major pest and diseases of mango

Among them. biological and economic information on all these species is given, including data from SEM studies to determine useful but previously unknown taxonomic characters. but not the nut or stone. Sternochetus mangiferae (Fabricius) (Coleoptera: Curculionidae), charançon du noyau de la mangue, en... Pest categorisation of Sternochetus mangiferae. Eggs are, long, stout, yellowish ivory in colour with well-dened se, takes place in the tunnel and lasts for 20–25. Initially damage is caused by feeding on the outer coat of the, stone in a zig-zag fashion. India, China, Thailand, Mexico, Pakistan, Philippines, Indonesia, Brazil, Nigeria and Egypt are the major mango producing countries, Need based application of pesticides JPlant Gen Res 18(1):69–70, (Fabricius) (Coleoptera: Curculionidae). ), an evergreen and widely cultivated fruit crop of tropical and subtropical regions, is attacked by about 400 insect and mite pests. The Seychelles scale, Icerya seychellarum (Westwood, 1855) (Hemiptera: Coccomorpha: Monophlebidae), is reported for the first time in Italy. Adults emerge with the onset of monsoon and start mating. or, Mango Index Linked Information Mango Produce Facts, Mango Food Resource ( Oregon State University, Corvallis, Mango  an introductory description, Mangoes – Preparation and nutrition information – Preparation, cooking, and nutritional information for Mangoes. Full-grown caterpillar measures between 2.5 and 3, colour with whitish striations dorsally. A field experiment was conducted during 2006-2007 in a private orchard, in Multan, to assess the fruit loss in different genotypes of mango (Mangiferae indica) due to mango mealybug (Drosicha mangiferae Green) infestation and to determine relation of mango varieties morphological characters to abundance, preference and non preference of mango mealybugs. yellow or whitish in colour but with numerous dark setae on the body. Widely dispersed in the mango’s production area, it was reported in Guadeloupe in 1986. Mango malformation disease ; Anthracnose ; Bacterial flower disease; Bacterial black spot… This review emphasis recent advances in phylogeny, taxonomy, distribution, host-plant relationships, demography, population genetics, behavioral ecology, and some new control methods and management approaches. Singh J, Mukherjee IN (1989) Pest status of phytophagous mites in some northern states of India. Pest observations for loss assessment revealed that the fruits obtained in pests managed genotypes were statistically more than untreated i.e. Female beetle, lays eggs singly on the main trunk of relatively older mango trees between June and, August. Required fields are marked *. protect trunks from egg laying by adults (Shivananda etal. Introduction of beehives in the orchards during flowering season for increasing the number of pollinators. Establishment, spread and effectiveness of the encyrtid were very good, resulting in satisfactory control. Hortic, Singh G (2000) Physiology of shoot gall formation and its relationship with juvenility and ower-, ing in mango. Integrated Pest and Diseases Management in Mango video film prepared by Department of Entomology, Navsari Agricultural University, Navsari for farming community. Pupa undergoes. tion results in oral and foliar galls resembling witches’ broom (Ochoa etal. Normally the attack goes unnoticed till a branch or two starts shedding leaves and, drying up. Chahal BS, Singh D (1977) Bionomics and control of mango shoot borer, Walk. Freshly laid eggs look like a rectangular block with, rounded corners. The periodical moulting takes place, and the larva loses its origi-, sp., were noticed feeding voraciously on this coccid (T, ). It lasts from (1 to 2) months. They colonize on leaves, b, The infestation starts from April and gradually reaches a peak in June. Singh HS, Kishore K (2014) Status and strategies for red banded mango caterpillar, Singh G, Misra PN (1978) The mango shoot gall psyllid. the back. Insect pests. Other species of Bactrocecra, such as B. correcta (Bezzi). The damage in the early stage is not perceptible, b. the oozing of sticky uid from several places of the tree trunk and branches. Severe infection destroys the entire inflorescence resulting in no setting of fruits. Besides the above-mentioned pests, mango trees are occasionally attacked by a vari-, ety of other insect pests not considered economically signicant (Butani, With the onset of variety and location-specic commercial culti. The known major diseases of mango in the