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Studies on ecology and control of the rice gall midge in Thailand

Terunobu Hidaka

Studies on ecology and control of the rice gall midge in Thailand

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Published by Tropical Agriculture Research Center in Tokyo .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Terunobu Hidaka, Precha Vungsilabutr and Sawang Kadkao.
SeriesTechnical bulletin TARC -- no.6
ContributionsVungsilabutr, Precha., Kadkao, Sawang., Nettai Nogyo Kenkyu Senta.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18281997M

You can learn more about rice seed midge by clicking here. Rice seed midge larvae injure rice seedlings by feeding on the roots and seeds of young seedlings. Begin scouting for seed midges 5 to 7 days after seeding the field. Look for hollow seeds and chewing marks on the seed, roots, or seedlings. If you confirm rice seed midge in a field.


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Studies on ecology and control of the rice gall midge in Thailand by Terunobu Hidaka Download PDF EPUB FB2

In a review of the taxonomy of the rice gall-midge long known as Pachydiplosis oryzae (Wood-Mason), the authors draw attention to a catalogue by M.D. Delfinado & D.E. Hardy published in [RAE/A 62, 90] in which the species is transferred to the genus Orseolia, since Pachydiplosis has been of the information in this paper on the ecology and control of this important Cited by: 8.

Orseolia oryzae, also called the Asian rice gall midge, is a species of small fly in the family is a major insect pest of rice. The damage to the crop is done by the larvae which form galls commonly known as "silver shoots" or "onion shoots".Family: Cecidomyiidae.

Heinrichs EA; Pathak PK, Resistance to the rice gall midge, Orseolia oryzae in rice. Insect Science and its Application, 1(2) Hidaka T; Vungsilabutr P; Kadkao S, Studies on ecology and control of the rice gall midge in Thailand.

Technical Bulletin, Tropical Agriculture Research Center, No. Hill DS, Cecidomyiidae are very fragile small insects usually only 2–3 mm (– in) in length; many are less than 1 mm ( in) long.

They are characterised by hairy wings, unusual in the order Diptera, and have long than 6, species and genera are described worldwide, but since 1, are from well-studied North America, this is certainly an underestimate, and a recent Class: Insecta. Hidaka T, Vungsilabutr P, Kadkao S () Studies on ecology and control of the rice gall midge in Thailand.

Tropical Agriculture Research Center Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry Japan, Tokyo. Google ScholarCited by: Aspects of biology, ecology and parasitization of the African rice Studies on ecology and control of the rice gall midge in Thailand book midge (ARGM), Orseolia oryzivora Harris and Gagné, were studied in the greenhouse and in the field in growing season in south east Nigeria.

ARGM eggs hatched in 3 days and development (egg-adult) was completed in 26 days. Gall midge: Orseolia oryzae Wood - Mason (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae) Local name: Kane Vernacular name: Aane kombu Damage symptoms: • The maggot feed on the apical point of the central shoot.

• It resembles as an onion leaf glistens in the field and central shoot is converted to long tubular structure known as galls or silver shoots. rice gall midge collected from 15 locations in f i ve countries.

This study is, to our knowledge, the f irst application of AFLP analysis to biodiv ersity and e volutionary studies in.

Hidaka T, Vungsilabutor P, Kadkao S () Studies on ecology and control of rice gall midge in Thailand. Trop Agric Res Cent Tech Bull Google Scholar Israel P, Vedamurthy G, Rao YS () Varietal resistance to the gall midge, Pachydiplosis oryzae (Wood-Mason) and Author: Vijay Kumar Lingaraj, A.

Chakravarthy, Siddanagowda Ujjanagowda Patil. Complexity and adaptability of a traditional agricultural system: Case study of a gall midge resistant rice landrace from northern Thailand Studies on ecology.

and control of the rice gall. Gall midge: Orseolia oryzae Symptom of damage: Maggot feeds at the base of the growing shoot; Causing formation of a tube like gall that is Studies on ecology and control of the rice gall midge in Thailand book to “onion leaf”. Loevinsohn, M.

