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An investigation was undertaken to study the effect of Bacillus subtilis in different method of applications such as seed treatment, nursery treatment and in their combinations was tested against Meloidogyne incognita in tomato. Seed treatment with B. subtilis @ 10 g/kg seed+nursery bed treatment...

Author(s)
Subhalaxmi Roy; Aran Rathod; Aniruddha Pramanik
Publisher
MKK Publication, Kolkata, India
Citation
Environment and Ecology, 2017, 35, 1B, pp 469-473
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Tomato, a highly profitable vegetable crop is severely affected by Bacterial spot pathogen and is rapidly spreading across Karnataka state (India). The pathogen Xanthomonas vesicatoria is difficult to manage due to its genetic variation and development of resistance to bactericides. The diversity...

Author(s)
Manjula, C. P.; Kumar, M. K. P.; Basha, C. R. J.
Publisher
Indian Mycological Society, Kolkata, India
Citation
Journal of Mycopathological Research, 2017, 54, 4, pp 503-510
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A pot experiment was conducted to evaluate the efficacy of avermactin a new bio-nematicide in Egypt, in comparison with five non-fumigant nematicides namely, cadusafos, ethoprophos, fenamiphos, fosthiazate and oxamyl for managing the root-knot nematode, Meloidogyne incognita in tomatoes based on...

Author(s)
Saad, A. S. A.; Radwan, M. A.; Mesbah, H. A.; Ibrahim, H. S.; Khalil, M. S.
Publisher
Pakistan Society of Nematologists, Karachi, Pakistan
Citation
Pakistan Journal of Nematology, 2017, 35, 1, pp 85-92
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In this study, the inhibitory effect of medicinal plant extracts viz., marigold (Tagetes spp.), rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis L.) and nigella (Nigella sativa L.) on root-knot nematode, Meloidogyne javanica @ 1500, 2500 and 5000 juveniles were studied on susceptible tomato cv. Karoon under...

Author(s)
Bajestani, M. S.; Dolatabadi, K.; Mahdikhani-Moghadam, E.
Publisher
Pakistan Society of Nematologists, Karachi, Pakistan
Citation
Pakistan Journal of Nematology, 2017, 35, 1, pp 73-78
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A novel method to rapidly detect only viable cells of Clavibacter michiganensis subsp. michiganensis (CMM) was established by using the EMA-qPCR. The Pat-1 was used as the target gene for qPCR detection of CMM. Samples were treated with EMA prior to DNA extraction. DNA was then amplified by qPCR to ...

Author(s)
Zhou DaXiang; Xiong Shu
Publisher
Editorial Department of Southwest China Journal of Agricultural Sciences, Chengdu, China
Citation
Southwest China Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 2017, 30, 1, pp 99-104
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The field experiment was conducted with a view to study the fluctuation of pest population of tomato fruit borer, Helicoverpa armigera (Hub.) and their relation with the prevailing weather conditions in kharif season during 2012-13. The results revealed that borer incidence commenced in the 4th...

Author(s)
Vinod Kumar; Meena, R. S.; Laichattiwar, M. A.; Singh, P. S.
Publisher
MKK Publication, Kolkata, India
Citation
Environment and Ecology, 2017, 35, 1, pp 169-171
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The mating disruption technique has been widely used for the control of several lepidopteran pests. In the present study, we assessed the efficiency of two formulations of SPLAT Neo, a wax emulsion containing E-11-hexadecenol, with and without the insecticide cypermethrin, in affecting mating...

Author(s)
Franca, S. M.; Oliveira, J. V.; Badji, C. A.; Guedes, C. A.; Duarte, B. L. R.; Oliveira, C. M.; Breda, M. O.
Publisher
Tarbiat Modares University, Tehran, Iran
Citation
Journal of Agricultural Science and Technology, 2017, 19, 1, pp 133-144
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Vascular wilting in tomato plants is an important disease caused by soil-inhabiting pathogens, especially Verticillium dahliae, which results in significant production losses. Control measures against this disease are difficult to implement due to intrinsic pathogen characteristics, such as high...

Author(s)
Carrer Filho, R.; Oliveira, R. M.; Dias, V. D.; Rocha, G. A.; Dianese, É. de C.; Cunha, M. G. da
Publisher
Universidade Federal de Goiás, Escola de Agronomia e Engenharia de Alimentos, Goiania, Brazil
Citation
Pesquisa Agropecuária Tropical, 2016, 46, 4, pp 429-433
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Thirty-three advanced lines/cultivars were screened against Tomato Bushy Stunt Virus (TBSV). Infected tomato plants found with leaf chlorosis and necrosis having bushy habit with an incidence of 9.09%. Thirty advanced lines/cultivars showed negative response against TBSV infection. One advanced...

Author(s)
Muhammad Nasir; Muhammad Idrees; Zaidi, S. S. H.; Chisti, S. A.; Muhammad Ayub; Luqman Aamrao
Publisher
Pakistan Phytopathological Society, Faisalabad, Pakistan
Citation
Pakistan Journal of Phytopathology, 2016, 28, 2, pp 283-286
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Five tomato varieties/lines (viz: Thorgal, Morgal, Rio-Grande, Baby Red and Nagina) were sown in randomized complete block design with three replications in the experimental area of Plant Pathology Department, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad. A highly susceptible variety Nagina was sown as...

Author(s)
Hussain, M. D.; Khan, M. A.; Safdar Ali; Muhammad Arshad
Publisher
Pakistan Phytopathological Society, Faisalabad, Pakistan
Citation
Pakistan Journal of Phytopathology, 2016, 28, 2, pp 141-145

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