POPULATION OF MYCOFLORA IN THE PADDY FIELD OF POONDI, THANJAVUR DISTRICT

Article Id: ARCC5042 | Page : 145 - 148
Citation :- POPULATION OF MYCOFLORA IN THE PADDY FIELD OF POONDI, THANJAVUR DISTRICT.Agricultural Science Digest.2001.(21):145 - 148
V. Ambikapathy, A. Panneerselvam and R. Saravanamuthu*
Address : AVV.M. Sri Pushpam College (Autonomous) Poondi - 613 503, India

Abstract

Population of soil fungi in the paddy field was studied using soil dilution plate technique. Twenty six species of fungi were isolated. The effect of different environmental factors like temperature, moisture content, pH, organic carbon, organic matter and organic nitrogen on the population of fungi was correlated.

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