Evaluation of different pesticidal plant extracts and soap solution against softscale (Homoptera L coccidae) attacking cordyine terminalis / by Estelita M. Castillo.

By: Contributor(s): Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Publication details: Indang, Cavite : 1999. Cavite State University- Main Campus,Description: xiii, 40 pages : illustrations ; 28 cmContent type:
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Abstract: CASTILLO, ESTELITA M. April 1999. Evaluation of Different Pesticidal Plant Extracts and Soap Solution against Soft Scale Attacking Cordyline terminalis. Thesis, BSA, Crop Protection, College of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Natural Resources, Cavite State University, Indang, Cavite Thesis Adviser: Dr. Evelyn Oquias Singson The experiment was conducted at the Research Laboratory of the Departments of Crop Protection from January to March, 1999 to determine the effect of pesticidal plant extracts, neem, makabuhai and psychic nut, soap solution and soap- pesticidal plant extract mixture against soft scale attacking ti plants (Cordyline terminalis). Two set of experiments were conducted. The first was performed to determine the most effective pesticidal plant extract while and the second was conducted to evaluate the effect of adding soap to the most effective pesticidal plant extract against soft scale. Experiments were laid out in Completely Randomized Design (CRD) and were replicated three times. Results showed that among the pesticidal plants evaluated, neem seed extract, was the most effective followed by makabuhai and psychic nut. However, Perla soap was equally effective as neem at 24 hours after treatment. An equal proportion of Perla soap solution and neem seed extract is more potent against soft scale of ti plants compared to the individual treatments. This indicate that Perla soap solution and neem seed extract when combined has synergistic action.
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Thesis (BSA - - Crop Protection) Cavite State University.

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CASTILLO, ESTELITA M. April 1999. Evaluation of Different Pesticidal Plant Extracts and Soap Solution against Soft Scale Attacking Cordyline terminalis. Thesis, BSA, Crop Protection, College of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Natural Resources, Cavite State University, Indang, Cavite Thesis Adviser: Dr. Evelyn Oquias Singson

The experiment was conducted at the Research Laboratory of the Departments of Crop Protection from January to March, 1999 to determine the effect of pesticidal plant extracts, neem, makabuhai and psychic nut, soap solution and soap- pesticidal plant extract mixture against soft scale attacking ti plants (Cordyline terminalis). Two set of experiments were conducted.

The first was performed to determine the most effective pesticidal plant extract while and the second was conducted to evaluate the effect of adding soap to the most effective pesticidal plant extract against soft scale. Experiments were laid out in Completely Randomized Design (CRD) and were replicated three times. Results showed that among the pesticidal plants evaluated, neem seed extract, was the most effective followed by makabuhai and psychic nut.

However, Perla soap was equally effective as neem at 24 hours after treatment. An equal proportion of Perla soap solution and neem seed extract is more potent against soft scale of ti plants compared to the individual treatments. This indicate that Perla soap solution and neem seed extract when combined has synergistic action.

Submitted to the University Library 04/13/1999 T-1886

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