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PREVALENCE OF FOOT ROT OF BLACK PEPPER IN KARNATAKA

Article Id: ARCC4901 | Page : 45 - 47
Citation :- PREVALENCE OF FOOT ROT OF BLACK PEPPER IN KARNATAKA.Agricultural Science Digest.2002.(22):45 - 47
Shamarao Jahagirdar and A.L. Siddaramaiah
Address : Department of Plant Pathology, UAS, GKVK, Bangalore - 560 065, India

Abstract

Stratified random sampling survey conducted for two years during 1996 and 1997 revealed that the average incidence of foot rot was 48.24 per cent during 1997 as compared to 44.64 per cent during 1996. The disease incidence ranged from 10.5 to 68.5 percent, 19.2 to 69 per cent during 1996 and 1997 respectively. Based on survey over two years, Kalasa, Gaddemane, Sakaleshpur of Chickamagalore district, Karkikoppa of Shimoga, Devarakoppa and Neeranaki of Sirsi were identified as hot spots for foot rot of black pepper in Karnataka

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