World Journal of
Pharmaceutical and Life Sciences

An International Peer Reviewed Journal for Pharmaceutical and Life Sciences
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Abstract

THE BIO-INSECTICIDAL POTENCY OF SOME BOTANICAL EXTRACTS AGAINST COWPEA BEETLE CALLOSOBRUCHUS MACULATUS F. (COLEOPTERA: CHRYSOMELIDAE) UNDER LABORATORY CONDITIONS

Hussein Ali Salim*, Majida Hadi Mahdi, Mohammed Nadeem Kasim Hantoosh, Donia Ali Zedan and Balkees Othman Rosoki

ABSTRACT

Two experiments were conducted at the laboratory of plant pathology, Directorate of Diyala Agriculture during 2017 to study the efficacy of aqueous botanical extracts viz. Moringa oleifera, Origanum majorana, Artemisia vulgaris, Trigonella foenum and Syzygium aromaticum with three concentrations 10, 20, and 30% against cowpea beetle Callosobruchus maculatus F. under laboratory conditions. S. aromaticum concentration 30% showed higher repellency percentage was reached 66. 6% and 86. 6% after 20 and 30 minute respectively, whereas the average of repellency for botanical extracts after 30 Minute was highest in S. aromaticum and T. foenum were reached 57. 7% and 46. 6 % respectively. Percentage mortality of C. maculatus was Highest in S. aromaticum conc. 30% reached 26. 6% and 60 % followed by T. foenum conc. 10% which recorded 20% and 33. 3% respectively with significantly different from other treatments after one and two days. after three days a mortality percentage of C. maculatus was increased in S. aromaticum conc. 30% and 20 % reached 73. 3% and 40% respectively followed by T. foenum conc. 10% and 20% which recorded 33. 3% and 26. 6 % respectively and M. oleifera conc. 20% and 30% reached 26. 6% with significantly different from control 0%.

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