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Efficacy of Fungicides against Seed Mycoflora of Indian Bean (Lablab purpureus L.) Cultivars under in vitro Condition


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1 Departmemt of Plant Pathology, N.M. College of Agriculture, Navsari Agricultural University, Navsari (Gujarat), India
     

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In vitro evaluation of eight fungicides as seed dresser against seed mycoflora of Indian bean revealed that Pyraclostrobin + Metiram and Carbendazim + Mencozeb combinations were superior. Pyraclostrobin + Metiram proved to be most effective with least number of fungal infected seeds followed by Carbendazim + Mencozeb. Also Carbendazim and Mencozeb solely proved their potential against seed mycoflora.

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Indian Bean, Fungicides, Mycoflora, Seed.
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Authors

Dhara R. Prajapati
Departmemt of Plant Pathology, N.M. College of Agriculture, Navsari Agricultural University, Navsari (Gujarat), India
P. R. Patel
Departmemt of Plant Pathology, N.M. College of Agriculture, Navsari Agricultural University, Navsari (Gujarat), India

Abstract


In vitro evaluation of eight fungicides as seed dresser against seed mycoflora of Indian bean revealed that Pyraclostrobin + Metiram and Carbendazim + Mencozeb combinations were superior. Pyraclostrobin + Metiram proved to be most effective with least number of fungal infected seeds followed by Carbendazim + Mencozeb. Also Carbendazim and Mencozeb solely proved their potential against seed mycoflora.

Keywords


Indian Bean, Fungicides, Mycoflora, Seed.

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