Bioefficacy of Water Based Phytoextracts against Dry Rot and Charcoal Rot Pathogens of Potato Caused by Fusarium Sp. and Macrophomina Phaseolina Under In Vitro Test Condition - Volume 3, No.4, October, 2014 - IJLBPR
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Bioefficacy of Water Based Phytoextracts against Dry Rot and Charcoal Rot Pathogens of Potato Caused by Fusarium Sp. and Macrophomina Phaseolina Under In Vitro Test Condition

Prashant B Sandipan
Niger Research Station (NRS), Vanarasi, Navsari Agricultural University (NAU), Navsari (Gujarat), India
Abstract—Potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) is one of the most nutritious sources of food in the world. In this experiment bioefficacy of phytoextracts of eleven plant species having medicinal values were tested in vitro by poisoned food technique against Fusarium sp. and Macrophomina phaseolina causing dry rot and charcoal rot diseases of potato. To manage these diseases effectively with safer approach, different concentration of phytoextracts were tested. Result revealed against Fusarium sp. that the Onion bulb @ 10% showed maximum growth inhibition (63.52%) followed by extract of Garlic bulb (62.05%) and Ginger rhizome (59.70%). While, extract of Onion bulb @ 10% produced maximum growth inhibition (55.27%) of Macrophomina phaseolina followed by Garlic bulb (54.44%), Datura leaves (52.22%) and Karanj leaves (51.11%) respectively 

Index Terms—phytoextracts, fusarium sp., macrophomina phaseolina, dry rot, charcoal rot

Cite: Prashant B Sandipan, "Bioefficacy of Water Based Phytoextracts against Dry Rot and Charcoal Rot Pathogens of Potato Caused by Fusarium Sp. and Macrophomina Phaseolina Under In Vitro Test Condition," International Journal of Life Sciences Biotechnology and Pharma Research, Vol. 3, No. 4, pp. 69-73, October 2014.
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