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Pest scouting of cotton must be done twice a week

Agriculture Department spokesman said that cotton is a sensitive crop due which it is more likely to damage from rain and humidity.

More rain has bad impact on cotton crop. Farmers must do pest scouting twice a week, after doing pest scouting if the insects attack increases economic threshold level, than with the advice of local agricultural experts use new pesticides spray to control them. Spokesperson further added that special attention must be given to control the population of white fly, aphid, thrips, pink bollworm, mealy bug, and army worm.

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