Sahadeo D Ramteke, Appaso H Gavali, Sharad R Bhagwat, Amruta R Langote, Snehal M Khalate and Jeevan N Kalbhor
Field experiment was conducted during the fruiting season of 2021-22 to test the efficacy of Basfoliar Kelp O SL on Manik Chaman clone of Thompson Seedless grapevines at farmer’s field (located at latitude 17.674553 0N and the longitude is 75.323723 0E). Basfoliar Kelp O SL (Ecklonia maxima) was applied at 1.50 ml; 3.00 ml; 6.00 ml per liter of water respectively along with market standard quikon at 2.00 ml per liter of water, during berry development stages. The result revealed that foliar application of Basfoliar Kelp O SL (Ecklonia maxima) had significant impact on pedicel thickness, average bunch weight, 10 berry weight, berry diameter, berry length, yield per vine and berry quality parameters total soluble solids, titratable acidity in grapes. The foliar application of Basfoliar Kelp O SL (Ecklonia maxima) at 3.00 ml per liter of water was optimum to obtain the desired quality parameters in grapes.
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Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry