GRSVGroundnut Ringspot Virus
GRSVGoat Respiratory Syncytial Virus (veterinary science)
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This study was conducted to determine effectiveness of joint foliar applications of spiromesifen, Chenopodium ambrosioide compared to spinetoram in controlling common blossom thrips and its transmitted GRSV on pepper.
We observed GRSV infected plants in all treatment plots on the first sampling date (Table 6).
The mean numbers of GRSV infected plants in various insecticide treatments for first 3 sampling did not differ from the untreated control (Table 8).
schultzei it was still able to spread GRSV (Table 11) to pepper crop.
schultzei population, imidacloprid as a plant drench followed by 2 drip applications of diamide insecticides provided significant reduction of GRSV infection.
schultzei and GRSV. Foliar application of diamide insecticide was more effective than soil application of the same.