About the Practice

Farmers prepare an extract of tobacco leaves and mix it with equal quantities of bajra flour and butter milk.

About the Innovator

Knowledge Provider / Innovator: Vasava Maganbhai
Agro-Ecological Zone: Agro Ecological Sub Region (ICAR): North Sahyadris and konkan coast hot humid eco sub region (19.1) Agro-Climatic Zone (Planning Commission): Gujarat plains and Hills region (XIII) Agro Climatic Zone (NARP): South Gujarat heavy rainfall area (GJ-1); this disease is found in most chili growing regions around the world.
Address: Movani, Ahwa
District: Dang
State: Gujarat
PIN Code 394710

Practice Details

Crop: Chilli
Crop Scientific Name: (Capsicum annuum L.)
Crop Vernacular Name: Chili, mirch, lanka, marich
Formulation: Tobacco leaves extract, Bajra and buttermilk in the ratio of 1:1:1
Ingredients: Tobacco leaves, bajra flour, buttter milk

PAS 1:

"Tobacco leaf extract in boiled water is sprayed as pesticide, fermented buttermilk can be used against leaf eating caterpillars. Abhang, P. and Pathade, G., Indian species defined as a pest, usually because."

PAS 2:

"Use of rotten bajra flour for control of Powdery Mildew disease in
Cumin: Devjibhai Jerambhai Jograjiya from Bhavnaagr Gujarat got success for control of leaf-curl and flower dropping abnormalities in chilli and brinjal last year and received higher bloom"

PAS 3:

"Seed treatment with raw cow milk and Trichoderma viridae showed the reducing trends of chilli leaf curl disease incidence."

PAS 4:

"Chaubey, A.N., Mishra, R.S. and Singh, V., 2017. ECOFRIENDLY MANAGEMENT OF LEAF CURL DISEASE OF CHILLI THROUGH BOTANICAL BIO-PESTICIDES. Plant Archives, 17(1), pp.285-291."

PAS 5:

"Magsi, Fida & T.s, Syed & Memon, Anees & Bhutto, Zakir & Chang, Babar & Chandio, Maqsood & Soomro, Abid & Channa, Naveed. (2017). Effect of different tobacco extracts on the population buildup of sucking complex in okra crop. International Journal of Fauna and Biological Studies. 120. 120-123."

GIAN Reference: GIAN/UAL/398 - Practice ID: DTP0010000002227/Honey Bee, 4(2&3):19, 1993)

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