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Vol. 10, Issue 10 (2021)

In vivo evaluation of bioagents on leaf blotch of turmeric caused by Taphrina maculans

Author(s):
SB Pawar, KT Apet and KP Nirwal
Abstract:
Turmeric (Curcuma longa) is a native of Indian sub-continent and Southeast Asia. It is a well-known herb commonly known as ‘national heritage’, ‘Golden spice’ and also called nature’s precious gift. Effect of different bioagents/ consortia (Biomix) on T. maculans revealed that, after three successive spraing of bioagents disease incidence and intensity reduced significantly over the control. Among the treatments minimum disease incidence (10%) and disease intensity (9.26%) was recorded in consorial treatment followed by T. viride (10.00%) and (12.20%) respectively. M. anisopaliae recorded percent disease incidence 15.33 per cent and disease intensity 14.11 per cent, T. koningii recorded percent disease incidence 16.00 per cent and disease intensity 14.11 per cent. Maximum disease incidence of leaf blotch control plot was 30.00 per cent and disease intensity 24.15 per cent followed by P. florescens and Bacilus subtilis.
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How to cite this article:
SB Pawar, KT Apet, KP Nirwal. In vivo evaluation of bioagents on leaf blotch of turmeric caused by Taphrina maculans. Pharma Innovation 2021;10(10):448-450.
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