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In Vitro evaluation of fungicides and biocontrol agents against Brinjal leaf blight and fruit rot pathogen Phomopsis vexans Sacc Syd Harter



In Vitro evaluation of fungicides and biocontrol agents against Brinjal leaf blight and fruit rot pathogen Phomopsis vexans Sacc Syd Harter







Carbendazim recorded 100% inhibition of P. vexans over control at 1 ppm concentration. Mancozeb recorded 14.82, 20.93, 33.51, 37.60 and 48.33 per cent inhibition in mycelial growth of P. vexans over control at 10, 20, 30, 40 and 50 ppm concentrations, respectively. Among the combination of fungicides, carbendazim 12% + mancozeb 63% was most effective. Among biocontrol agents Trichoderma viride (Tv-1), T. virens (Ts-1), T. harzianum (Th-1) and T. viride (JMU-24) overgrew the pathogen exhibiting antagonism of Class 1 on Bell's scale.

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