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Vol. 11, Issue 2 (2022)

Effect of different bio-agents and botanicals on leaf spot (Colletotrichum capsici Syd.) of betelvine plants (Piper betel L.) in vitro

Author(s):
Anoop Kumar, Sunil Zacharia, Ghanshyam Kumar Pandey and Mohd Danish
Abstract:
Betel vine is popularly known as Pan in India. Pan is the local vernacular Hindi name used for leaves of betel vine plant (Piper betel L.). The present research work was conducted at Department of Plant Pathology, SHUATS, Allahabad, U. P. during 2016-2017. The result revealed that treatments viz., T0-Control (Inoculated), T2-T. harzianum, T3-T. viride, T4-Bacillus subtilis, through Dual Culture and T1-Copper oxychloride, T5-Neem oil and T6-Tobacco leaf extract leaf extract through poisoned food technique. Evaluated in vitro against leaf spot C. capsici of betelvine. While, per cent inhibition of the test pathogen ranged from 12.21 to 71.02 per cent. Among fungal bio-control agents maximum inhibition of 71.02 per cent was recorded with T4-Bacillus subtilis, followed by T3-T. viride (70.52%), T2-T. harzianum (68.54%), T4-Bacillus subtilis (28.55%), and T5-Neem oil (62.19%) found maximum inhibition. However, the minimum inhibition of per cent was recorded on T6-Tobacco leaf extract (12.21%).
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How to cite this article:
Anoop Kumar, Sunil Zacharia, Ghanshyam Kumar Pandey, Mohd Danish. Effect of different bio-agents and botanicals on leaf spot (Colletotrichum capsici Syd.) of betelvine plants (Piper betel L.) in vitro. Pharma Innovation 2022;11(2):836-839.

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