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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 2, February 2020 Edition

International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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Use Of Electrochemical Activated Water During Propagation Of Biomaterials In Bio Factory

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Bakhodir Khaitov, Muradjon Abdullaev, Zokir Mamadzhonov



barley grains, butterfly moth, biological method, diaphragm eggs of a grain moth, electrochemically activated water, electrolyzer, electrode, trichogramma. pH.



The introduction of advanced technologies in industry, the national and agricultural sectors, and thereby improving the economic performance of the state, is today one of the urgent problems. Pests are one of the factors that reduce crop yields. Today in the world there are more than 80 thousand pests, of which 10 thousand have very great harm to plants. Calculations show that as a result of exposure to pests in the world more than 30% of crops are lost annually. In this regard, the protection of plants from various pests is one of the urgent problems. Of great importance is the conduct of scientific research in the field of widespread use of biological methods of protecting plants from pests, as well as improving the effectiveness of the biomaterials used. The biological method is considered effective from both an economic and economic point of view. The article discusses the development of a new technology for the production of trichograms for use as a means of protection against cotton pests.



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