alexa Abstract | Important Natural Enemies of Paddy Insect Pests in the Upper Gangetic Plains of West Bengal, India

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Survey was conducted at six districts of northern parts of Bengal to investigate the occurrence of natural enemies of insect pests of paddy. A total of 49 predators and 7 parasitoid species were recorded. Spiders appeared to be the most abundant among the predators followed by coleopterans. Greater abundances of enemies of pests were noticed at IPM and SRI fields.

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Author(s): K. Chakraborty, M. N. Moitra*, A. K. Sanyal, P. C. Rath


Insect pest of paddy, Natural enemies of pest, Predators, Plant Sciences and Environmental Sciences

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