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Mycological Section

Saler, Ramling Sidramappa [1].

Soil treatment of Carbendazim and Tridemorph in relation to Spermosphere Mycofora of Groundnut.

CERBENDAZIM (Bavistin) and tridomorph (Calixin) are generally used in the management of groundnut leaf spot and rust. Cerbendazim it was noted that there was about 6 fold reduction in the fungal population in the spermosphere while in soil nearly 8 fold. Altogether 29 fungal species were recorded of which 17 from spermosphere and 22 from the soil. Increasing the concentration of. Cerbendazim in plates decreased the number of fungal species. Potential pathogen like Asperigillus flavus was inhibited at 100 g/ml. Tridemorph it was noted to be inhibitory at 100 g/ml to most of the spermosphere fungi. In spermosphere four fold decrease was seen while in soil only two fold decrease was seen in the fungal population. In all 31 fungal species were recorded and each species responded differently to the fungicide.


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1 - NDMVP Samajs K.T.H.M.College,Nashik-2, `P.G.Department Botany, 17,Siddeshwar, Housing Society,Shivaji Nagar Sinnar-422103, Sinnar, Maharashtra, 422103, India

Keywords:
Fungicide
Spermosphere
Carbendazim
Tridemorph
fungi.

Presentation Type: Poster:Posters for Sections
Session: 48-92
Location: Auditorium/Bell Memorial Union
Date: Tuesday, August 1st, 2006
Time: 12:30 PM
Abstract ID:866


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