+ Translate

Chemical control of betel vine wilt disease

, : Chemical control of betel vine wilt disease. Pesticides 16(8): 14-15

In field tests with 7 fungicides (as soil drenches) against Phytophthora parasitica on Piper betle, Daconil 2787 Bordeaux and Fytolan (copper oxychloride) gave effective control.

(PDF 0-2 workdays service)

Accession: 001053765

Submit PDF Full Text: Here

Submit PDF Full Text

No spam - Every submission is manually reviewed

Due to poor quality, we do not accept files from Researchgate

Submitted PDF Full Texts will always be free for everyone
(We only charge for PDFs that we need to acquire)

Select a PDF file:

Related references

Narasimhan, V.; Ramakrishnan, K., 1969: Studies on wilt disease of Betel vine. This disease of Piper betle caused by Phytophthora parasitica appears to be a vascular wilt . The fungus was isolated from soil and irrigation water using live seeds of Ricinus communis.

Hiremath, P.C.; Sulladmath, V.V.; Ponnappa, K.M., 1981: Chemical control of betel-vine decline. Of 11 fungicides assayed in vitro and in the field against Piper betle decline due to Fusarium solani, Bavistin [carbendazim] proved most effective under prevailing soil conditions, followed by Du-ter [fentin hydroxide], captan and Blitox (copper...

Maiti, S.; Khatua, D.C.; Sen, C., 1978: Chemical control of two major foliage diseases of betel vine. In field tests with 8 fungicides (4 systemic) on Piper betle Cuman L (Zn dimethyl dithiocarbamate), Dexon [fenaminosulf], Blitox (Cu oxychloride) and Dithane M-45 [mancozeb] effectively controlled Phytophthora palmivora and Bavistin [carbendazim]...

Sinha, J.N.; Singh, A.P., 1992: Fusarium wilt of betel vine in India. A serious disease of betel vine (Piper betle) was observed in Erki, Gidhol and Erua villages in the Aurangabad district, Maharashtra state, and in Handia village, Nawada district, Bihar, India, during Nov. 1985 and Jul. 1987. F. solani was isolate...

Narasimhan, V.; Ramalingam, M., 1967: Betel' s wilt disease can be kept under control. The symptoms of Piper betle wilt caused by Phytophthora parasitica are described. The disease is at its most destructive in Madras during the cold season (minimum 23 degrees C. or less) but is not significantly influenced by rainfall. Monthly dren...

Subramanian K.S.; Rao A.V., 1970: Some experiments on the betel d vine wilt at pothanur in tamil nadu. Indian Phytopathology 23(4): 603-605

Subramanian, K.S.; Rao, A.V., 1970: Some experiments on the Betel vine wilt at Pothanur in Tamil Nadu. Monthly applications of Bordeaux from the early stages of the Piper betle crop controlled Phytophthora parasitica and increased yield. Application of superphosphate reduced mortality.

Dalganjan Singh, 1996: Epidemiological factors in relation to occurrence of Phytophthora wilt of betel vine (Piper betle L.). Multiple regression analysis between weather parameters as independent factors and Phytophthora wilt severity as a dependent factor was determined on the most commonly grown P. betle cv. Mahoba deshwari in Mahoba, Uttar Pradesh, India. There was a...

Vyas, Sc, 1981: Diseases of betel vine and their control. Farmer and parliament 16(9): 15-16

Naik M.K.; Hiremath P.C., 1986: Unrecorded pathogen on betel vine piper betel causing anthracnose. Current Science (Bangalore) 55(13): 625-626