Secrets of getting higher yields taught at the farm clinic

“The current warm temperatures provide ample conditions for the pest to multiply by laying several eggs (just like armyworm in the corn family). It is important for farmers to spray for the interval of seven days to wipe out the moths and larvae and then also spray for 14 days to kill all the larvae that may have hatched from the eggs that are there,” he observed, adding that one has to alternate with other products to fight pest resistance.

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