Data on shoot borer, Chilo infuscatellus Snell., infestation and granulosis virus infection were collected from sugarcane planted during early. Family – Pyralidae. Genus – Chilo. Species – infuscatellus. Distribution: It is a major pest of sugarcane and is prevalent in all the cane growing areas of India. PDF | Studies regarding the management of sugarcane stem borer, Chilo infuscatellus through different release levels of Trichogramma.

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Shoot Borer (Chilo infuscatellus): Distribution in India, Life Cycle and Control

During winter months the larvae undergoes hibernation. It may appear in February but the general time of appearenge in Indian conditions is March-May. While feeding the caterpillars moves upward as well as downward and may reach the roots. Product Description We are reckoned amongst the clients for offering a quality tested array of Chilo Infuscatellus. Four to five generations are repeated in an year.

View Contact Call Seller Now. Retrieved 17 May Lepidoptera and Some Other Life Forms. Cookies on Plantwise Knowledge Bank Like most websites we use cookies. The eggs are creamy-white in colour and has scale like appearence.

Care should be taken that the larvae and pupae may not come out from the removed plants. Retrieved 27 November Shoot Borer Chilo infuscatellus: Get best deals for coconut.


The significant characteristic feature of the larvae is that they bore in and bore out a number of times, either in the same stalk or in the neighbouring ones. Removal of affected plants having dead heart right from the ground level. Chio of Employees 26 to 50 People. Close Find out more.

Infusctaellus, the Chilo Infuscatellus we offer has long life. Cultural Control Various cultural measures have been recommended, but may not always be practicable in sugar plantations.

The eggs are laid in the clusters of eggs on the under surface of the leaves by the side of the mid rib.

The Chilo Infuscatellus we offer is mostly found in farms and gardens. Call Send a quick message. Xhilo Moths described in Reckoned for their matchless quality, Ponalab products are in huge demand from the farmers both in India and abroad.

In Tamil Nadu, field trials in sugarcane indicated that the application of insecticides against C.

These are both described here. Anatomical, physical and chemical characteristics of four different cultivars were assessed in India by Kennedy and Nachiappan and they concluded that factors conferring resistance included a relatively thick sclerenchymatous layer of tissue in the leaf-sheaths, shorter vascular bundle distance, higher compressive strength of stalks, higher tillering ability, high contents of silica, potassium, magnesium, phenol and ascorbic acid and low contents of nitrogen, chlorophyll and amino acids.


Using an exponential regression equation infuscatellys the author to calculate yield reduction and gave reliable results An, Singh and Singh also reported that chemical treatment reduced the number of plants attacked by C. Nature of Business Exporter. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Leaf Hopper Chilo infuscatellus: The pupal period lasts a little more than a week after which the moth emerges out from the exit hole prepared by the larva before pupation.

Shoot Borer (Chilo infuscatellus): Distribution in India, Life Cycle and Control

Infestation of intemods makes the matured cane hard, devoid of juice which becomes difficult to mill. Year of Establishment Conservation, mass rearing and release of indigenous parasitoids has been more successful. The hindwings are creamy white with pale, buff tips. The indigenous strain was more effective in controlling C.

Older larvae tunnel in stems eating out extensive galleries and excreting frass, which resembles moist sawdust. Differences between pest incidence and cane yield were wider infuscatellis mid-March and mid-April than between mid-February and mid-March plantings Duhra et al.