Pakistan''s economy has undergone a substantial diversification over the years yet the agricultural sector is still the most important and largest sector of the economy with present contribution to GDP about 23.3% and it accounts for 42.1% of the total engaged labour force. Cotton is an important cash crop for Pakistan known as "white gold". Thrips has attained a status of a regular cotton pest in Punjab, Pakistan. Thrips attack results in the reduction of 1.5 to 4.99% in seed cotton yield. They puncture the plant cells with their rasping-sucking mouth parts and take out cell sap.