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Effect of fifteen indigenous plant extracts on root-knot of brinjal

, : Effect of fifteen indigenous plant extracts on root-knot of brinjal. Bangladesh Journal of Plant Pathology 6(1/2): 9-11

Among the 15 different indigenous plant extracts, shatamuli (Asparagus officinalis) was found to be most effective in killing the juveniles of M. javanica. The standard concentration(s) of the plant extract suppressed the activity of M. javanica with lower galling indices on brinjal Singhnath. Better plant growth in respect of length and fresh weight of shoot and root were observed at S and S/2 concentrations.

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