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Plant Pathology Journal
  Year: 2014 | Volume: 13 | Issue: 2 | Page No.: 87-99
DOI: 10.3923/ppj.2014.87.99
Antifungal Activity of Plant Products for the Management of Fruit Rot Infection in Chillies
S. Sundaramoorthy, S. Usharani and Ancy P. George

Abstract:
The efficacy of 13 plant products were evaluated against chilli fruit rot and dieback incited by Colletotrichum capsici. Among them bulbs of A. sativum (20%) and A. cepa (60%) and seed extract A. indica 60% gave complete inhibition of the pathogen and were on par with carbendazim (0.1%) leaf extracts of D. metel, E. globulus and P. juliflora at 60% concentration totally inhibited the mycelial growth of C. capsici. Conidial germination of C. capsici was completely inhibited by A. sativum 20%, E. globulus, D. metel 60% and P. juliflora 60%. Plant products at their respective MIC=s totally inhibited the sporulation of C. capsici. Production of cellulolytic and pectinolytic enzymes the pathogen was also inhibited maximum with fungicide carbendazim (0.1%), followed by A. sativum and E. globulus. The same treatments recorded maximum seed germination (17.74%), seedling vigour and maximum control of disease incidence. Pots treated with A. sativum (20% conc.) recorded higher yield and fruit characters such as increased fruit length (43.53 cm) and fruit weight (36.19 g).
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S. Sundaramoorthy, S. Usharani and Ancy P. George, 2014. Antifungal Activity of Plant Products for the Management of Fruit Rot Infection in Chillies. Plant Pathology Journal, 13: 87-99.

DOI: 10.3923/ppj.2014.87.99

URL: https://scialert.net/abstract/?doi=ppj.2014.87.99

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29 July, 2014
shamal salveen raj:
dear authors this paper was very useful.
 
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