Technologies Developed

Field kit for the multiplication and emergence of natural enemies:

Standardized and Validated for:
  • Sesame crop in village Bhora Khurd: Distt. Gurgaon, Haryana
  • Basmati rice  in village Sabouli, Distt. Sonepat: Haryana
  • Chickpea, IARI, New Delhi

Location specific IPM modules validated for Cotton, Basmati Rice, Mustard, Groundnut, Chickpea, Okra, Brinjal, Cauliflower, Cabbage and Tamato crops

Pest Management Information System (PMIS) Generic for all major mandate crops

e-Pest surviellance system: An Internet based application for pest monitoring 

Egg cleaning Device:  for collecting and  cleaning Corcyra eggs from insect scales

Corcyra egg sterilisation chamber: for sterilisation of Corycra eggs for the preparation of Tricho cards at large scale.

Aerial insect trap: for sampling & tapping air borne insects including natural enemies

TMC 1.5 Forecasting of Cotton Sapfeeders & Insecticide Calculator

CROPSAP: IFC Insecticide and Fungicide Calculator

Android Application (Updated 30/01/2019) QR Code
(Scan to Download)
Brinjal Insecticide & Fungicide Calculator (Brinjal-IFC) (size 0.44MB)
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Cabbage Insecticide & Fungicide Calculator (Cabbage-IFC) (size 0.37MB)
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Cauliflower Insecticide & Fungicide Calculator (Cauliflower-IFC) (size 0.44MB)
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Chilli Insecticide & Fungicide Calculator (Chilli-IFC) (size 0.32MB)
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Cotton Insecticide & Fungicide Calculator (CIFC) (size 0.38MB)
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Okra Insecticide & Fungicide Calculator (Okra-IFC) (size 0.32MB)
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For Additional tools also refer
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