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Management of root-knot nematodes in chickpea

, : Management of root-knot nematodes in chickpea. Pakistan Journal of Nematology 14(2): 117-119

Efficacy of two nematicides phenamiphos and carbofuran, and a parasitic fungus, Paecilomyces lilacinus were tested alone and in combinations for management of root-knot nematodes on chickpea in the field. Pooled results of 3 years showed significant differences due to ha-1 various treatments for fresh shoot weight, root-knot index and grain yield. Phenamiphos @ 1 kg ha was found most effective followed by P. lilacinus @ 1 t ha-1 based on neemcake treatments. However, integration of nematicide and biocontrol agent did not show any additive effect.

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