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Tobacco: Natural Enemies

Natural Enemies of Tobacco Insect Pests

Parasitoids

Parasitoids - Tobbaco

Predators

Flowering plants that attract natural enemies/repel pests

Tobacco caterpillar:
Parasitoids: Trichogramma chilonis (egg),
Telenomus spp. (egg), Campoletis chloridae (larval), Peribea orbata (larval), Glipapanteles africanus (larval), Cotesia ruficrus (larval), Chelonus carbonator (larval), Blepherella setigera (pupal), Sarcophaga dux (pupal),
Sarcophaga albiceps (pupal), Brachimoria lasus (pupal), Lasiochalcidia erythropoda (pupal)
Predators: Chrysoperla zastrowi sillemi, C. crassinervis, king crow, braconid wasp, dragon fly, spider, praying mantis, Harpactor costalis, Rhynocoris fuscipes, R. squalis , Polistes stigma, Coranus spiniscutis, Andrellus spinidens.
• Castor can be grown as a trap crop along the
field border to attract the egg laying female
adult moths.
Attractant plants: Carrot family, sunflower
family, buckwheat, alfalfa, corn, shrubs (minute
pirate bug and lacewing).
• Nectar rich plants with small flowers i.e. anise,
caraway, dill, parsley, coriander, mustard,
sunflower, buckwheat and cowpea (wasp).
Whitefly:
Parasitoids: Encarsia sp., Eretmocerus mundus, Amitus aleurolobi (pupal)
Predators: Spiders, Chelomenus sexmaculatus, Verania discolor, Coccinella septumpunctata, Harmonia octomaculata.
Attractant plants: Potatoes, chilli, brinjal, maize,
pea, ginger, cole crops, groundnut, napier grass.
Trap crop: African marigold, sunflower, castor.
Repellent crop: Garlic.
Cut worm:
Parasitoids: Microgaster sp., Bracon kitcheneri, Fileanta ruficanda (larval).
Predators: Broscus punctatus, Liogryllus bimaculatus.
Attractant plants: Vegetables, sorghum,
sugarbeet.
Weeds: Poa pratensi, Rumex crispus;
Chenopodium album; Barbarea vulgaris.
Resistant/Tolerant varieties of tobacco
Pest Tolerant/ Resistant Variety*
Caterpillar Meenakshi (CR)
TMV VT-1158, CTRI Special (MR), Jayasree (MR)
Black Shank FCV (29)
Wilt
FCH-222
Other varieties Burley (3), Natu (5), Lanka (2), Chewing (17), Bidi (15), Cheroot (3), Cigar (4), Hookah & chewing (15), K 326, Rathna

IPM for Tobacco

To know the IPM practices for Tobacco, click here.

Source: NIPHM and Directorate of Plant Protection, Quarantine & Storage



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