Conference Proceeding

Studies on Seed Borne Mycoflora Diseases of Brinjal

Dr. K. Sridhar

Brinjal (SolanumMelongena) is one of the most important vegetable crop grown all over india , and is affected by many seed borne mycoflora disease. The major seed borne mycoflora disease associated with brinjal crop are Aspergillus, Phoma, Phomopsis , Alternaria and Curvularialunata belong to Deutromycetes (Imperfect fungi) now it is under Ascomycota. The method adopted is petridish method twenty five seeds are Plated in incubator , observations were carried out after three days, fifth day, seventh day , Eleventh day, noted the Pathogen and inorder to combat the disease seed is treated with following fungicides, Bavistin , Benlate, Dithane M. 45, Cuoxy chloride, carboxin group of fungicides, out of the following treatment of fungicides Bavistin (0.1%) 2gm in one liter of water is effectively reduced the incidence of Aspergillusniger, Phoma, Phomopsis , Alternaria , and curvularia reduced the disease incidence up to 50%.

The field trail was conducted in the Department of Horticulture College of Agriculture Raipur in Randomised Block design , field level the application of Carbendazim ( Bavistin 0.1% ( 2 gram in one liter of water is sprayed fifteen days of interval in floral infection reduced completely eradicated the disease incidence of Phomopsis, Aspergillus , Phoma, Aspergillusniger effectively

Published: 08 November 2017


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