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EFFECT OF SOIL TYPE AND PLANT AGE ON STEM ROT DISEASE (RHIZOCTONIA SOLANI) OF CAULIFLOWER (BRASSICA OLERACEA VAR. BOTRYTIS).

Article Id: ARCC5134 | Page : 58-59
Citation :- EFFECT OF SOIL TYPE AND PLANT AGE ON STEM ROT DISEASE (RHIZOCTONIA SOLANI) OF CAULIFLOWER (BRASSICA OLERACEA VAR. BOTRYTIS)..Agricultural Science Digest.2000.(20):58-59
R.S. Chauhan, S.K. Maheshwari and S.K. Gandhi
Address : Department of' Plant Pathology CCS Haryana Agricultura! University, Hisar-125 004, India

Abstract

Cauliflower plants I.e. upto 20 days old were more prone to attack of
Rhizoctonia so/ani causing stem rot than 35 days old plants. In 50 days old
plants susceptibility to the disease decreased drastically. Also sandy soil favoured
maximum stem rot Incidence and least In clay soil.

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