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Effect of post-harvest treatment of aureofungin on rhizome rot and viability of ginger seed rhizomes

Effect of post-harvest treatment of aureofungin on rhizome rot and viability of ginger seed rhizomes

Hindustan Antibiotics Bulletin 15(3): 84-85

Of 9 fungicides used for post-harvest dip treatment against storage rot, mostly Fusarium oxysporum var. zingiberis (F. o. f.sp. zingiberi), aureofungin at 0.02% and benlate at 0.2% gave the best control and did not affect viability of the rhizomes.

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