Orange (Malta) fruit crop Guidelines for Ambia bahar 1

 

Orange (Malta) fruit crop Guidelines for Ambia bahar 1
Orange (Malta) fruit crop Guidelines for Ambia bahar 1

 


  Orange (Malta) fruit crop Guidelines for Ambia bahar 1


 

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 Infestation of citrus psylla occurs with the outburst of new leaves in Orange (Malta) Ambia bahar. The pest can cause a 100 percent flower drop if not controlled. The pest causes dieback and “Greening” disease in affected trees causing the slow decline. It can be controlled by spraying dimethoate 2 ml or acephate 2 g or imidacloprid 0.5 ml per liter water at the bud burst stage. Second spray should be carried after 10 days interval. Change the pesticides in subsequent sprays.


     Spray gibberallic acid 1.5 g with 1 kg urea in 100 litres water at the time of initiation of Ambia flush.


  For controlling Phytophthora diseases scrap out gum oozing portion by sharp knife, wash with potassium permaagnate solution (10 gms in one litre water) from the infected tree trunk and apply Mefenoxam M Z - 68 (Metalaxyl M 4% + Mancozeb 64 % wp) or fosetyl-Al paste.



Orange (Malta)


  The water requirement in this month is 8-40, 40-80, and 80-110 litres per day for tree of age 1-4, 5-7, 8 years old and above, respectively should be met with drip system. Use double ring method if there is no drip system. Mulching should be done in tree basin if not done earlier. For mulching grass, wheat husk near the tree trunk can be utilized start irrigation to the orchard for initiation of Ambia bahar as per the type of soil & stress received by the trees.




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