Evaluation of the effect of locally produced biological pesticide (AқKөbelek ™) on biodiversity and abundance of beneficial insects in four forage crops in the Almaty region of Kazakhstan

Evaluation of the effect of locally produced biological pesticide (AқKөbelek ™) on biodiversity and abundance of beneficial insects in four forage crops in the Almaty region of Kazakhstan ( Vol-3,Issue-1,January - February 2018 )

Author: Izbasar Isataevich Temreshev, Perizat Abdykarynovna Esenbekova, Abay Orazovich Sagitov, Nurjan Serikkanuly Mukhamadiev,Gaziza Bazarbaevna Sarsenbaeva, Andrej Viktorovich Ageenko, Jurij Homziak

ijeab doi crossref DOI: 10.22161/ijeab/3.1.10

Keyword: Bacillus thuringiensis, beneficial insects, pollinators, biodiversity, forage crops.

Abstract: Using a non-replicated plot design, we experimentally assessed the effects of a locally produced biological pesticide on the abundance, species richness and Shannon diversity of beneficial insects in four forage crops (alfalfa, soybeans, corn, and triticale) in southeastern Kazakhstan. 2-way ANOV tests detected no effect of the biological pesticide treatment on the abundance (N) of either predators or pollinators. However, there were significant differences in pollinator and predator abundances among crops. Pairwise t-tests between the experiment and control plots for each crop detected no significant differences in predator or pollinator Shannon diversity index values (H). Paired t-tests revealed significant differences in diversity index values for both predator and pollinator functional groups among crops within each treatment (experiment, control). Corn and triticale plots had notably similar predator abundance (N), species richness (S) and Shannon diversity index (H) values. Corn, alfalfa and soy-triticale differed in pollinator Shannon H, N and S values, suggesting each contained a distinct pollinator assemblage. A trial rapid assessment for differences using a point-based system for indicator species showed only small difference among crops and between treatment and control plots. This method may be more applicable in situations sampling disturbance needs to be minimized and a rapid but less thorough assessment is required.

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Izbasar Isataevich Temreshev, Perizat Abdykarynovna Esenbekova, Abay Orazovich Sagitov, Nurjan Serikkanuly Mukhamadiev,Gaziza Bazarbaevna Sarsenbaeva, Andrej Viktorovich Ageenko, Jurij Homziak et al."Evaluation of the effect of locally produced biological pesticide (AқKөbelek ™) on biodiversity and abundance of beneficial insects in four forage crops in the Almaty region of Kazakhstan". International Journal of Environment Agriculture and Biotechnology(ISSN: 2456-1878),vol 3, no. 1, 2018, pp.072-091 AI Publications doi:10.22161/ijeab/3.1.10

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Izbasar Isataevich Temreshev, Perizat Abdykarynovna Esenbekova, Abay Orazovich Sagitov, Nurjan Serikkanuly Mukhamadiev,Gaziza Bazarbaevna Sarsenbaeva, Andrej Viktorovich Ageenko, Jurij Homziak. 2018."Evaluation of the effect of locally produced biological pesticide (AқKөbelek ™) on biodiversity and abundance of beneficial insects in four forage crops in the Almaty region of Kazakhstan". International Journal of Environment Agriculture and Biotechnology(ISSN: 2456-1878).3(1):072-091.Doi:10.22161/ijeab/3.1.10

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Izbasar Isataevich Temreshev, Perizat Abdykarynovna Esenbekova, Abay Orazovich Sagitov, Nurjan Serikkanuly Mukhamadiev,Gaziza Bazarbaevna Sarsenbaeva, Andrej Viktorovich Ageenko, Jurij Homziak."Evaluation of the effect of locally produced biological pesticide (AқKөbelek ™) on biodiversity and abundance of beneficial insects in four forage crops in the Almaty region of Kazakhstan", International Journal of Environment Agriculture and Biotechnology,vol.3,no. 1, pp.072-091,2018.

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@article { izbasarisataevichtemreshev2018evaluation,
title={Evaluation of the effect of locally produced biological pesticide (AқKөbelek ™) on biodiversity and abundance of beneficial insects in four forage crops in the Almaty region of Kazakhstan},
author={Izbasar Isataevich Temreshev, Perizat Abdykarynovna Esenbekova, Abay Orazovich Sagitov, Nurjan Serikkanuly Mukhamadiev,Gaziza Bazarbaevna Sarsenbaeva, Andrej Viktorovich Ageenko, Jurij Homziak , R},
journal={International Journal of Environment Agriculture and Biotechnology},
volume={3},
year= {2018} ,
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