Study on Eco Friendly, Economically Viable Plant Protection Products
Technological Innovation in Pharmaceutical Research Vol. 10,
3 August 2021
Beans are one of the world's most consumed and widely grown vegetable crops, but their yield is hampered by a variety of diseases caused by whiteflies and other insects.Whiteflies can also spread a variety of viral diseases to beans. Bean Common Mosaic Virus (BCMV), Bean Yellow Mosaic Virus (BYMV), Bean Golden Mosaic Virus (BGMV) etc. A variety of synthetic pesticides have been used in agriculture to control insects, which damage the plant and have a negative impact on the environment; however, their negative impact on the environment necessitates the use of more environmentally friendly methods for pest management. This paper discusses the synthesis, physicochemical characterization, and application of a mixture of potassium palmitate and pyrethroids; pyrethroids, and potassium stearate as non- persistent insecticides against whiteflies found on bean plants, as well as the use of the T-test to compare the efficacy of prepared insecticidal formulations.
- physico-chemical characterization and protection products
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