what is pest and pests of crops




types of pest

Insect pest are those insects that cause physical damage to crops. Insects belong to the group arthropods.
Generally pests reduce crop yield both in quality and quantity.
Classify insect pests into feeding groups
Name important field and storage pest of crops
Identify nature of damage to crops
State preventive and control measures
State other important pests of crops
Identify the nature of their damage to crops
State the preventive and control measures

list of pests of crop

1. Stem borer (Sesamia spp)
2. Boring insect Pests
3. Aphids
4. Pod Borers (Maruca tesulalis
5. Cassava mealy bug (phenacoccus Manihoti
6. Variegated Grasshopper (Zonocerus variegates)
7. Rodents
8. Amnemus weevil (Amnemus sp.)
9. Ants, Seed harvesting (Pheidole)
10. Aphids (various)
11. Aphid, Soybean (Aphis glycine)
12. Aphid, Spotted alfalfa (Therioaphis trifolii)
13. Aphid, Turnip (Lipaphis erysimi)
14. Aphid, Wheat (Rhopalosiphum padi)
15. Armyworms (various)
16. Armyworm, Common (Leucania convecta)
17. Armyworm, Dayfeeding (Spodoptera exempta)
18. Armyworm, Lawn (Spodoptera mauritia)
19. Armyworm, Lesser (Spodoptera exigua)
20. Armyworm, Northern (Mythimna separata)
21. Armyworm, Sugarcane (Leucania stenographa)
22. Australian plague locust (Chortoicetes terminifera)
23. Bean fly (Ophiomyia phaseoli)
24. Bean leafroller (Omiodes diemenalis)
25. Bean looper or Mocis (Mocis alterna)
26. Bean podborer (Maruca vitrata)
27. Bean spider mite (Tetranychus ludeni)
28. Beet webworm (Spoladea recurvalis)
29. Black field cricket (Teleogryllus commodus, T. oceanicus, Lepidogryllus parvulus)
30. Black field earwig (Nala lividipes)
31. Black leaf beetle (Rhyparida nitida)
32. Black sunflower scarab (Pseudoheteronyx sp.)
33. Bluegreen aphid (Acyrthosiphon kondoi)
34. Blue oat mite (Penthaleus major)
35. Brown bean bug, Large (Riptortus serripes)
36. Brown bean bug, Small (Melanacanthus scutellaris)
37. Brown flea beetle (Chaetocnema sp.)
38. Brown mirid (Creontiades pacificus)
39. Brown pasture looper (Ciampa arietaria)
40. Brown shield bug (Dictyotus caenosus)
41. Brown wheat mite (Petrobia latens)
42. Bruchid, Cowpea (Callosobruchus maculatus)
43. Cabbage aphid (Brevicoryne brassicae)
44. Cabbage moth (Plutella xylostella)
45. Castor oil looper (Achaea janata)
46. Click beetle (Agrypnus spp.)
47. Clover springtail (Sminthurus viridis)
47. Cluster caterpillar (Spodoptera litura)
48. Cockroach, Wingless (Calolampra spp.)
49. Common armyworm (Leucania convecta)
50. Common grass blue butterfly (Zizina labradus)
52. Corn aphid (Rhopalosiphum maidis)
53. Corn earworm (Helicoverpa armigera)
54. Cotton aphid (Aphis gossypii)
55. Cotton bollworm (Helicoverpa armigera)
56. Cotton harlequin bug (Tectocoris diophthalmus)
57. Cotton leafhopper (Amrasca terraereginae)
58. Cotton leafperforator (Bucculatrix gossypii)
59. Cotton looper (Anomis flava)
60. Cottonseed bug (Oxycarenus luctuosus)
61. Cotton seedling thrip (Thrips tabaci)
62. Cotton tipworm (Crocidosema plebejana)
63. Cotton webspinner (Achyra affinitalis)
64. Cowpea aphid (Aphis craccivora)

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Classification of crop insect pest into main feeding groups

what is pest







A pest is an organism which causes damage to crops.

