What does mole cricket eat, harmful to the plant?

Jesse Pinkman
2020-11-16 11:23:35
Prevention and control of red spiders can be used when dicofol, malathion, amitraz and other drugs, when used with water diluted 1000 times spraying on the line. However, if there are many pests and the general drugs can not be controlled, 10% pyridaben 1000 times liquid can be used, or it can be mixed with 5.7% emamectin benzoate 3000 times liquid, so that the spraying effect will be better. In addition, natural enemies can be eliminated, and the maintenance environment should be changed in time, so as to effectively prevent and control them.

1. what does the mole cricket eat

It belongs to omnivorous pests, eating corn, grain seedlings, wheat seedlings, tender leaves, vegetable leaves, melon peel, sorghum and so on.If feeding, but also to feed cooked grain, wheat bran, peanut cake residue, bean cake and so on.

Is it harmful to plants

It is a veritable pest and does great harm to plants.When the crop is young, it will bite off the tender stem and eat the seeds.When the crop grows up, it will gnaw at the roots and bite into filaments.Therefore, if there are a large number of mole crickets in the field, crops will be difficult to survive.Once found, measures must be taken as soon as possible to prevent and control them, so as to avoid mass reproduction and harm crops.

3. How to prevent and control

1. Dung pit trapping and killing: When preventing and controlling, a pit can be dug at intervals of about 50 cm deep in the plot with heavy hazards.In the evening, fresh cow dung is put on, sentiment is covered on it, and the grass is removed the next day for artificial killing.

Mole cricket

2. Poisonous bait: Dissolve trichlorfon in a proper amount of warm water, and then mix it with stir-fried wheat bran. When mixing, add a proper amount of clear water to make a poisonous bait, which can be scattered into the field in the evening to trap and kill mole crickets.

3. Light trapping: It has phototaxis. If conditions permit, light trapping can be used, especially before rainfall or when the weather is sultry, the trapping effect in such an environment will be better.

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