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Comparative evaluation of performance of 16 fungi toxicants as seed dressers for the control of seed borne fungi of raya brassica juncea



Comparative evaluation of performance of 16 fungi toxicants as seed dressers for the control of seed borne fungi of raya brassica juncea



Journal of Research Punjab Agricultural University 19(4): 343-350



Of the 16 fungitoxicants, Bayton, griseofulvin and Tafasan had a detrimental effect on the germinability of seeds while others either slightly improved it or had no effect. All the fungitoxicants reduced the seed-borne fungi quantatively and qualitatively although the effects differed with each fungitoxicants and dosage of application. Aretan 6, Bayleton, Bayton, Brassicol, captan, Ceresan, Demosan, Derosel, difolatan, griseofulvin, Tafasan, Thiride and Vitavax were effective against Alternaria brassicae at a dosage ranging 2-4 g/kg seed. Difolatan and thiride at a dosage of 4 g/kg seed were highly effective against most of the fungi.

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