Consortium – C: Plant Protection Completed Projects

 Profile of NTRF Funded Projects as on 31.12.2016 (Completed)

Sl. No.

Project

Area of Research

Host Institute and Duration

1

Forecasting Blister Blight and Biology and Control of primary root diseases.

Plant Protection : Pest Control

UPASI-TRF (1991-99)

2

Integrated Management of Helopeltis theivora Waterhouse Project.

Plant Protection : Integrated Pest Management

TRA –TOCKLAI (1993-98)

3

Adaptive Research in Biological Control of scale insects and mites infesting tea.

Plant Protection : Bio Control

Bidhan Chandra Krishi Vishwavidalaya, Nadia, West Bengal. (1993-96)

4

Biocontrol of tea pests using indigenous natural enemies.

Plant Protection : Bio Control

TRA-TOCKLAI           
(1993-96)

5

Pesticide Residue in Tea

Plant Protection : Pesticide Residue Limits

TRA Tocklai   (1994 - 1997)

6

Pesticide Residue in Tea

Plant Protection : Pesticide Residue Limits

UPASI TRF (1994-1997)

7

Pesticide Residue in Tea

Plant Protection : Pesticide Residue Limits

IHBT, Palampur (1994-97)

8

Studies on entomopathogens affecting the major pests of tea in South India.

Plant Protection/ Bio Control

UPASI-TRF (2001-03)

9

Ecological Studies into t he association of Pratylenchus loosi and other nematodes with tea in higher and lower altitudes of Darjeeling hills.

Plant protection/ Nematology

Visva-Bharati, Santiniketan, (2001-03)

10

Studies on the Borers (Cerambycidac:Coleoptera) attacking shade trees of tea plantations.

Plant Protection Shade Tree Pests

Department of Zoology , Calcutta University, (2001-04)

11

A search for the arthropod enemies of tea pests from Darjeeling slopes and adjoining plains with a study on their efficacy.

Plant Protection: Bio-Control

University of North Bengal, Siliguri (2001-02)

12

Studies on the volatile profile of cut stems of Montanova bipinnatifida an attractant for trapping shot holes borer infesting tea.

Plant Protection : Bio Control

UPASI Tea Research Foundation, Valparai
(2003 – 05)

13

Evaluation of bio-control potential of some arthropod natural enemies of major tea pests from Darjeeling slopes and its adjoining plains – 2nd Phase.

Plant Protection: Bio-Control

Department of Zoology North Bengal University (2004-2006)

14

Microbial Control of Tea Pests – 2nd Phase

Plant Protection: Bio-Control

UPASI Tea Research Foundation , VALPARAI (2004-2006)

15

Microbial Control of Tea Pests – (Phase - III)

Plant Protection: Bio-Control

UPASI TRF, Valparai
(2004-2006)

16

Pesticide Residue in tea for setting MRLs (II Phase)

Plant Protection: Pesticide Residue

TRA Tocklai (2005-08)

17

Pesticide Residue in tea for setting MRLs (II Phase)

Plant Protection: Pesticide Residue

UPASI TRF (2005-08)

18

Pesticide Residue in tea for setting MRLs (II Phase)

Plant Protection: Pesticide Residue

IHBT, Palampur  (2005-08)

19

Utilization and implementation of Native Microbial Bio-agents for control of termite pests in Tea Plantation of North East India

Pest Control/ Biological Control of Termite

TRA, Tocklai, Jorhat, Assam (2005-2008)

20

Studies on the volatile profile of cut stems of Montanova bipinnatifida an attractant for trapping shot holes borer infesting tea.

Plant Protection: Bio-Control

UPASI - TRF, Valparai, Tamil Nadu (2005-2007)

21

Investigation on the bioresources for the development of Integrated Disease Management (IDM) strategy against root-knot nematode and certain soil brone fungal pathogens associated with nursery tea.

Plant Protection/ Int.Dis.Management (IDM)

Assam Agricultural University, Jorhat-ASSAM. (2006-2007)

22

Succeptability change in Tea Mosquito Bug, Helopeltis Theivora, in North East India

Plant Protection: Pesticide Residue

TRA, Tocklai, Jorhat, Assam (2006-2007)

23

Studies on Pesticide Residues in tea for setting MRLs - Phase-III.

Plant Protection: Pesticide Residue Limits

UPASI TRF, Valparai, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu,
(2007-2008)

24

Development of mass rearing technique for two major predators of red spider mites.

Plant Protection and Pesticide Management

UPASI TRF, Coimbatore, Valparai, Tamil Nadu
(2007-2010)

25

Developing a low input weed control programme to reduce chemical load in tea soils

 Plant Protection / weed control

Tocklai Experimental Station, TRA, Jorhat, ASSAM
(2007-2010)

26

Investigation on the bio resources for the development of Integrated Disease Management (IDM) strategy against root kno nematode and certain soil borne fungal pathogens associated with nursery tea - Phase II.

Plant Protection; Disease Management

Assam Agricultural University, Jorhat Assam (2008-2010)

27

Assessment of spiders as second order of bio-control agents in tea ecosystem with special reference to Assam and Dooar of West Bengal.

Plant Protection: Biological control

Department of Zoology, University of Calcutta
(2008-2011)

28

Stueies on Biotypes of Helopeltis Theivora (Hemiptera :Miriade) in North East India

Plant Protection

TRA, Jorhat, ASSAM,
(2009-2011)

29

Evaluation of Streptomyces species for the biological control of stem and root diseases of tea (Camellia sinensis (L) O. Kuntze

Plant Protection

K. S. Rangasamy College, Tamil Nadu, (2010-2012)

30

Studies on the efficacy of certain indigenous plant preparations against major pests and disease of tea

Plant protection

UPASI TRF, Valparai, Coimbatore. (2010-2013)

31

Bio-Intensive integrated management of looper caterpillar pests (Geometridae: Lepidoptera) of tea (Camellia sinensis L.) in North-east India with special emphasis on entomopathogenic viruses

Plant Protection

TRA, Nagrakata Subdivision, Jalpaiguri (2011-2013)

32

Nutritional Ecology of Tea Loopers on Natural and Artificial Diets from Darjeeling, Terai and the Dooars

Plant Protection

North Bengal University, Darjeeling, (2011-2014)

33

Studies on the Red Rust and Fusarium die back : increasing concern of tea growers in North East India

Plant Protection

TRA, Jorhat, Assam
(2011-2014)