Philippines are anthracnose, diplodia stem-end rot, scab, and sooty mold. The Asian vegetable and mango IPM IL program will implement ecologically-based, participatory integrated pest management of insect pests, pathogens, and weeds. Mites, though in small proportion, form an important group as pests. However, the quality of mango fruits is mainly deteriorated by insect-pests complex. Mango scab. On the inorescence, the eggs are laid in the folds between, sepals and petals. Il dure de (1 à 2) mois. The caterpillars rst bore into the midribs for a few days and later tun-, nel into the shoot downwards. Domestic quarantine has a role to play in preventing further spread of these pests. Procecidochures utilis (Stone), a native of Mexico, is well established on crofton weed. Le charançon du noyau de la mangue, Sternochetus mangiferae (Fabricius), est un ravageur spécifique du manguier, classé comme insecte de quarantaine dans de nombreux pays producteurs de mangues où il n’est pas présent. The study was performed to evaluate bagging effects on insect-pests complex, yield and quality of mango fruits at private mango orchards located in Multan district. Similarly, average fruit lengths were greater i.e. Thrips colonize the leaves, inorescence, fruit and new ush and suck the sap by, inorescence and reducing fruit set, thrips cause serious bronzing of the fruit sur-, face due to the presence of air in emptied cell cavities that is more pronounced in, brown and get curled (Aliakbarpour and CheSalmah, preference to lower canopy over upper canop. - Sharing information, expertise, and technologies - Discounted participation in international conferences - Participation in human resource development programs, Back to > Major Fruits | Minor Fruits | Underutilized Fruits, Your email address will not be published. F, to constitute >95% of hopper population in the Philippines (Alam, recorded for the rst time in 1998in Queensland in a remote seaport but not spread to, Hoppers have a wedge-shaped body with broad head and narrow abdomen to. Generally, only a single larv, ment in each fruit, but as many as ve larvae ha, Extent of damage can be up to 60–65% in susceptible varieties like, an association between stone weevil infestation and fruit drop. Insect En, Institute of Horticultural Research, Bengaluru, pp14–15, Krull SME (2004) Studies on the mango-ecosystem in Papua New Guinea with special reference, Mani M (2016) Fruit crops: mango. is dark grey in colour, has two spots on the abdomen and scutellum and is relati, bigger of all three species, measuring 4.2–5mm, while, with three spots on the scutellum and a prominent white band across its light brown, scutellum, and measures 3.5mm in length (Butani, the owering shoots, ower buds or tender lea, 200 eggs. More research based on the Julie variety could be interesting to develop tolerant varieties. Discussion. Rastroccus invadens Williams accidentally introduced into the West African region in the early 1980s, has become a serious pest of mangoes in several African countries. Pests and Diseases. Bait splashes on the trunk, and branches with 10% jaggery +. Pruning of old trees may be done to open the canopy. The female leads a stationary life on the plant parts and suck, the cell sap. The female makes a boat-shaped cavity in the, skin (epicarp) into which an egg is deposited, which is covered with a brown e, through the esh of the fruit and into the seed. Postharvest dip treatment of fruits in carbendazim (0.1%) in hot water at 52+1oC for 15 minutes. Selective and need based bait spray. (Noctuidae: Lepidoptera). Pour deux variétés de manguiers, Julie et Irwin, un suivi des pontes bihebdomadaire a été réalisé du 11 avril au 2 juin 2005. Il attaque indifféremment toutes les variétés, mais, dans le cas de la variété Julie, les larves atteignent difficilement le stade adulte. fruit setting capacity of the tree is adversely affected. Amongst the non-dacine species, the capsule fly. Insect pests are. Entomopathogens were also found effective against mealyb. Vuill. Indiscriminate use of broad-spectrum insecticides has taken a toll of natural ene-, mies, leading to a spurt in sucking pests like thrips, mites, mealybugs, etc. directed to the trunk during off-season to kill adult weevils. Content available from Akshay Chakravarthy: All content in this area was uploaded by Akshay Chakravarthy on Oct 10, 2018, © Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd. 2018,, ICAR-Central Institute for Subtropical Horticulture, Lucknow, Burma region and has become naturalized