Insect pest are those insects that cause physical damage to crops. Insects belong to the group arthropods.
Generally pests reduce crop yield both in quality and quantity.
what is pest
1.

Biting and chewing insect pest

The mouth parts of pests in this group are especially adapted to biting and chewing of various plant parts.
The mouth parts are made up of two hard biting jaws (mandibles).

In addition to these,
they also have two jaws (maxillae).
They have two lips – flat upper lip (larum) and lower lip (labium) while the maxillae are used to push the crop parts into the mouth, the mandibles are used for the biting and chewing since they are very strong. These insects can feed on any part of the plant including leaves, fruits, stems, flowers and even roots.
what is pest
Some common biting and chewing insect pests are beetles, grasshoppers, termites, crickets, caterpillars of moths and butter flies, locust, army worms and so on.

They feed on many crops such as okro, maize, rice, vegetables, cassava and fruit trees.
DIAGRAM Figure 2.8.1a: Cricket DIAGRAM Figure 2.8.1B: Beetle DIAGRAM Figure 2.8.1c: Grasshopper DIAGRAM Figure 2.8.Id: Caterpillar

2. Piercing and Sucking Insect what is pest
The mouth parts of these insects are shaped like injection needles and are thus adapted to piercing (that is penetrating into the plant part) and sucking (that is removing plant fluid).
what is pest? These piercing and sucking habits of the insects lead to] destruction of plant tissues, development of holes through which disease organisms can enter into the plant system and transfer or harmful germs from diseased plants to healthy ones. All these leads to weakening and eventual death of the plants affected.

what is pest?
Good examples of piercing and sucking insect pests are
aphids (plant lice), cotton stainer, mealy bugs, capsid bugs, and scali insects DIAGRAM Figure 2.8.2A: Cotton Stainer

3.

Boring insect Pests

These are insects that bore into plant tissues and seeds, examples are stem borers of cereals and weevils such as beans, rice M maize weevils.
Other insects pests which may not fall into the above groups have been found to affect crops.

An example is the weaving insect which causes the folding of the leaves of crops particularly vegetables.

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2. DISEASES
3. 52. SOIL MICRO-ORGANISMS
4. ORGANIC MANURING
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54. GRASSES
55. LEGUMES

56. ESTABLISHMENT OF PASTURES
57. 201. FORAGE PRESERVATION

what is pest and their names

NAME OF PEST, CROPS AFFECTED, NATURE OF DAMAGE TO CROPS, PREVENTION AND CONTROL MEASURES



1 Stem borer (Sesamia spp) Cereals e.g. rice, maize sorghum Pest eats up the juicy centres of stems thus causing the crop to collapse and die Burn all crop remains in the farm after harvest, uproot and burn affected crops. Spray with gammaling 20 or DDT.

2 Army worms - Grain crops e.g. Rice, Maize, Sorghum They eat up the leaves and stems of the crops leading to mechanical damage of crops. Plant early. Spray with an insecticide such as gammalin 20.

3 Earth worms--M0aize These larvae bore into the cobs or ears of maize thereby eating up the fresh grains Early planting spray with gammalin 20

4 Aphids- Cocoa, groundnut, cowpea They bite and pierce through the outer texture of growing plants. Sucking out the sap leading to stunting, distortion and defoliation in affected plants Spray affected crops with insecticides

5 Pod Borers (Maruca tesulalis) Legumes e.g. Cowpea They cause damage to the tender parts of the plants, by eating up the flower buds and pods. This leads to reduction in yield. Plant with resistant varieties. Spray with gammalin 20 or diagram.

6 Variegated Grasshopper (Zonocerus variegates) Yam, vegetables, rice, cassava, etc. Eats up leaves of plants. Growing point and stem may be eaten too. Spray with gammalin 20 or vetox 85

7 Yam Beetle (Heteroligus meles) Yam Feeds on tubers of yams in the soil causing holes on them Dust yam planting materials with aldrin dust before planting.

