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Vol. 11, Issue 2 (2022)

Occurrence and distribution of chickpea dry root rot in central part of India

Author(s):
Jagdish Kumar Patidar, Prashant Kumar Singh, Reeti Singh and RK Pandya
Abstract:
During the 2014-2015 Rabi season, a survey was done to determine the distribution and incidence of chickpea dry root rot by soil type and irrigation situation. Most farmer's fields are dominated by local varieties. Dry root rot disease was observed in all of the locations, with an incidence ranging from 2.54 to 20.89 percent regardless of cultivar types and locations. The findings revealed that dry root rot has recently become widespread in all of India's central chickpea-growing regions. In comparison to irrigated conditions (4.49 percent), the incidence of dry root rot was higher in rainfed conditions (10.48 percent). According to the survey, alluvial soil was the best for DRR development.
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How to cite this article:
Jagdish Kumar Patidar, Prashant Kumar Singh, Reeti Singh, RK Pandya. Occurrence and distribution of chickpea dry root rot in central part of India. Pharma Innovation 2022;11(2):2235-2238.

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