THE EFFICACY OF VARIOUS FUNGICIDES AGAINST TOMATO FUSARIUM WILT (FUSARIUM OXYSPORUM F. SP. LYCOPERSICI)Dipen Dholu, Poonam P. Shete, Yuvraj G. Kasal and Pansuriya Dhaval
The tomato is one of the most popular vegetables farmed worldwide. One of the most harmful tomato disease is Fusarium wilt, which is a disease that the fungus Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. lycopersici causes. Disease causes about 30% to 40% losses in yield. The poisoned food technique was used to assess the fungitoxic activity of the fungicides Blitox 50, Aliette, Roko, Amistar, Avtar, and Cabrio Top at the plant pathology department of the college of agriculture at LPU, Punjab, throughout the years 2021-2022. Six different fungicides were tested in the lab at various concentrations such as 50, 100, and 150 ppm. Thiophanate Methyl (Roko) show the best result in laboratory. Same fungicides were checked at field. Among this fungicides Copper Oxychloride (Blitox 50) shows the best result in field condition.