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Effect of different doses of nitrogen on the rhizome rot of ginger


Effect of different doses of nitrogen on the rhizome rot of ginger



Journal of Applied Biology 10(2): 169-171



The effect of nitrogen rates (20, 45, 60, 75, 100 and 125 kg/ha) on rhizome rot (caused by Pythium aphanidermatum) of ginger was investigated in a field experiment conducted in Bihar, India, during 1998. The minimum disease incidence of 15.00% and maximum yield of 261.25 q/ha were recorded at 75 kg N/ha treatment.

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