CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL CONTROL OF FUSARIUM ROOT ROT OF OKRA

@inproceedings{Ahmad2012CHEMICALAB,
  title={CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL CONTROL OF FUSARIUM ROOT ROT OF OKRA},
  author={Zubair Ahmad and Fazli Raziq and Hakim M Salim Khan and Muhammad Imran Idrees},
  year={2012}
}
The effect of Trichoderma harzianum and T. viride and three fungicides i.e. Benlate, Ridomil and Dithane M-45, was investigated on the management of Fusarium root rot in okra under screen house conditions. The disease incidence and percent mortality were significantly reduced (p≤0.05) by all the fungicides and antagonists when compared with untreated check plants. T. harzianum and Ridomil increased the yield by 83.6 and 80.2 %, respectively. Under In vitro study, Dithane M-45 proved to be more… CONTINUE READING

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