8 Cassava mealy bug (phenacoccus Manihoti) Cassava Affected plants become stunted since the internodes are reduced. The tip begins to develop bunchy tops, the leaves die off finally, the whole plant looks like a candle stick. Plant early. Dip cassava cuttings in 0.1% Rogor or ultracide solution for 1 minute before planting

9 Capsids Cocoa The insects attack young shoots of cocoa and introduce toxic saliva into the plant. This kills the plant Spraying with gammalin 20

10 Cotton stainer (dysdercus superstitious) Cotton Attacks opening cotton bolls thus staining the lint Spray with insecticide

11 Weevils Rice, maize, beans Eat up the cotyledons of stored products Spray with insecticide

12 Fruits worm The larva eats up the fruits Spray with vetox 85

13 Termites Oil palm, cassava, sugar cane, yam, etc They destroy roots and seedlings of plants especially when young Spray with aldrex 40. Water crops regularly in the dry season.

14 Boll worms Cotton They eat up succulent boll. Bolls drop off prematurely Pick and burn affected bolls. Spray with insecticides

8.3 Other Pests of Crops

what is pest? a pest can be a bird as long as it is destroying farm produce
1. Bird

These attack mainly grain crops such as maize, rice, sorghum and barley. They also attack fruits in the field.

Examples of these birds are Weaver birds
(Quela), parrots, etc. DIAGRAM Figure 2.8.4: A Bird.

what is pest

(a) Nature of Damage: They peck out planted seeds, eat up grains on the field and destroy leaves of some plants such as oil palm. They also eat ripe fruits such as pawpaw, mango, and cashew.

(b)

how to Control crop pests in the farm and storage

:
1. Use of scare crows
2. Spraying chemicals such as furadan with aircraft,
3. Shooting with catapult or gun.
Scare Crow for birds and mammalian pest in farms.

what is pest? a pest can be a rodent, as long as it is destroying farm produce
2. Rodents
These include rats, grass-cutters, African rabbits and hare. DIAGRAM Figure 2.8.6: A Rodent
(Grass-cutter)

(a)

Nature of Damage of from rodent pests

:
They cut down and eat various parts of the crop especially cereal and tuber crops. Grass-cutters eat up rice, young palm seedlings and maize plants. Rats eat up stored produce like tubers and grains. Hare eat up planted grains.

(b)

how to Control rodent pests of crops

:

(i) Use of poison baits
(ii) Use of traps
(iii) By shooting with guns,
(iv) Use of rat gums.


what is pest? a pest can be a mammal, as long as it is destroying farm produce
3. Other Mammalian Pests
These include monkey, deer, antelopes and bush pig.
They do a lot of damage to crops in the farm by uprooting eating them up.

For example, monkey eat up plantains, banana maize and cocoa pods.

Control:
(i) Trapping (ii) Shooting with gun.


