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Evaluation of Some Potential Botanicals to Control Potato Tuber Moth, (Phthorimaea operculella) under Storage Condition at Bako, Western Ethiopia
International journal of phytopathology
Lantana camara, Eucalyptus globulus, Tagetus minuta, Pyrethrum flowers and Azaddiractha indica, were evaluated against potato tuber moth damage with two checks (Diazinon 60% EC and untreated check) at Bako Agricultural Research Center in 2007/2008 and 2008/2009 cropping seasons. A total of 21 huts (cottages) were constructed from locally available materials. Inside each cottage (hut), 1m 2 bed was constructed 65 cm above the ground. Six hundred fifty (650) potato tubers were stored on the beddoi:10.33687/phytopath.001.01.0011 fatcat:kf5b6qkwznewxpvc66iuen7cja