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Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

Vol. 7, Special Issue 1 (2018)

Evaluation of multiple sources of resistance and integrated management of linseed wilt

Author(s):

Savita Ekka, HC Lal, Sohan Ram, Supriya Supal Surin and Elisama Xaxa

Abstract:
For screening under natural epiphytotics, a set of 90 initial varieties and advanced varieties from breeding trial were screened against wilt, alternaria blight, powdery mildew and rust under natural condition. Among them 11 entries viz., RL-29210, RLC-153 and BAU-15-06, test entries RC-1007, RLC-153, RLC-157, SLS-101, SLS-106, NDL-2014-11 and BAU-06-03 recorded multiple disease resistant reaction. An integrated disease management trial resulted that minimum disease incidence of wilt (20.92 %) and maximum grain yield (726.39kg/h)was recorded on ST with <em>T.viride</em>@ 4g/kg+ soil appln of <em>T.viride</em> @4g/kg with 40 kg/ha well rotten FYM which was at par with ST with <em>T.harzianum</em><strong> </strong>@ 4g/kg + soil appln of <em>T.harzianum</em> @4g/kg with 40 kg/ha well rotten FYM recorded (26.67<strong> </strong>%) disease incidence and (681.94kg/h) grain yield as compare to (56.67<strong> </strong>%) wilt incidence and (501.39 kg/h) grain yield in untreated control.

Pages: 3286-3288  |  1282 Views  231 Downloads

How to cite this article:
Savita Ekka, HC Lal, Sohan Ram, Supriya Supal Surin and Elisama Xaxa. Evaluation of multiple sources of resistance and integrated management of linseed wilt. J Pharmacogn Phytochem 2018;7(1S):3286-3288.

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