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A b s t r a c t A r t i c l e I n f o Each year, in agriculture, billions of dollars are spent worldwide in controlling insect pests. Lepidoptera is the second largest order of insects, with more than 150, 000 species worldwide, which causes yield loss of 30-35% from sowing up to storage condition. Until recently, broad spectrum chemical insecticides have been the primary control agent for agricultural pests, with about 40% targeted to the control of lepidopteran pests. Synthesis of silverdoi:10.20546/ijcrbp.2016.310.009 fatcat:c6bcm2gmyfgzvlb5pjkcignp2i