what is pest? a pest can be a bird as long as it is destroying farm produce
4. Classify the following into biting and chewing, piercing and sucking, and boring insect pests:- Beetles, Aphids. stem borers, caps ids, weevils, locusts, mealybugs, crickets, cotton stainer, 5. Itemise >>>>> you would use for rodents attack on your farm.
for the purpose of this subject, here is a few lists of pests of crops,
African black beetle (Heteronychus arator)
Amnemus weevil (Amnemus sp.)
Ants, Seed harvesting (Pheidole)
Aphids (various)
Aphid, Soybean (Aphis glycine)
Aphid, Spotted alfalfa (Therioaphis trifolii)
Aphid, Turnip (Lipaphis erysimi)
Aphid, Wheat (Rhopalosiphum padi)
Armyworms (various)
Armyworm, Common (Leucania convecta)
Armyworm, Dayfeeding (Spodoptera exempta)
Armyworm, Lawn (Spodoptera mauritia)
Armyworm, Lesser (Spodoptera exigua)
Armyworm, Northern (Mythimna separata)
Armyworm, Sugarcane (Leucania stenographa)
Australian plague locust (Chortoicetes terminifera)
Bean fly (Ophiomyia phaseoli)
Bean leafroller (Omiodes diemenalis)
Bean looper or Mocis (Mocis alterna)
Bean podborer (Maruca vitrata)
Bean spider mite (Tetranychus ludeni)
Beet webworm (Spoladea recurvalis)
Black field cricket (Teleogryllus commodus, T. oceanicus, Lepidogryllus parvulus)
Black field earwig (Nala lividipes)
Black leaf beetle (Rhyparida nitida)
Black sunflower scarab (Pseudoheteronyx sp.)
Bluegreen aphid (Acyrthosiphon kondoi)
Blue oat mite (Penthaleus major)
Brown bean bug, Large (Riptortus serripes)
Brown bean bug, Small (Melanacanthus scutellaris)
Brown flea beetle (Chaetocnema sp.)
Brown mirid (Creontiades pacificus)
Brown pasture looper (Ciampa arietaria)
Brown shield bug (Dictyotus caenosus)
Brown wheat mite (Petrobia latens)
Bruchid, Cowpea (Callosobruchus maculatus)
Cabbage aphid (Brevicoryne brassicae)
Cabbage moth (Plutella xylostella)
Castor oil looper (Achaea janata)
Click beetle (Agrypnus spp.)
Clover springtail (Sminthurus viridis)
Cluster caterpillar (Spodoptera litura)
Cockroach, Wingless (Calolampra spp.)
Common armyworm (Leucania convecta)
Common grass blue butterfly (Zizina labradus)
Corn aphid (Rhopalosiphum maidis)
Corn earworm (Helicoverpa armigera)
Cotton aphid (Aphis gossypii)
Cotton bollworm (Helicoverpa armigera)
Cotton harlequin bug (Tectocoris diophthalmus)
Cotton leafhopper (Amrasca terraereginae)
Cotton leafperforator (Bucculatrix gossypii)
Cotton looper (Anomis flava)
Cottonseed bug (Oxycarenus luctuosus)
Cotton seedling thrip (Thrips tabaci)
Cotton tipworm (Crocidosema plebejana)
Cotton webspinner (Achyra affinitalis)
Cowpea aphid (Aphis craccivora)







