Growers advised twice a week pest scouting to save cotton crops

Agriculture experts advised the growers to conduct pest scouting twice a week to save their present and next cotton crops from attack of ‘Gulabi Sundi’ (pink boll worm)

FAISALABAD: Agriculture experts advised the growers to conduct pest scouting twice a week to save their present and next cotton crops from attack of ‘Gulabi Sundi’ (pink bollworm).

A spokesman of the Agriculture Department said Wednesday that pink boll worm attacks cotton plants when they bring flowers and fruits. Therefore, the growers should use recommended pesticides to save their crops from the attack, he added.

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