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From: Indigenous plant protection practices of Tripura, India

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Certain IPPP recorded during field visit. a Bird scarrer [Bengali language: Batpataka], b Placement of Holarrhena pubescens (Buch-Ham) twigs [Bengali:Kurcha gachha/kuchima gachha; Kokborok (an ethnic tribe language): Kuchimavompang] in rice field for the management of Leaf folder Cnaphalocrocis medinalis (Guenee), stem borer: Scirpophaga incertulas (Walker), c Keeping turmeric leaf; Curcuma longa L. [Bengali:Haludpata; Kokborok:Sutwi] in rice field to control Leaf folder: Cnaphalocrocis medinalis (Guenee), d Granary structure for cereal storage [Bengali: Dol; Kokborok: Dol/ Kaniya/Mayam], ef Hookah water (consumed tobacco leaf water; Nicotiana spp) [Bengali: Hookah; Kokborok: Daba] used against Pod borers (Bhendi pod borer, Earias vitella Fab., sucking bugs (Riptorus spp., Clavigralla spp.) of vegetables crops, g Granary structure [Bengali:Gola; Kokborok: Chapmakampa/Bera] for long term storage of cereal and pulses commodities, h Banding of tin on ground region of coconut to prevent climbing of rodents (hand architect), i Trapping by luring (rodent trap made up of bamboo, lure: any grain commodities) (hand architect)

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