Monitoring of the Fruit Flies (Bactrocera spp.) Infesting Jujube Orchard using Static Spinosad Traps

Monitoring of Bactrocera spp. by using static spinosad traps

Authors

  • Ariz Muhammad Pirzado Department of Entomology
  • Bhai Khan Solangi Department of Entomology, Faculty of Crop Protection, Sindh Agriculture University, Tandojam
  • Din Muhammad Soomro Department of Entomology, Faculty of Crop Protection, Sindh Agriculture University, Tandojam
  • Agha Mushtaque Ahmed Department of Entomology, Faculty of Crop Protection, Sindh Agriculture University, Tandojam
  • Khadim Hussain Wagan Department of Plant Pathology, Faculty of Crop Protection, Sindh Agriculture University, Tandojam
  • Faiza Abbasi Department of Statistics, Faculty of Agriculture Social Science, Sindh Agriculture University, Tandojam
  • Jawad Hyder Soomro Department of Entomology, Faculty of Crop Protection, Sindh Agriculture University, Tandojam
  • Shafee Muhammad Department of Entomology, Faculty of Crop Protection, Sindh Agriculture University, Tandojam
  • Abdul Rahman Tunio Department of Entomology, Faculty of Crop Protection, Sindh Agriculture University, Tandojam
  • Nimra Razzaq Department of Agronomy, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Agriculture Faisalabad, Faisalabad

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.53560/PPASB(59-4)736

Keywords:

Bactrocera zonata, Bactrocera dorsalis, Jujube, Methyl eugenol, Spinosad

Abstract

Fruit flies (Bactrocera spp.) are regarded as serious insect pests of fruits and vegetables in the world. The goal of this study was to examine the effect of spinosad traps on Bactrocera spp. at different heights 0, 1, 2, and 3 m on jujube tree during 2020-2021. Flies’ populations were counted weekly. The results revealed that the highest population of B. zonata (225.6 flies) were recorded at 2 m height on (22 October, 2020) and the lowest ones (21.6 flies) were recorded at the ground level (0 m height) during (4 February, 2021). However, the overall maximum catches were 158.95 at 2 m height and minimum was 68.72 at the ground level. Similarly, the maximum population of B. dorsalis was (50.5 flies) at 2 m height during (9 October, 2020), but the minimum (2.5 flies) was in the ground level during (4 February, 2021). The overall highest B. dorsalis catches were (43.50 flies) at 2 m height and the lowest
was (3.55 flies) at ground level. The population of B. zonata correlated positively (r= 0.2939**) with temperature, but negatively (r= -0.0223NS) with relative humidity. However, B. dorsalis populations was positive correlated with both of the temperature and relative humidity (r= 0.0261** and r= 0.0091NS, respectively). Ultimately, pheromone traps (Spinosad+Methyl eugenol) at 2 m height are highly recommended to catches both fruit flies (B. zonata and B. dorsalis) in Jujube Orchards.

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2022-12-12

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Ariz Muhammad Pirzado, Bhai Khan Solangi, Din Muhammad Soomro, Agha Mushtaque Ahmed, Khadim Hussain Wagan, Faiza Abbasi, Jawad Hyder Soomro, Shafee Muhammad, Abdul Rahman Tunio, & Nimra Razzaq. (2022). Monitoring of the Fruit Flies (Bactrocera spp.) Infesting Jujube Orchard using Static Spinosad Traps: Monitoring of Bactrocera spp. by using static spinosad traps. Proceedings of the Pakistan Academy of Sciences: B. Life and Environmental Sciences, 59(4), 27–34. https://doi.org/10.53560/PPASB(59-4)736

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