Leaf hopper

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(Zool.) any small jumping hemipterous insect of the genus Tettigonia, and allied genera. They live upon the leaves and twigs of plants. See Live hopper.

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Jujube is attacked by different insect pests including; Leaf roller, Hairy caterpillar, Jujube beetle, leaf hopper, Jassid and Thrip [6, 7].
2012) also found that imidacloprid was most effective in controlling the jassid and potato leaf hopper populations.
It also created a pesticide--successfully testing its ability to control paddy pests such as brown plant hopper and green leaf hopper.
A few years ago I got into my car in the driveway, and observed a leaf hopper on the outside of the windshield in front of me.
The grower can then treat just the yellow row, as needed, or occasionally the whole field "if the pests are flying insects or move by leaping, as the leaf hopper does.
A severe drought this year and the voracious Asian two-spotted leaf hopper are hurting the current crop.
The pooled data (2013-14 and 2014-15) showed that the population of leaf hopper before initiation of spray was uniform with the range of 13.
Key words: Chemical control, toxicity, insecticide rotation, organophosphates, predators, transgenic, Bt cotton, cotton leaf hopper, fibre characteristics of cotton spray regimes.
In case of moderately resistant (MR) rice genotypes for tungro and leaf hopper vector, all the genotypes expressed tungro resistance with a score of (3 or 5).
The leaf hopper population varies in different dates throughout the season with maximum population observed in the first week of July, 2012.
Abstract: Considering the importance of organic farming and the demand for safe food globally, the experiments regarding the performance evaluation of biopesticides (Biosal-neem formulation and bacterial derived Spinosad) in comparison with conventional insecticides (imidacloprid, endosulfan and profenofos) were carried out against potato leaf hopper on autumn potato crop.
Okra received the maximum number of eggs of leaf hopper and is most suitable host in nymph survival and feeding (Bernardo and Taylo, 1990; Sharma and Singh, 2002).