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Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

Vol. 7, Special Issue 1 (2018)

Evaluation of mycotoxicity of commercial fungicides against Colletotrichum capsici fsp. cyamopsicola

Author(s):

Amita Pachori, Omprakash Sharma and Reeti singh

Abstract:
Clusterbean is a legume crop usually used for vegetable purpose, but it is also have industrial benefits because its gum (found in endosperm of seed) is used as a raw material in medicinal, paper, cosmetic industry etc. But due to this fungal disease the yield has been reduced, so that its management at proper time is very necessary for improving its quality and quantity. By keeping this view in mind in present study some commercially available fungicides were evaluated for the mycelial inhibition of Colletotrichum capsici fsp. Cyamopsicola by adopting poison food technique under laboratory conditions. The result reveals that the maximum mycelial growth was found in thiram (18.13 mm), which was followed by neemicide (10.46 mm). The absolute mycelial growth inhibition was found in azoxystrobin (0.00 mm), which was followed by hexaconazole (2.33 mm), propiconazole (2.36 mm)

Pages: 2816-2817  |  1174 Views  198 Downloads

How to cite this article:
Amita Pachori, Omprakash Sharma and Reeti singh. Evaluation of mycotoxicity of commercial fungicides against Colletotrichum capsici fsp. cyamopsicola. J Pharmacogn Phytochem 2018;7(1S):2816-2817.

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