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Extraneous supply of organic additives affecting nodulation, phytoalexin synthesis and disease susceptibility of soybean



Extraneous supply of organic additives affecting nodulation, phytoalexin synthesis and disease susceptibility of soybean



International Journal of Tropical Plant Diseases 2(1): 9-16



The susceptibility of the soyabean Soymax to Macrophomina phaseolina was significantly altered by an extraneous supply of selected organic additives. Among these, dried cabbage leaves and mustard-oil cake showed the highest and lowest C/N ratios, respectively. Sawdust and paddy straw reduced charcoal rot but cabbage leaves were more effective. Disease susceptibility was increased by molasses, wheat bran, chicken manure and sugarcane bagasse.

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