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Distribution of termites and yield loss in potato-based cropping sequence in Western Uttar Pradesh


, : Distribution of termites and yield loss in potato-based cropping sequence in Western Uttar Pradesh. Journal of the Indian Potato Association 28(1): 119-120

Surveys were conducted during 2000 and 2001 in Meerut, Bagpat, Ghaziabad, Bulandshar and Muzaffarnagar districts of Western Uttar Pradesh, India to assess the percent incidence and yield reduction in rotation crops sugarcane, potato, pulses (mung beans and urd beans and wheat due to termite infestation. Maximum termite incidence (49%) and yield reduction (32.6%) were observed in pulses in the Bagpat District.

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