and adapted throughout the tropics and, subtropics. Marked progress has been made in the control of diseases of such crops as asparagus, cab- bage, beans, tomatoes, potatoes, peas, lettuce, celery, and spinach through the breeding and selection of disease-resistant strains and varieties. In total, 57,600 fruit were sampled. They spin a cocoon, on which soil gets adhered. diapause in the soil instead of pupation. serious problem in the recent past (Jayanthi etal. Results. ). cal expansion of the pest. The midge has four larval instars. The rst sign of, infestation is the presence of a sap stain running from the caterpillar’s entry hole and, collecting on the drip point at the fruit apex. fruit, and the weevils leave the ripe fruit through a hole in the peel. L’insecte est présent sur la totalité de l’île. A single beetle lays up to 200 eggs, which hatch in 7–13days. Among the major diseases, powdery mildew, die-back, anthracnose, bacterial canker, sooty mould, Phorna blight. The larval cycle of S. mangiferae takes place entirely in the fruit, from the egg hatching to the adult stage. Curr Sci 47:467–468, ment, vol 5. to 70 per cent of fruit set. The mango leaf webber has in the recent past become a serious pest in Uttar Pradesh, Adult moths are medium sized, and sombre-coloured females lay their eggs on, leaves. ). and grow by feeding the sap and secrete waxy covering o, the body called puparium (Rawat and Jakhmola, The scale insects suck the plant sap. In due course of time, infested twigs dry, ing the middle of August coinciding with the nymphal emer, Mites are sporadic pests of mango but become serious following indiscriminate use, of insecticides against other sucking pests. India ranks rst and accounts for about 50% of the world’s mango produc-, tion with 2.5million hectares producing annually 18.0million tons. development and spread of horticultural pests and to the history of measures formulated for their control. Young infected fruits develop black spots, shrivel and drop off. The popu-, lation reaches a peak during March–April, and maximum and minimum tempera-, ture and relative humidity were major abiotic factors contributing to population, an important role in breeding of the hoppers. In: Pena JE (ed), tors: economic importance, natural enemies and control. owers in India, which caused scab-like feeding marks retarded fruit development. Fungal diseases; Alternaria leaf spots Alternaria alternata Alternaria tenuissima. Mango Produce Facts Linked from the Postharvest Outreach Program, UC Davis, Mango Overview, Propagation, And Agroforestry Uses Linked from Cornell University. India, pest damage varies in different agro-climatic regions across the country mainly due to differential impacts of abiotic factors such as temperature, rainfall and humidity. B. correcta is occasionally reported to dominate B. zonata and B. dorsalis on mango. Materials and method. In addition, climate change has induced the emergence of new pests or inadvertently encourages invasive. Black spots develop on panicles as well as on fruits. Bagged fruits had higher total soluble solids and slightly lower titratable acidity as compared to un-bagged fruits. The most predominant and widespread species are, restricted to the Indian subcontinent, some species of. Powered by WordPress. harmful pests and beneficial organisms. The two main diseases of mangoes are anthracnose and bacterial black spot. Similarly, Females begin oviposition 3–4days after mating, when the fruit is about marble. Larv, varies between 15 and 33days. mango malformation and fruit drop are the major disorders in the area. resulting from the juncture of the wings, runs along the back of the body. The sap darkens over time and becomes, beneath the skin surface, while later instars feed on the seed itself (Kalshoven. Apply grease. After hatching, the larv, black mass. It could also be controlled by spraying of Nottasul + Metacin + gumacasea (0.2% + 0.1% + 0.3%). Considering the criteria within the remit of EFSA to assess the status as a potential Union quarantine pest (QP), as a potential protected zone quarantine pest (PZQP) or as a potential regulated non-quarantine pest (RNQP), S. mangiferae meets with no uncertainties the criteria for consideration as a potential Union QP, as it is absent from the EU, potential pathways for entry exist, and its establishment would cause an economic impact. Therefore, protection of these flower panicles against biotic and abiotic stresses is very important. La larve se nourrit de leur amande. Northern