Spraying of medicines on time to protect paddy from diseases
Kanpur, 21st September (H.S.). Considering the weather, there is a strong possibility of increasing diseases and pests in the paddy crop. In blast or gust disease, both leaves and stalk of paddy are affected, due to which the whole plant becomes dark in color and gets scorched. If such symptoms are seen, spray Carbendazim fifty percent drug after dissolving one kilogram or 600 grams of Tricyclozol in 1000 liters of water. This information was given by Dr. SK Vishwas, Professor and Head of the Department of Plant Pathology, CSA on Thursday.
He said that therefore farmers should identify diseases and pests well and use appropriate medicines. In the event of not being able to rescue in time, 35 to 40 percent of the farmer brothers have to bear the loss. Professor and Head of the Department of Plant Pathology, Chandrashekhar Azad University of Agriculture and Technology, Kanpur said that there is a strong possibility of disease and pest growth in paddy crop considering the weather.
Therefore, farmers should identify the diseases and pests well and use appropriate medicines. The color of the spots becomes straw-like due to the occurrence of scorch disease. In the condition of moisture or drought in the field, due to Haldia disease, the grains of earrings are surrounded by yellow aura. For proper control, spray Propiconazole 1.5 gm drug in 800 to 1000 liters of water and spray it at the stage of earing.
The media in-charge of the university, Dr. Khaleel Khan, while alerting the farmers, said that in this stage of paddy, the odorous insect, stem borer and hopper are the major pests. The yield is affected when they are planted. For proper control of odoriferous pest, spray Methyl parathion 2% dust @ 25 kg per hectare at flowering stage. For the control of stem borer, apply Cartop Hydrochloride 54% @ 18 kg per hectare in 3.5 cm standing water in paddy field. Farmers can protect their paddy crop by spraying Carbafiron 3G, 20 kg or Imidacloprid 17.8 SL at the rate of 0.5 ml per liter of water for the control of hopper pest.