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  • International Journal of Microbial Resource Technology

    ISSN 2278-3822
    Frequency: Quarterly
    We guarantee rapid publication. The journal is comprehensive.The journal is driven by international, well-known Editors.It provides an easy-to-use online submission and tracking system. It also provides innovative results and new imaging technologies.The journal regularly brings up-to-date with focused/current topics.Since the very ancient time man is exploiting Microorganisms as natural resources

  • IJMRT

    ISSN 2278 – 3822
    Frequency: Quarterly
    International Journal of Microbial Resource Technology (IJMRT) Guarantees rapid publication.This is comprehensive.The journal is driven by international, well-known Editors.It provides an easy-to-use online submission and tracking system. It also provides innovative results and new imaging technologies.

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    Microbiology, Ecology, Genetics and Cell Biology,Cell development, Microbial interactions, Advanced/new methodologies, Novel Molecular Biology methods , Microbial Physiology and Metabolism.

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  • Studies on pheromone catches of Helicoverpa armigera hubner and relation of moth activity with larval infestation on tomato in Baghpat Uttar Pradesh

    Mahesh Kumar, Pradip Kumar Sharma and Anirudh Kumar Sharma
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Attack of Helicoverpa armigera has led to several suicidal deaths in India on many crops. The present investigation was conducted in Lycopersicon esculentum field in Baraut, Baghpat of Uttar Pradesh (India). The maximum moth population was observed during the flowering of tomato plant. It causes about 40-60% tomato fruit losses between 21st-25th   standard weeks. Present study indicates that the installation pheromone traps optimum period during just before flowering of plant. It was followed by absence of egg laying, nonappearance of larvae and reduces the moth population enhancement in tomato as well as other related crops.

Keywords: Helicoverpa armigera, moths, Lycopersicon esculentum