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Incidence and management of hairy caterpillar, Spilarctia obliqua (Walk.) on sesame were studied in the field and laboratory of the Oilseed Research Centre, BARI, Gazipur, during March to July, 2000 and 2001, respectively. The pest appeared in the sesame crop in the fourth week of April at the flowering stage at 45-55 Days After Sowing (DAS) and remained up to third week of June at the pod maturity stage at 90-95 DAS. The peak populations of S. obliqua (4.00 -4.50 larvae per plant) and theirdoi:10.3329/jard.v4i1.774 fatcat:sxveonwadfgbxmmccjviyzhe7m