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Eighteen promising long duration pigeonpea genotypes were screened for their reaction against, Exelastis atomosaat Agriculture Research farm, Institute of Agricultural Sciences, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi during kharif 2013-14 and 2014-15.the first incidence of Plume moth, Exelastis atomosa )was observed in 4th and 5thstandard week in all genotypes. The peak of population of Plume moth, Exelastis atomosa was recorded from 11th to 12th standard week in different genotypes. The results revealed that the incidence of plum moth population was recorded highest in 11th standard week i.e. 0.66 larvae/plant followed by 12th standard week (0.59 larvae/plant) and lowest population was recorded in 4th standard week i.e. (0.04 larvae/plant) while second year plum moth population was recorded highest in 12th standard week i.e. 0.64 larvae/plant followed by 11th standard week (0.59 larvae/plant) and lowest population was recorded in 4th standard week i.e. (0.08 larvae/plant).So the genotype IPA 7-10 was considered to be resistant against Exelastis atomosa (Walsingham)infestation, whereas KA 12-2 genotype was susceptible against Exelasti satomosa (Walsingham) attack.