The process of hatching eggs from mango mealybugs has begun so for the disposal of eggs and nymphs, a hoeing of mango plants should be done so that they can be eliminated by the sun’s incandescent and feed by birds. Gardeners should dig the ground around the trunk and filled it with insecticide. if the stubborn barrier is closed on the trunks of the plants, the nymphs of mealybug will not climb on plants , as they will be stitched and destroyed. Gardeners can cover the tree trunks by the paste of soil and straw, but a 2-2.5 cm wide polythene sheet is also required after applying the paste. Thick rope should be fastened to the bottom of the cord.