E3S Web Conf.
Volume 421, 2023International Conference on Sustainable Management of Earth Resources and Biodiversity (SERBEMA-2023)
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Section||Ecology and Environment|
|Published online||06 September 2023|
Wheat thrips (Haplothrips tritici Kurd.) damage on grain crops in Uzbekistan
Research Institute of Plant Quarantine and Protection, Tashkent, 100003, Uzbekistan
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This article provides comprehensive insights into the detrimental impact of wheat thrips, a widespread and persistent pest that affects wheat crops within our country. The research delves into the conditions under which wheat thrips cause substantial harm to crops, taking into account the specific climatic factors present within our region. A comparative analysis of pest prevalence and the resulting damage was conducted between the years 2020 and 2023. The study underscores that wheat thrips infestation leads to significant harm across various growth stages of wheat, spanning from the tillering phase to the maturity phase. Through meticulous investigation, the research reveals that wheat thrips can be found at varying densities, ranging from 5 to 35 thrips per stem within typical agricultural fields. To enhance its content, the article is enriched with tables and images that illustrate the outcomes derived from the research. This visual and data-driven approach amplifies the understanding of the pest’s impact, its prevalence, and the associated damage it inflicts upon wheat crops.
Key words: Haplothrips tritici Kurd / wheat / spike / pest / plant / yield / grain / stem / cereals.
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