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Comparative efficacy of Trichoderma viride and Trichoderma harzianum against Fusarium oxysporum f sp. ciceris causing wilt of chickpea
Application of bio-agents alone or in combination with FYM enhanced the plant growth parameters significantly, that is, dry weight, root length and grain yield, and the lone treatment with carbendazim as seed treatment significantly reduced the wilt incidence, and increased seed germination and plant Growth parameters as compared to control.
In vitro study of fungicides and biocontrol agents against Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. pini causing root rot of Western Himalayan fir (Abies pindrow)
Nine fungicides and seven bioagents evaluated in vitro by using dual culture and cultural filtrate techniques for their effect on the inhibition of mycelial growth and spore germination of Fusarium oxysporum were evaluated.
Eco-friendly management of root-rot of chilli caused by Rhizoctonia solani Kuhn.
Under field conditions all treatments significantly reduced percent root-rot incidence over control and seed treated with T. viride, T. harzianum showed significant reduction in root- rot incidence of chilli.
Integrated management of early blight of potato under Kashmir valley conditions
Among systemic fungitoxicants hexaconazole 5 EC was most effective and exhibited a maximum mean mycelial growth inhibition of 84.19% over check, which was highly effective in controlling the disease severity as compared to control.
Malrotation of gut presenting in adolescents and adults at a tertiary care hospital: a prospective study
The clinical diagnosis of midgut volvulus in adolescents and adults is difficult because the presentation is usually nonspecific and malrotation is rarely considered.
NATURAL HISTORY OF OSTEOPOROTIC VERTEBRAL FRACTURES
It was not possible to predict which patients would develop chronic back pain on the basis of initial radiographs, and this calls into question the indications for undertaking vertebroplasty or kyphoplasty in the treatment of such patients.
Isolated neurobrucellosis-characteristic clinical and laboratory features.
To report various neurological syndromes, CSF findings, imaging and diagnostic methods used in neurobrucellosis patients admitted in our Neurology department over a period of 6 years. Case records of…
Penile fracture: Our experience in a tertiary care hospital in northern India: A prospective study
Penile fracture diagnosis and mode of trauma can be easily reached by proper history and clinical examination, after taking the patient into confidence, and surgical treatment seems to be the best approach of management.
Is open lateral anal sphincterotomy really a safe and satisfactory treatment option for refractory chronic anal fissures? - a prospective study
Lateral anal sphincterotomy (LAS) is a safe and effective method of management for chronic refractory anal fissures and the complications are minimal and negligible.