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Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci.2018.7(2): 3466-3476
DOI: https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcmas.2018.702.413


Comparative Effect of Selected Chemicals with Pseudomonas sp. on Leaf Blight (Alternaria triticina) of Wheat
Ghanshyam Kumar Pandey*, Rajendra K. Singh and Sobita Simon
Department of Plant Pathology, Faculty of Agriculture, Sam Higginbottom University of Agriculture Technology & Sciences, Allahabad, India
Defence Institute of High Altitude Research, Defence Research and Development Organization
*Corresponding author
Abstract:

The present investigation was carried out in crop season of Rabi 2013 with the wheat variety of Pusa 402. Leaf blight of wheat is an important disease of wheat in northern and eastern region of India. Use of Fungicide and bioagent can be minimized by the integrated approach towards the management of plant diseases. Treatment of foliar spray with propiconazole @500 ml/ha was found best for reduce disease intensity, higher shoot length, root length, root weight, shoot weight, number of tiller, yield/ha. Observation recorded on 50 DAS pertaining to mean plant fresh shoot weight was highest in Propiconazole followed by Pseudomonas sp (9.86g-T5), Captan (7.86g-T2,) + Ergon (7.17gt1) + Hexaconazole (5.61g t3), Control (4.53g-T0). All the treatments were found statistically significant over control and among the treatments non-significant result were found in the treatments (T1, T2,) and (T3) (T5) (T4) was statistically significant over other treatments but there is significant increase in plant shoot weight in treatments over control. However, foliar spray of Propiconazole@ 500 ml/ha was found superior among all the treatments in managing the leaf blight and least significant was found with Hexaconazole 25% E.C.@ 1000 ml/ha Observation recorded on 100 DAS (Table 4.1) pertaining to mean plant fresh shoot weight was highest in Propiconazole (18.46g-T4), followed by Pseudomonas sp (16.26g-T5), Captan (12.85g-T2), Ergon (10.90-T1), Hexaconazole (9.34g-T3), Control (7.16g-T0). All the treatments were foun statistically significant over control treatment. However, foliar spray of Propiconazole@ 500 ml/ha was found superior among all the treatments in managing the leaf blight and least significant was found with Hexaconazole 25% E.C. @ 1000 ml/ha.


Keywords: Alternation triticina, Disease, Fungicide, Bioagent. Wheat
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Ghanshyam Kumar Pandey, Rajendra K. Singh and Sobita Simon. 2018. Comparative Effect of Selected Chemicals with Pseudomonas Sp. on Leaf Blight (Alternaria triticina) of Wheat.Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci. 7(2): 3466-3476. doi: https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcmas.2018.702.413