THanKYOU ENRICHING LIVES, YIELDS PROSPERITY HPM Chemicals & Fertilizers Ltd.

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