Cowpea bruchid (Callosobruchus maculatus)
Cricket, Black field (Teleogryllus commodus, T. oceanicus, Lepidogryllus parvulus)
Crop mirid (Sidnia kinbergi)
Cutworm (Agrotis spp.)
Dayfeeding armyworm (Spodoptera exempta)
Diamondback moth (Plutella xylostella)
Dried fruit beetle (Carpophilus spp.)
Locust, Yellow-winged (Gastrimargus musicus)
Locust, Spur-throated (Austracris (Noamdacris) guttulosa)
Loopers (various)
Looper, Bean or Mocis (Mocis alterna)
Looper, Brown pasture (Ciampa arietaria)
Looper, Castor oil (Achaea janata)
Eastern false wireworm (Pterohelaeus spp.)
Earwig, Black field (Nala lividipes)
Etiella moth (Etiella behrii)
False wireworm (Pterohelaeus and Gonocephalum spp.)
Flea beetles, Brown and Redheaded (Chaetocnema and Nisostra sp.)
Flower beetle (Carpophilus spp.)
Grasshoppers and locusts (various)
Grasshopper, Wingless (Phaulacridium vittatum)
)
Helicoverpa species (armigera, punctigera)
Jassids (leafhoppers) (various)
Lawn armyworm (Spodoptera mauritia)
Leafhoppers (jassids) (various)
Leafhopper, cotton (Amrasca terraereginae)
Leafhopper, lucerne (Austroasca alfalfae)
Leafhopper, maize (Cicadulina bimaculata
Leafhopper, vegetable (Austroasca viridigrisea)
Legume webspinner (Omiodes diemenalis)
Lesser armyworm (Spodoptera exigua)
Light brown apple moth (Epiphyas postvittana)
Locust, Australian plague (Chortoicetes terminifera)
Locust, Migratory (Locusta migratoria)
Looper, Cotton (Anomis flava)
Looper, Sugarcane (Mocis frugalis)
Looper, Soybean (Thysanoplusia orichalcea)
Looper, Tobacco (Chrysodeixis argentifera)
Looper, Vegetable (Chrysodeixis eriosoma)
Mocis trifasciata no common name
Pantydia spp .
Lucerne crownborer (Zygrita diva)
Lucerne flea (Sminthurus viridis)
Lucerne leafhopper (Austroasca alfalfae)
Lucerne leafroller (Merophyas divulsana)
Lucerne seed wasp (Bruchophagus roddi)
Lucerne seed web moth (Etiella behrii)
Maize leafhopper (Cicadulina bimaculata)
Maize thrips (Frankliniella williamsi)
Mealybug (Family Psuedococcidae)
Mealybug, solenopsis (Phenacoccus solenopsis)
Midge, Sorghum (Stenodiplosis sorghicola)
Migratory locust (Locusta migratoria)
Mirids (Creontiades and Sidnia spp.)
Mites (various)
Aphid, Bluegreen (Acyrthosiphon kondoi)
Aphid, Cabbage (Brevicoryne brassicae)
Aphid, Corn (Rhopalosiphum maidis)
Aphid, Cotton (Aphis gossypii)
Aphid, Cowpea (Aphis craccivora)
Aphid, Green peach (Myzus persicae)
Aphid, Oat (Rhopalosiphum padi)
Aphid, Pea (Acyrthosiphon pisum)
Aphid, Rice root (Rhopalosiphum rufiabdominalis)
Aphid, Rose grain (Metopolophium dirhodum)
Mite, Bean spider (Tetranychus ludeni)
Mite, Brown wheat (Petrobia latens)
Mite, Blue oat (Penthaleus major)
Mite, Peanut (Paraplonobia spp.)
Mite, Redlegged earth (Halotydeus destructor)
Mite, Strawberry spider (Tetranychus lambi) Greenhouse whitefly (Trialeurodes vaporariorum)
Green peach aphid (Myzus persicae)
Green mirid (Creontiades dilutus)
Green vegetable bug (Nezara viridula)
Green stink bug (Plautia affinis)
Grey cluster bug (Nysius clevelandensis

Mite, Two-spotted (Tetranychus urticae)
Mocis alterna (bean looper)
Mocis frugalis (sugarcane looper)
Mocis trifasciata
Monolepta (red-houldered leaf beetle) , (Monolepta australis)
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classification of Pests of Crops

1. Bird
These attack mainly grain crops such as maize, rice, sorghum and barley. They also attack fruits in the field. Examples of these birds are Weaver birds (Quela), parrots, etc.


(a) Nature of Damage: They peck out planted seeds, eat up grains on the field and destroy leaves of some plants such as oil palm. They also eat ripe fruits such as pawpaw, mango, and cashew.
(b) Control

1. Use of scare crows
2. Spraying chemieals such as furadan with aircraft,
3. Shooting with catapult or gun.



2. Rodents
These include rats, grass-cutters, African rabbits and hare.








(a) Nature of Damage: They cut down and eat various parts of the crop especially cereal and tuber crops. Grass-cutters eat up rice, young palm seedlings and maize plants. Rats eat up stored produce like tubers and grains. Hare eat up planted grains.

(b) Control:
(i) Use of poison baits
(ii) Use of traps
(iii) By shooting with guns,
(iv) Use of rat gums.

3. Other Mammalian Pests
These include monkey, deer, antelopes and bush pig.
They do a lot of damage to crops in the farm by uprooting eating them up. For example, monkey eat up plantains, banana maize and cocoa pods.

