MANAGEMENT OF RICE BLAST DISEASE BY USING NEW MOLECULES OF FUNGICIDESRAMESH BABU SURAPU, SRINIVAS P., ARUNA J., VIJAY S., CH. DURGA RANI, P. NARAYAN REDDY AND M.S. PRASAD
Rice blast was major disease in rice and it causes major losses to the farmers. It was caused by Magnaporthe grisea). Although the use of resistant cultivars is known to be the most effective control strategy, it also carries certain issues relating to development of pathogenic races. Thus the use of resistant cultivars is limited to a certain place and time. Therefore, chemical control provides great opportunity for controlling rice diseases. The present results indicated that, B:C ratio was found highest for tricyclazole followed by propiconazole.
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