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Effect of different size of rhizomes on the severity of leaf blotch disease and yield of turmeric

Effect of different size of rhizomes on the severity of leaf blotch disease and yield of turmeric

Haryana Journal of Horticultural Sciences 31(3/4): 302

Turmeric rhizomes of different sizes, i.e. full mother (80-100 g), half-mother (50-80 g), small full mother (50-60 g), fingers (two; 10-30 g), finger (one; 10 g) and finger (half; 5-10 g), were planted in May 1999 in Bihar, India. The net plot size was 3x2.4 m. Morangia, a local turmeric cultivar, was planted at a spacing of 50x20 cm.

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