Legume Research

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Legume Research, volume 25 issue 4 (december 2002) :


Jahagirdar Shamarao, Yenjerappa S.T., Ravikumar M.R., Jamadar M.M.
1Department of Plant Pathology, Regional Research Station, Bijapur - 586 101, India
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Cite article:- Shamarao Jahagirdar, S.T. Yenjerappa, M.R. Ravikumar, M.M. Jamadar (2024). FIELD EVALUATION OF BIOCONTROL AGENTS AGAINST CHICKPEA WILT. Legume Research. 25(4): . doi: .
Commercial formulations of biocontrol agensts Trichoderma viride and Pseudomonas fluorescens were evaluated against chickpea wilt during 1998–99 and 1999–2000 under sick-plot conditions. Seed treatment with Trichoderma viride (Co)+ soil application recorded 12.1 per cent wilt incidence closely followed by seed treatment (Sn with T. viride (Co) alone (12.6%) on cultivar Annigeri-1 when compared to control (42.7%). Hence, seed treatment with biocontrol agent T. viride(4 g/kg of seed) is recommended as ecofriendly approach for the management of chickpea wilt.

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