IPM practices impact for revival of cotton in south Punjab

by Muhammad Tahir

IPM is an excellent tool for managing pests of crops. On the cotton crop during the current year 2021, it was practised with full zeal. It was concluded that IPM can enhance the productivity of cotton growers. It delays chemical pesticide use which reduces the number of sprays and saves plants from chemical stress at an early stage. The use of biopesticide is a good tool for pest management as well as safe for beneficial fauna. According to many farmers, the use of plant extract has a positive impact on plant growth.

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