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Mango midge attack on mango flowers right after emergence of inflorescence

As soon as the inflorescence emerges in mango trees, the mango midge starts attacking. Due to the infestation of the mango midge, inflorescence is completely damage and on the twigs which it attacks, all the flowers coming out from the respective twig dries up.
To examine the presence of mango midge, apply three to four square meter of transparent plastic sheets around tree canopy under the flowering branches facing south and then inspect daily. If thin caterpillars are observed on the plastic sheet then plants should be irrigated immediately.
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