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Mr. Muhammad Salah-ud-Din Internship presentation

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Mr. Muhammad Salah-ud-Din Internship presentation

  1. 1. 5/31/20161 Internship Presentation
  2. 2. Final Internship Presentation Presentation on Internship at Entomological Research Sub Station (ERSS), Multan 5/31/2016 Internship Presentation2
  3. 3. Presented By 5/31/2016 Internship Presentation3
  4. 4. 5/31/2016 Internship Presentation4
  5. 5. Group Photo 5/31/2016 Internship Presentation5
  6. 6. Table Of Contents 1. Introduction to ERSS-Multan 2. Objective of ERSS-Multan 3. Staff of ERSS-Multan 4. Experiment No.1 5. Importance of Berseem 6. Objective 7. Introduction 5/31/2016 Internship Presentation6
  7. 7. Table Of Contents (Conti…) 8. Materials and Methods 9. Results 10. Experiment No.2 11. Objective 12. Introduction 13. Materials and Methods 14. Results 15. Participations 5/31/2016 Internship Presentation7
  8. 8. Introduction  Entomological Research Sub Station Multan was established in 1967 under Entomologist, Ayub Agricultural Research Institute, Faisalabad.  Insect pest management of major and minor crops of economic importance. 5/31/2016 Internship Presentation8
  9. 9. Objective  Survey, collection, rearing and identification of pest, parasites and predators  Focus on non-chemical methods of pest control  Development of forecasting models for the management of insect pest  Publications of research findings  Coordination with Entomological Research Institute on various research projects 5/31/2016 Internship Presentation9
  10. 10. Staff Assistant Entomologist (BPS-18) (1) Assistant Research Officers BPS-17(2) Field Man BPS-2(2) 5/31/2016 Internship Presentation10
  11. 11. Title 1: Study Lepidopterous pests fauna of berseem fodder in April-2016 5/31/2016 Internship Presentation11
  12. 12. Importance of Berseem  Berseem (Trifolium alexandrinum L.) is also called Egyptian clover  Leguminous winter fodder crop for livestock feeding  Enriches the fertility of the soil and improves its productivity 5/31/2016 Internship Presentation12
  13. 13. Importance of Berseem (Conti…)  Major Rabi fodder crop in Pakistan. It is called the ‘king of fodder’  use as green manure, provides soil cover and prevents erosion  Supplying protein,calcium,phosphorus and other minerals to soil and nutritional requirement to the cattle 5/31/2016 Internship Presentation13
  14. 14. Berseem Crops 5/31/2016 Internship Presentation14
  15. 15. Objectives  Identification of Lepidopterous pest fauna of berseem fodder and their preferred place of pupation 5/31/2016 Internship Presentation15
  16. 16. Introduction  It was first introduced in Sindh in 1904  It was cultivated in the Peshawar region in 1924, from where it moved to irrigated tracts of Punjab  Berseem has a shallow taproot. Its stems are hollow, branching at the base, with alternate leaves 5/31/2016 Internship Presentation16
  17. 17.  Flowers are yellowish-white.  Insect pest of Berseem can be suppressed by the presence of natural enemies  An experiment has been done to demonstrate the diversity of lepidopterous insect fauna on berseem fodder. 5/31/2016 Internship Presentation17 Introduction (Conti…)
  18. 18. Material and Methods  An experiment was conducted at Govt. Agriculture farm located at old Shujabad road, Multan.  The fodder crops were critically observed and collected full grown larvae of lepidopterous pest and brought to hot and cool chamber at ERSS, Multan. 5/31/2016 Internship Presentation18
  19. 19. Material and Methods (Conti…)  With help of polythene bags the pest was kept separately in glass jars by a layer of sand and mud.  The larvae were separated on the basis of shape and size. Fresh and tender berseem provided daily early in the morning 8.30 AM. 5/31/2016 Internship Presentation19
  20. 20.  Every morning cleaning the glass jars and counted the number of larvae. Characteristics of each group were recorded on note book.  Two samples of each group were preserved in formalin. The emerged moths will be pin and identified. The data will be arranged and analyzed statistically. 5/31/2016 Internship Presentation20 Material and Methods (Conti…)
  21. 21. 5/31/2016 Internship Presentation21 Material and Methods (Conti…)
  22. 22. Result Table: Data regarding collected larvae from berseem fodder 5/31/2016 Internship Presentation22 Date of collection of large sized larvae from berseem Number of larvae collected Moths emerged American bollworm Armyworm Cabbage semilooper others 18.4.2016 29 2 0 0 0 19.4.2016 17 0 0 0 0 21.4.2016 11 0 0 0 0
  23. 23. 5/31/2016 Internship Presentation23 Result (Conti…)
  24. 24. Title 2: Study on the alternate host plants of Whitefly in April-2016 5/31/2016 Internship Presentation24
  25. 25. Objectives  To know alternate host plant of whitefly for better management on cotton crop 5/31/2016 Internship Presentation25
  26. 26. Introduction  The Cotton whitefly (Bemisia tabaci) is thought to be introduced to the United States, Australia and several European countries by transferring on decorative plants and flowers, from tropical regions  Attacks on most vegetables, few ornamentals as well as agronomic crops in all over the world particularly in tropical and sub-tropical areas. 600 different species of plants are hosts of whitefly 5/31/2016 Internship Presentation26
  27. 27. Materials and Methods  Different areas have been selected for experiment where diversity of plants occurs.  Main experimental areas were Govt. Agriculture Farm (Multan), Cotton Research Station (Multan) and Floriculture and Landscaping Research Sub- Station (Multan). 5/31/2016 Internship Presentation27
  28. 28. Materials and Methods (Conti…)  125 different plants including ornamentals, vegetables fodder, weeds and fruit plants were observed  Ornamental plants identified with the help of gardener  Both identified and non-identified plants were observed 5/31/2016 Internship Presentation28
  29. 29. Materials and Methods (Conti…)  A whole plant was checked from each kind plant. Total number of whitefly host was counted and wrote on note book. 5/31/2016 Internship Presentation29
  30. 30. Result  We found that only 5 plants were infested with whitefly and other 125 plants were free from whitefly infestation.  Whitefly population was found in  Sunflower  Kali tori  Cotton  Fig  Okra 5/31/2016 Internship Presentation30
  31. 31. Result (Conti…)  In cotton, okra and sunflower average number of whitefly was 1 to 2 per leaf. In kali tori and fig average 1 number of whitefly was 1 per leaf.  Okra was found as most suitable host for whitefly in the month of April. 5/31/2016 Internship Presentation31
  32. 32. Result (Conti…) 5/31/2016 Internship Presentation32 Fig Tree Okra Crop
  33. 33. Result (Conti…) 5/31/2016 Internship Presentation33 Cotton Crop Turia Crop
  34. 34. Result (Conti…) 5/31/2016 Internship Presentation34 Sunflower Crop
  35. 35. Participations  Title 1: Study on effectiveness of various insecticides against American bollworm (Helicoverpa armigera) in tomato  Title 2: Study on Varietal Resistance of Rose flowers plant against flower thrips  Title 3: Studies on the efficacy of Methyl-eugenoltrap+ Malathion against fruit flies in Mango orchard (Govt. Agriculture Farm, Multan) without changing the lure  Title 4: Observation of Pink bollworm in Pheromone trap installed in cotton field and observation of larvae at flowering stage of cotton  Title 5: Observation of thrips and pink bollworm damage on cotton crop 5/31/2016 Internship Presentation35
  36. 36. 5/31/2016 Internship Presentation36 Thank You for Listening

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