горчица белая (Sinapis alba)

Еffictiveness of insecticides in crops sinapis alba

On crops of white mustard on sod-slightly podzolic soil with a humus content of 2.6%, pests were registered: pests of beetles, bugs, and aphids. High efficiency of Sumi-alpha, EC was revealed with a consumption rate of 0.2 l/ha on the 20th day after treatment, the effectiveness against flea beetles, rape flower beetles, bugs and aphids was 92.6%, 93.4%, 97.5% and 98.5%, respectively.

Insecticide effect on sinapis alba pests

The most common pests have been identified on the seed crops of wild mustard on the sod-weakly podzolic soil of the Vologda region. They are wavy cabbage flea, black cabbage flea, rapeseed pollen beetle, cabbage bugs, herbal bugs, mustard bugs and cabbage aphids. A high efficiency of insecticides against pests has been established. Among them are Sumi-alpha, CE with a flow rate of 0.2 l /ha-93.5-99.3 %; Karate Zeon, ISS with a flow rate of 0.1 l/ha – 90.5-93.5% and Fastak, CE with a flow rate of 0.1 l / ha – 84.5-90.5 %.

Pests and diseases on the white mustard testes

On the white mustard testes on soddy-weakly podzolic soil is revealed a complex of pests belonging to the orders Coleoptera, Hymenoptera, Lepidoptera, Homoptera, and five types of fungal diseases. Spraying of 5% Sumi-alpha insecticide with a consumption rate of 0,2 l/ha reduces the number of pests on flea beetles, bedbugs, aphids, blossom veevers, cabbage whites and moths on the 25th day after applying by 90,5-99,3%.

Species composition and the influence of insects-pollinators on crops of sinapis alba

There are identified insects-pollinators, belonging to the orders Hymenoptera (7 species), Diptera (7 species) and Lepidoptera (1 species), on seed crops of white mustard (Sinapis alba) on sod-weakly podzolic soil. It is established sufficiently high utility of pollinators, increasing seed yield by 31,8 %.

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