Chemical control of Fusarium solani isolated from Local – Bean seeds , in laboratory and in greenhouse conditions
Keywords:Fusarium solani , Bean seeds
In this experiment five fungicides;Roveral, Rizolex, Vitavax, Benlate, and Cabtan with seven concentertions for each one (0, 25, 50, 100, 200, 400, 800 ppm) were used to control Fusarium solani in the laboratory and in greenhouse on local varieties of beans for longitiudinal fungal growth were taken at determined period. Results indicated that fungal growth was inhabited after 192 hr from incubation at conc. 200 ppm of Rizolex, at 400 ppm of captan and Benalte and at 800 ppm from Roveral and vitavax. Significant differences were noted between periods, fungicides and concenterations . In the greenhous expirements three concentrations for each fungicide were used. Results indicated that Vitavax gave the lowest pre – and post emergence seed death, followed by Benalte , Rizolex captan ahd Roveral respectively, significant differences were noticed between the time and the treatments. Results indicated that fungicides and concentrations had different effects on root length, fresh and dry weight of vegetative and root growth.
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