T, Department of Primary Industry and Fisheries, Darwin, 2pp, especially from an economic point of view, Grover P (1986) Integrated control of midge pests. Urophora stylata (Fubricius). © 2018 European Food Safety Authority. A survey of the pest was carried out on the whole of the Guadeloupe Island. hatched nymph appears yellowish but change in size and colour with time. November–December exposes pupae to hot sun and predators. and the pupal instar is inactive. (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) in India. The larvae pupate, in soil (5–10cm), and ies start emerging from, lation during May to July, which coincides with fruit maturity, ovipositional marks on the skin. at fortnightly intervals by changing the chemical from the emergence of new ush. APHIS protects the United States agricultural interests related to non-native plants, animals, insects and diseases as well as monitoring and managing existing agricultural pests and diseases. Spraying of Carbaryl (0.2%) or Quinalphos (0.05%) or Monocrotophos (0.04%) at fortnightly intervals from the commencement of new flush gives effective control of the pest. The trees, which are, double worked, are more susceptible to shoot borers. Le cycle larvaire de S. mangiferae a lieu entièrement dans le fruit, de l’éclosion de l’œuf au stade adulte. Major losses occur from flowering to fruit set and again after harvest. The insect. There are three to ve overlapping generations from January, to March; thereafter, the weather conditions turn unfav. The prepupal instar is nearly inactive. Isolate of this fungus from mango mealy bug was mass multiplied on maize grains. Mango (Mangifera indica Linn. al., 1998). It is distributed in plains of northern India, Nepal. A brief description of the biology and control of major pests of mango is given below. Pest Manag Hortic Ecosyst, Lethierry India. The adult female produces numerous minute eggs in a pouch. Moths live up to 15days. Taxonomic. Damaged stones lose their viability, and the fruits are unsuitable for, consumption and processing. Unlike anthracnose, scabs do not expand after harvest, nor develop into a rot. The larvae make tunnels in the axis and destroy the inorescence, of the fruit. The damage results in yellowing of branches fol, lowed by drying and dieback of terminal shoots and branches ultimately leading to, of Horticultural Research, Bengaluru, which when applied on the stem along, with an insecticide (dichlorovos) and a fungicide (Copper oxychloride) helps to. Most are poorly known biologically, and knowledge is basically restricted to seven economically important species: fraterculus, grandis, ludens, obliqua, serpentina, striata, and suspensa. The pest is, more common in south India where late varieties suffer the most. Cecidol Int 7:1–28, Hampson GF (1896) The Fauna of British India including Ceylon and Burma. Besides, leafhoppers excrete honey dew, which attracts sooty mould and affects photosynthetic efciency (Butani, case of severe infestation, leaves and fruits w. Damp and shady places are more congenial for hoppers during summer. Depending on the prevailing weather conditions blossom blight may vary in severity from slight to a heavy infection of the panicles. The behavior of six mango varieties was observed by comparison with the weevil attacks. Larvae of S. mangiferae have been detected several times in mango fruit imported into the EU. (Fabricius), and one buprestid in Karnataka. Mango (Mangifera indica L.), being an evergreen perennial tree, harbours diverse arthropod fauna at different phenological stages. Pruning of shoots bearing malformed panicles Deblossoming of early emerged / infested panicles. It has also been reported from Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, China, Oval, pale yellow eggs are laid singly on tender shoot or o, in 2–3days. In general, food crops are more sensitive to climate change in comparison to perennial fruit tree species as they inherently possess adaptive traits leading to their increased resilience to climate change. The mango, bud mite attack results in proliferation of shoots on the terminal, giving rise to a. witches’ broom effect. up to 100–150mm in length. Bhole SD, Jadhav VS, Dumbre RB, Dalvi CS (1987) Seasonal incidence and chemical control of, mango nursery pests in the Konkan region. Generally more than 15-year-old trees or those already weakened from other, causes, either pathological or environmental, are more vulnerable to attack by stem, under the bark.

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