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Management of rhizome rot caused by Pythium, Fusarium and Ralstonia spp in ginger (Ginger officinale) under natural field conditions

Management of rhizome rot caused by Pythium, Fusarium and Ralstonia spp in ginger (Ginger officinale) under natural field conditions

Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 81(3): 268-270

ISSN/ISBN: 0019-5022

An experiment was conducted during 2005-08 to study the management practices to control rhizome rot caused by Pythium, Fusarium and Ralstonia in ginger (Ginger officinale Rose) the seed treatment with Ridomil MZ 72% WP (metalaxyl 8% mancozeb 64% (1.25 g /litre) found 81.6% of plant survival and maximum yield of 10.2 tonnes /ha, followed by the treatment with T. harzianum 72.05% plant survival and 7.6 tonnes /ha of yield. Both the best treatments are statistically different regarding plant survival and yield.

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