Asked 17 months ago |
Fall Armyworm (FAW)
Intercroping maize with cowpea is one of the recommended cultural practices for FAW management. The cowpea provides conducive environment for the natural enemies. The intercrop also obstructs balooning larvae from reaching to the prefer host-maize. The larvae that lands in the cowpea plant starve and die. The so klin has not been scientifically proven to manage the FAW. In 2017 some farmers lost their crops after applying so klin powder. The maize under moisture stress scorched few days after the application.
No. it has not been scientifically proven to be effective
So Klin is not one of the recommended practices for management of Faw
mapping my farm
how do I map my farm?
Edited Question Title
Edited Question Content
How Does The Mapping Feature Work?
I'll appreciate a little help on how I can use myagro360 mobile to map my farm
I am looking for sour sop seedlings as early as possible anyone with information can contact me via 0241129575
I am a level 400 Geography student of University of Education, Winneba conducting a research entitled; "Implications of Agrochemical use in Vegetable ...