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Evaluation of Phytoextracts Against Curvularia Eragrostidis Causing Leaf Tip Blight of Spider Lilly in Vitro Condition

V. P. Prajapati, N. K. Gajre, D. H. Tandel, A. J. Deshmukh and R. C. Patel

  • Page No:  119 - 120
  • Published online: 28 Aug 2017

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The aqueous phytoextracts of commonly available ten plant species evaluated in vitro by poisoned food technique againsttheir inhibitory effect on the mycelial growth of Curvularia eragrostidis. The turmeric (Curcuma longa L.) was found most effective with per cent growth inhibition of 75.18% followed by dhatura (Datura metal L.)(46.67%), neem (Azardirachta indica A.Juss.) (44.07%), tulsi (Ocimum sanctum L.)(41.11%) and ardusi (Adhatoda vasica (L.) Nees.)(40.00%) for growth of Curvularia eragrostidis.

Keywords :   Botanicals, C. eragrostidis, Leaf Tip Blight, Spider lilly

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Prajapati VP, Gajre NK, T DH, el , Deshmukh AJ, Patel RC. Evaluation of Phytoextracts Against Curvularia Eragrostidis Causing Leaf Tip Blight of Spider Lilly in Vitro Condition IJEP [Internet]. 28Aug.2017[cited 8Feb.2022];4(1):119-120. Available from: http://www.pphouse.org/ijep-article-details.php?art=116

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