() The ecology and control of rice pests in relation to the intensity and synchrony of cultivation. Ph.D. thesis University of London, Centre for Environmental Technology. Miyashita, K. () Outbreaks and population fluctuations of insects with special reference to agricultural insects pests in by: Studies on Host-Plant Resistance in Rice to the Gall Midge, Studies on ecology and control of the rice gall midge in Thailand book oryzae (Wood-Mason) Studies on ecology and control of the rice gall midge in Thailand book Peries, I.d.r.

at Pemberley Books. In studies in northern Thailand to evaluate the extent of the yield losses attributable to attack by Orseolia oryzae (Wood-Mason), treatment 20 and 40 days after transplanting of a susceptible variety (RD1), a local variety (Leaung-Laung) and 2 recommended traditional varieties (Niew-San-Pa Tong and Dok-Ma-Li ) with granules containing 3% carbofuran at rates to give 1 kg a.i./ha reduced the Author: W.

Katanyukul, S. Kadkao, S. Boonkerd. seedlings (Naik,). Recent studies on gall midge biotypes revealed the presence of biotype 1 in maidan areas and biotype 2 in coastal areas of Karnataka (Vijayakumar, ).

Mechanical and cultural methods There were several mechanical and cultural methods recommended to control rice pests earlier. Clipping of leaf tips of rice seedlings at. Biology and pest status Bud and stem feeders/borers African rice gall midge.

In the latter part of the s, the African rice gall midge (ARGM), Orseolia oryzivora Harris and Gagnr, changed from a minor pest to the most important pest of rice in Nigeria (Harris and Gagnr, ; IITA, ).Cited by:   Rice pest book 1. Insect PestsOF RICE M.

Pathak and Z. Khan ICIPE International Centre of Insect Physiology and Ecology 2. The International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) was established in by the Ford and Rockefeller Foundations with the help and approval of the Government of the Philippines.

Cloning, Tissue Distribution, and Transmembrane Orientation of the Olfactory Co-Receptor Orco from Two Important Lepidopteran Rice Pests, the Leaffolder (Cnaphalocrocis medinalis) and the Striped Stem Borer (Chilo suppressalis). Journal of Cited by: species attack rice while rest are considered as friendly insects [5].

Almost 20 insects are considered as rice pests of economic importance that include stem borers, gall midge, defoliators and vectors like leafhoppers and plant hoppers that cause direct damages and transmit various diseases [6]. The stem borer, brown plant hopper, gal Cited by: 3. Rice production.

Africa produces an average of million tonnes of rough rice per year () on million ha, equivalent to and percent of the world's total production and rice area, respectively.

West Africa has the greatest rice area (Figure 1) in Africa ( percent), i.e. about million ha. This book is divided into six sections: 1) pests that only attack the early crop, 2) general defoliators that attack all growth stages, 3) stem borers, 4) plant suckers, 5) grain suckers, and 6) soil pests.

This identification guide to rice insect pests is a companion toFile Size: 9MB. Rice Seed Midge: Adult midges frequently swarm over rice fields and levees and other bodies of water.

This small insect resembles a mosquito but lacks wing margin scales and veins. Since the adults do not feed, only the larval stage damages rice.

Adults prefer to deposit their eggs in. have fruited as a book "Origin of cultivated rice" written by Dr. Oka in The area that has been covered in Oka's period was rather limited. In the case of wild rice, a large "empty zone" at which limited number of materials had been collected lies to southeastern Asia.

To survey wild and cultivated rice in this zone, the previous projects led. Gall midge (Orseolia oryzae Wood-Mason) is a major dipteran pest of rice. Tolerance to gall midge has also received much genetic study. Seven major genes responsible for gall midge resistance (Gm1, Gm2, gm3, Gm4, Gm5, Gm6(t), and Gm7(t)) have been tagged.

Wild rice has valuable genes for resistance to various pests, and the populations derived. SR Singh, HF van Emden, and T Ajibola Taylor (editors). Pests of Grain Legumes: Ecology and Control. Academic Press, London, pages.

(book by chapters) Chapter 0 Title0 Title, preface, list of contributors Chapter 1 Okigbo1BN Okigbo. Grain legumes in the agriculture of the tropics. Pages In: SR Singh, HF van Emden. Gall midge definition: any of various small fragile mosquito-like dipterous flies constituting the widely | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.

In Nigeria, neem seed extracts significantly suppressed African rice gall midge populations compared with the control treatment (Ogah and Ogbodo ). In India, soil preparation activities such as cleaning, manuring, irrigating, and hoeing also contribute to control of mango gall midges (PrasadGrover and PrasadGrover ).Cited by: 2.

