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Vol. 10, Issue 10 (2021)

In vivo evaluation of fungicides 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. The fungicides (four systemic and three combi) were tested in vivo against T. maculans. Among fungicides, lowest average per cent disease incidence and intensity was recorded in propiconazole 8.67 per cent and 13.06 per cent, respectively followed by SAAF 75 WP (9.33% and 14.11%), Consortia (10.00% and 13.71%), carbendazim (11.33% and 14.48%), hexaconazole (12.00% and 15.97%), vitavax power (12.67% and 17.93%), difenconazole (16.00% and 15.11%) respectively over control (28.67% and 29.23%).
Pages: 475-477  |  203 Views  65 Downloads


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How to cite this article:
SB Pawar, KT Apet, KP Nirwal. In vivo evaluation of fungicides on leaf blotch of turmeric caused by Taphrina maculans. Pharma Innovation 2021;10(10):475-477.

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