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beginner from hyderabad
November 2, 2011 - 7:21 pm
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Hi guys i am beginner n just started with tomato and brinjal plants. pests as shown in pic attacked the plant as it started to bear fruit. now it has two fruits already. i tried spraying panchagavya and also remove the pest physically by brushing them off. now pls tell me what is this pest and how can i remove the pests in future.'feat=directlink

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November 2, 2011 - 8:26 pm
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it looks like mealy bugs usually seen on the stems and underside of the leaf.


there soft bodied and found as a cluster.


spary neem oil-10ml+5ml vim liquid wash in 1 litre of water


or u can try garlic,chilli,ginger extract.


18gms of garlic+9gms of green chillies+ 9 gms ginger. dissolved in 1 litre of water.

500 ml of this extarct can be mixed with 5 litres of water and 100 ml soap solution and sprayed.

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