International Journal of Chemical Studies
Vol. 5, Issue 3 (2017)
Bio-efficacy and phytotoxicity study of fungicide fluopyram 200 + tebuconazole 200 – 400sc against powdery mildew and postharvest diseases of mango
Author(s): PD Patil, RA Raut, RA Karande and PC Haldavanekar
Abstract: Yield of mango can be drastically reduced due to infection of powdery mildew and postharvest fruit rots diseases. These two diseases are widespread causing heavy loss in mango. Considering the endemic nature of disease under Konkan conditions the present investigation was carried out at Regional Fruit Research Station, Vengurle by using new molecule Fluopyram 200 +Tebuconazole 200 – 400 SC fungicide. In the present study two fungicides with different concentrations were tested against powdery mildew and Postharvest rot in field conditions. Among the different concentrations of fungicide tested Fluopyram 200 +Tebuconazole 200 – 400 SC at 750 ml/ha concentration were found to be significantly superior over control with incidence of powdery mildew (25.10%) and postharvest disease incidence (15.00%) as compared to rest of the treatments.
Pages: 667-670 | 570 Views 12 Downloads
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PD Patil, RA Raut, RA Karande, PC Haldavanekar. Bio-efficacy and phytotoxicity study of fungicide fluopyram 200 + tebuconazole 200 – 400sc against powdery mildew and postharvest diseases of mango. Int J Chem Stud 2017;5(3):667-670.