Vol. 6, Issue 4 (2017)
Management of coriander wilt (Fusarium oxysporium) through cultural practices as organic amendments and date of sowing
Author(s): Mukesh Kumar Jat, RR Ahir, Sanju Choudhary and GL Kakaraliya
Abstract: The trials were conducted with various organic amendments i.e. Neem oil cake, Groundnut cake, Castor cake, Mustard cake & Poultry manure and four dates of sowing i.e. 30th October, 10th, 20th & 30th November. Analysis of pooled data showed that crop planted on 30th November showed minimum disease incidence and crop sown on 30th October showed maximum disease incidence and minimum seed yield. Data indicated that crop planted on 30th November gave highest yield 639.25 kg/ha. Studies on the relative efficacy of organic cakes in under field conditions showed Neem oil cake was found most effective followed by Mustard oil cake. Poultry manure were found least effective among these organic amendment. Neem oil cake recorded 21.45 per cent disease incidence with 52.25 per cent disease control and 790.50 kg/ha seed yield by increasing 119.02 per cent seed yield.
How to cite this article:
Mukesh Kumar Jat, RR Ahir, Sanju Choudhary and GL Kakaraliya. Management of coriander wilt (Fusarium oxysporium) through cultural practices as organic amendments and date of sowing. Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry. 2017; 6(4): 1499-1501.