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Journal For The Year 2017 First Issue

Occurrence and prevalence of diseases and insect pests on vegetable crops in Zoba Anseba, Eritrea

Syed Danish Yaseen Naqvi, Adugna Haile, Sethumadhava Rao, Belay Teweldemedhin and Virendra Kumar Sharma (2017)
Hamelmalo Agricultural College, Hamelmalo, Eritrea. E-mail: syeddanishnaqvi84@gmail.com

Effect of sowing dates and abiotic variables on natural incidence of predators and parasitoids of aphid species infesting yellow mustard (Brassica campestris)

Shabistana Nisar and Parvez Qamar Rizvi (2017)
Department of Plant Protection, Faculty of Agricultural Sciences, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh- U.P, India, 202002 E-mail: shabistanisar08@gmail.com

Evaluation of husbandry, insect pests, diseases and management practices of vegetables cultivated in Zoba Anseba, Eritrea

Syed Danish Yaseen Naqvi, Adugna Haile, Sethumadhava Rao, Belay Teweldemedhin, Virendrakumar Sharma and Aggrey Bernard Nyende (2017)
Hamelmalo Agricultural College, Hamelmalo, Eritrea, 1Jommo Kenyata University of Agriculture and Technology, Nairobi, Kenya. E-mail: syeddanishnaqvi84@gmail.com

Field evaluation of entomopathogenic fungi for the management of cowpea aphid, Aphis craccivora in lucerne

N.S. Kulkarni* (2017)
IGFRI, RRS, Opposite UAS- Dharwad, PB Road, Dharwad - 580 005, Karnataka *Email: narendrask@yahoo.co.in

Species richness and abundance of insect pollinators on pear blossoms in Kashmir Himalayans

Shahzada Ramzan, M.A. Paray, S.H. Parrey, Munazah Yaqoob, Rizwana Khurshid, Shifa and Deelak Amin (2017)
Research and Training Centre for Pollinators, Pollinizers and Pollination Management, SKUAST-K, Shalimar - 190 025

Insecticidal potential of phytogenic grain protectants against stored grain pests of wheat in different storage structures

Ritu Srivastava1 and Diwakar Singh (2017)
1Department of Botany, University of Lucknow, Lucknow e-mail: ritu2864@rediffmail.com
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