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International Journal of Chemical Studies

Vol. 5, Issue 4 (2017)
Survey of chilli fruit rot; potential threat to chilli crops a focus on Jaipur district


Author(s): AL Yadav, RP Ghasolia, Sajjan Choudhary and VK Yadav

Abstract: It is an important spice, vegetable as well as cash crop of Rajasthan, mostly cultivated in kharif season, which is quite remunerative for farmers. It is affected by several diseases, but among the fungal diseases, fruit rot caused by Colletotrichum capsici (Sydow) Butler and Bisby, is a serious disease and one of the major constraints in chilli cultivation throughout the world. In the present study a survey was conducted to assess the fruit rot incidence of chilli in four locations in Jaipur district. Overall 60.33 per cent fruit were found infected at surveyed four locations of Jaipur district during 2015 and ranges from 51.75% to 66.70%.Therefore the fruit rot incidence reveals thatthe predominance presence of fruit rot is a major constraints to profitable of chilli in Jaipur district.

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How to cite this article:
AL Yadav, RP Ghasolia, Sajjan Choudhary, VK Yadav. Survey of chilli fruit rot; potential threat to chilli crops a focus on Jaipur district. Int J Chem Stud 2017;5(4):1556-1557.
International Journal of Chemical Studies