CASE STUDY

ORIGINAL DESCRIPTION IN PATIENT’S OWN WORDS

In June 2005, sugar cane was attacked by woolly aphid.
It was immediately controlled by two spontaneous appearing natural predators called Micromus and Diapha.
(Attack resulted from the usage of impure ghee for Homas.)
Interestingly, the predators started from the area where the woolly aphid had first appeared.
Now we have a lush, green, healthy sugar cane in our 20 acres farm and also in the neighboring farms.

Abhay Mutalik Desai,

Sutagatti, Dist:Belgaum, Karnataka,

India