The African rice gall midge O. oryzivora Harris and Gagne (Figs. 95–97) is closely related to the Asian rice gall midge, O.

oryzae (Wood-Mason). It is the only known gall-forming insect in West. Biology and ecology of J-he rice stem borer (Chilo suppressalis Walker). Control of millet gall midge (Stenodiplosis panici) at the Kabardinskaya Gosudarstvennaya Selektsionnaya Stantsiia.

Different origins of. rice gall midge occurrence in : H C Sharma and J C Davies. Studies on the effect of methods of application of antagonists on plant growth and occurrence of brown leaf spot of rice caused by Bipolaris oryzae bredade hann.

Paper presented in the “International symposium on “ years of Rice Science and looking beyond” organized by TNAU, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India during January, vol. Future changes in the irrigated rice cropping system, such as direct seeding, chemical rather than manual weed control, mechanization and larger field sizes, will have significant impacts on spiders and other beneficials, thus disrupting natural biological control in rice.

Insect PESTS OF PADDY Yellow stem borer Brown Plant hopper(BPH) Earhead bug Gall midge or Gall fly Thrips Green leaf hoppers (GLH) Mealybugs Borer pests of paddy Scirpophaga incertulas Orseolia oryzae Sucking pests of paddy 1. Nephotettix nigropictus 2. Management of Mango Gall midges Cultural Control: Collect and destroy effected leaves.

Chemical Control Spray Carbaryl @ 4 g/l OR Chlorpyriphos 20 EC @ ml/l or dimetheate @ ml or phosphomedon @ml or monocrotophos @1ml. Rice gall midge parasite nomenclature Barrion, A.T. and J.A. Litsinger. Propicroscytus mirificus (Girault) (Hymenoptera: Pteromalidae): correct name for the larval parasite of rice gall midge.

International Rice Research Newsletter7(6): Pest, Diseases, Weeds of Rice & Their Management 1. Pests and diseases of Rice (a) Important Pest Stage Pests Control measures Nursery Stem-borer, gall midge, thrips, root-knot nematode, root nematode and white tip nematode For insect-pests and nematodes, apply Phorate 10 G @ kg/ha or Fipronil G @ 33 kg/ha of nursery, 5 to 7 daysFile Size: 48KB.

Inheritance of resistance to gall midge in five resistant rice cultivars was studied under conditions of natural infestation. All five cultivars were found to have a single dominant gene for resistance.

Allele tests revealed that Usha, Samridhi, and Bd have the same gene for resistance; this gene was designated Gm Surekha and IET have the same gene for resistance, which is Cited by: Recent studies have shown that ant behaviour following the initial identification of food location by scout ants may be even more complicated than it seems.

The complexity of the ants’ comprehension of its large environment. and their interactions with its components indicate. The gall midge induces cylindrical-shaped galls, proportionately more of which were located on primary lateral veins or midveins of the lower surface of host leaf, as compared with on the upper surface.

The main characteristic of well-developed galls and adults were observed and described, as well as the occurrence and harm of gall midge. INTRODUCTION. Rice (Oryza sativa) is the most widely consumed food crop and was grown on over million ha worldwide inwith over 18% grown in China ().As one of the centers of origin, China has been cultivating rice for over 7, years ().Rice is a staple food for over 1 billion people in China in addition to 2 billion people in other countries ().

Rice is a staple food in West Africa, where its demand keeps increasing due to population growth. Hence, there is an urgent need to identify high yielding rice cultivars that fulfill this demand locally. Rice hybrids are already known to significantly increase productivity. This study evaluated the potential of Asian hybrids with good adaptability to irrigated and rainfed lowland rice areas in Cited by: 3.

Katanyukul, Pdf. and Chandartat, C. Insect pests of upland rice and their control. Report of the first FAO/UNDP/Thailand training course on improved cultural practices for upland rice, Chiang Mai, Thailand, Oct Food and Agriculture Organisation, Rome, Italy, 22 p.

Google ScholarCited by: 9. Introduction. Rice is the most important cereal crops in the Asia-Pacific region, particularly China, India, Japan, Indonesia, and Vietnam, download pdf the brown planthopper (BPH, Nilaparvata lugens Stål) has become its most damaging insect pest.

In and China reported a combined rice production loss of million tons due to direct damage caused by BPH (Brar et al. ).Cited by: Brown Planthopper: Threat to Rice Production in Asia Paperback – January ebook, by Various Authors (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

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