Literature review of Korean rice pests
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Literature review of Korean rice pests by Korea (South). Nongchʻon Chinhŭngchʻŏng. Institute of Agricultural Science.

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Published by s.n.] in [s.l .
Written in English


  • Rice -- Diseases and pests.,
  • Rice -- Korea.

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Statementprepared by Institute of Agricultural Science, Office of Rural Development, Suweon.
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 46 p. :
Number of Pages46
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Open LibraryOL15529524M

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  The major arthropod natural enemies of major rice insect pests, including the rice stem borer C. suppressalis (Walker), the yellow rice borer T. incertulas (Walker), the rice leaf folder C. medinalis Guenee, and three species of planthoppers including N. lugens (Stål), S. furcifera (Horváth), and L. striatellus (Fallén), are shown in Table 4 (data from He et al., ). LITERATURE REVIEW LITERATURE REVIEW Origin of Aromatic Rice Aromatic rice has been introduced into the global market. Most of the trade in aromatic rice is from India, Pakistan and Thailand. Aromatic rice from India and Pakistan consists of Basmati types, while Thailand is the supplier of Jasmine rice. Other. Rice is rich in starch moderate in protein, poor in fat, iron and calcium provides about kcal (m) per g day weight (Wadswort ) Rice is a complete food, it does not contain some amount of thiamin, riboflavin and niacin but lacks in vitamin (A,D,C) The level of vitamin is considerably low in polished rice than in brown rice due to high content of b- complete vitamin in the bran. physical control of rice insects. Pp. In EA Heinrichs (ed.) Biology and Management of Rice Insects. International Rice Research Institute, Philippines, p. 62 References - continued. MacNally R and Fleishman E. Using indicator species to model species richness model development and predictions. Ecological Applications 12(1)

Approximately 75% of Korea’s rice acres are treated with insecticides [6]. Current research shows that in Korea, rice yield losses caused by insects and diseases are 16% when no fungicides and insecticides are applied [5]. Rice production in Korea increased from 4 million tons in to today’s level of 6 . Natural insect enemies of the rice pests are also killed when pesticides are applied and this can lead to an outbreak of other rice insect pests. Other ways to encourage natural pest enemies are to allow plants on the bunds and between fields to flower (yellow and white flowers attract natural enemies). Do not apply pesticide within 40 days of. insect pests in the rice after it is placed in storage. Strict sanitation on the farm, in elevators, warehouses, and mills, and the storage of rough and milled rice in structures that are tight enough for fumigation can do much to prevent serious losses from insect attack. This book effectively utilizes the unique knowledge and expertise of leading rice entomologists from Africa, Asia and the Americas to provide the first global coverage of rice insect pests. The discussion of each pest includes geographical distribution, plant hosts other than rice, description andbiology, plant damage and ecology.