Control:
(i) Trapping

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TYPES OF FARM STRUCTURE AND MAINTAINANCE


Farm structures

Apart from concrete buildings, there are several other structures on the farm. These structures could he of temporary or permanent nature. depending on their uses.
The following are the structures commonly found on the farm:
(a)
Storage structure:
These are used for storing farm produce or different kinds.

They include:
(i)
Yam barn for storing yam tubers:
The yam barn is constructed by fitting vertical poles into the ground. Horizontal poles are tied to the vertical poles are fitted to the horizontal poles to which the yam tubers are tied singly in a horizontal position.
(ii)

Silos:

These are tower-like structures usually built of aluminium and are used for storing dried grains like maize and sorghum (guinea corn).







Cribs:
These are structures used for storing unshelled maizeon the farm.

Processing structures:

These are structures used for the processing of different kinds of produce on the farm. They include cassava mill, rice mill, abattoir (for slaughtering animals) milk pasteurizing shed (for sterilising fresh milk) fish/meal smoking or drying shed.

Fence:

This is a structure constructed round the farm. Fence could be any of the following types:
1. Barbed wire fence
2. Hedge or live fence
3. Post and rail fence
4. Wire netting fence
5. Wall fence
6. Electric fence.

Fence serves several purposes on the farm. These include:

1. To protect the crops and animals.
2. To demarcate boundaries.
3. To prevent thieves from gaining easy access to the farm.
4. To improve the grazing habit of animals such as in rotational grazing.
5. To control animal breeding habit.
6. To reduce the spread of pests and disease organisms
7. To add beauty to the farm.







Gates and porter’s lodge:these are attached to the fence at the entrance into the farm. The gate is controlled by the mate-man who stays in the porter's lodge. It is used to control movement In and out of the farm.


Gates are also found in animal pens and fenced paddocks. They are used to control the movement of the animals.
(c)

Other Structures include:

Roads, electricity generating plant. Bore- holes and dam for supplying water to the farm, spray races .mil dips for removing ecto or external parasites from animals crushes for restricting animal movement, manure pits and water tanks.

A11 these are collectively referred to as utility structures.

Maintenance of farm buildings and structures

Buildings and structures on the farm require adequate maintenance if they are to last for a long time and perform the functions they are meant for. Therefore, it is necessary
1.

Concreting


The floors of buildings should be made of concrete to avoid cracking and wearing away. Concreted floors do not provide hideouts for rodents and other pests of farm produce.
2.

Painting, Oiling or Greasing

The wooden parts of buildings and structures should be painted with anti-insects chemicals such as solignum to prevent them from being damaged
by termites and other insects.
Also, metal parts should be painted with anti-rust paint especially tanks and other materials used in storing water. Other metal materials that arc likely to become rusty after sometime should be painted with oil paint, oiled, or greased.
3.

Seasoning

Wooden materials used in building and construction of farm structures should be seasoned, that is properly dried before beinu used. This will help to protect the wood from insect=pest damage and the possibility of the structure becoming slacked after some¬time.

4.

Regular inspection and repairs

All farm structures should be checked frequently and age should be repaired without delay. The damaged parts of any building or structure should be-replaced new ones. Openings on the walls of building. should Be covered to prevent rodents from in them.

5.

Cleaning

It is important to keep buildings and structures clean as this helps to prolong their lifespan. Water tanks should be cleaned always, abattoirs, milking sheds, processing structures and others need cleaning. Storage structures should be cleaned after the odd consignment has been removed before bringing in new ones.
6.

Roofing

The tops of farm buildings, should be properly roofed to make them rat proof. Asbestos, iron, or aluminium sheets should be used instead of thatched roofs. This helps to protect the buildings against too much sun, rainstorm, and rats.

7.

Bracing of Walls

Wall and heavy roofs should be supported by pillars to make them strong and prevent them from collapsing.










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