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Diagnosis of some wilt-like disorders of chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.)
Y. L. Nene
|Statement||Y.L. Nene, M.P. Haware, and M.V. Reddy.|
|Series||Information bulletin / International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics -- no. 3., Information bulletin (International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-arid Tropics) -- no. 3.|
|Contributions||Haware, M. P., Reddy, M. V.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||44 p. :|
|Number of Pages||44|
CHICKPEA WILT AND ITS MANAGEMENT - A REVIEW Hari Chand and t Department of Plant Pathology C.C.S. Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar, India ABSTRACT Chickpea (Cicer arietinum L), wilt caused by Fusarium oxysporum ciceri was first reported from India in Currently the disease is prevalent in several countries. Summary. Biological control ofRhizoctonia bataticola on gram by coating seed with antagonistic microorganisms was investigated. Initially microorganisms were selected from bacteria and actinomycetes isolated from a loam soil and screened for antagonism toR. bataticola on potato dextrose agar. Four bacterial isolates and six actinomycete isolates proved antagonistic toR. Cited by:
Chickpea wilt caused by Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. ciceri is the most important soil borne disease and main constraint in boosting the yield. Keeping in view survey on the incidence of Fusarium wilt of chickpea diseases was carried out in seven districts of southern Karnataka during Rabi Author: Vanniya Rajan P., Muhammad Saifulla. Fusarium oxysporum ciceris. Fusarium oxysporum ciceris is a fungal plant pathogen that causes fusarium wilt of : Nectriaceae.
Besides, in some chickpea growing areas, especially in the central parts of Ethiopia such as Southwest Shewa, West Shewa and contiguous zones, survey work on chickpea diseases was last carried out in the late s and this data has not been updated. Periodic survey of diseases is required to update information on the type, dis-File Size: 1MB. Chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) is an ancient self-pollinated legume crop believed to have originated in south-eastern Turkey and the adjoining part of major goals of chickpea breeding are to increase production either by upgrading the genetic potential of cultivars or by eliminating the effect of diseases, insects, drought and by:
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DIAGNOSIS OF SOME WILT-LIKE DISORDERS OF CHICKPEA (Cicer arietinum L.) Considerable confusion exists in diagnosing various chickpea disorders, particularly wilt and root rots. ICRISAT in initiated a project to investigate the so-called " w i l t complex." After many critical observations of symptoms, hundreds of isolations of fungi.
Diagnosis of some wilt-like disorders of chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.). Hyderabad, India: International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics, [between and ] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Y L Nene; M P Haware; M V Reddy; International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics.
Diagnosis of some wilt-like disorders of chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) By Y L Diagnosis of some wilt-like disorders of chickpea book, M P Haware and M V Reddy Download PDF (1 MB)Author: Y L Nene, M P Haware and M V Reddy. Diagnosis of some wilt-like disorders of chickpea ().
Etiology and control of seed decay and pre-emergence damping-off of chickpea by Pythium ultimum. White Mold Stem and Crown Rot of Chickpea Sclerotinia (S. minor, S. sclerotiorum, and S. trifoliorum). Symptoms: A visible white mycelia grows around the stem on the soil surface.
Black bodies (sclerotia) appear in various shapes and sizes on dead or dying chickpea stems. Symptoms of both diseases in chickpea consisted of yellowing and wilting of the foliage and death of infected plants.
Symptoms of different wilt-like disorders of chickpea are illustrated and described in a recent publication by Nene et al. At least 3 viruses were isolated from yellows-affected plants in California (Snyder et al., ).
infect chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) in different parts of the world (Nene et al. ), but only a few of them have the potential to devastate the crop. Some diseases are persistent problems in chickpea production in wide geographical areas, notably, ascochyta blight, fusarium wilt, dry root rot, stunt [caused by bean (pea) leaf roll.
Field diagnosis of chickpea diseases and their control. Information Bulletin The survival of Fusarium oxysporum f. ciceri in the soil in the absence of chickpea. Get this from a library. Compendium of chickpea and lentil diseases and pests. [Weidong Chen; H C Sharma; Fred J Muehlbauer; American Phytopathological Society.;] -- This compendium is a field guide on diagnosis and management of diseases, insect pests, and noninfectious disorders of chickpea and lentil.
It covers diseases caused by fungi, nematodes, viruses. diseases in pulses: chickpeas An overview of chickpea diseases, symptoms, occurrence, hosts and management is summarised in the chickpea disease guide summary Table at the end of this chapter.
Prev. Abstract. Chickpea is a food grain legume with a continuous increasing global demand during the past years. The exceptional nutritional characteristics make this crop a high-quality source of protein for people in developing countries and.
A chickpea rhizosphere-competent bacterial strain of P. fluorescens that suppressed F. oxysporum f. ciceri, R. bataticola and Pythium spp. was developed with the help of spontaneous chromosomal Rifr strain method.
This is the first report of a single biocontrol bacterium active against three most devastating pathogenic fungi of chickpea. Fusarium wilt of chickpea, caused by the fungus Fusarium oxysporum f.
ciceris (Foc), is the most important soil-borne disease limiting chickpea production worldwide . Management of. Only a few of the diseases reported on Cicer arietinum from different parts of the world are of economic importance.
Internationally these include Fusarium wilt (F. oxysporum ciceris), Ascochyta blight (A. rabiei), and stunt (bean leaf roll luteovirus). In the Mediterranean area, these 3 diseases, as well as stem rot (Sclerotinia sclerotiorum) and root rot (Macrophomina Cited by: The chickpea plant can range in height from 20 cm ( in) up to cm ( in) and as an annual, grows over only one growing season.
Chickpea may also be referred to as gram pea, garbanzo bean or ceci bean and originate from south-eastern Turkey. This disease attacks chickpea grown in conditions of high rainfall, cool temperatures, and dense crop canopies.
Sclerotinia White Mould is more common in crop rotations that include other susceptible broadleaf crops such as canola, mustard, lentils, or peas.
SYMPTOMS: Symptoms usually occur in patches, typically in heavier crop areas. Wilt of chickpea (Cicer arietinum caused by Fusarium some of them are also resistant to one of the other races (4). Only a few reports on the inheritance of resistance, all under field Nene, Y. L., Haware, M.
P., and Reddy, M. Diagnosis of some wilt-like disorders of chickpea (Cicer-arietinum ICRISAT (Int. Crops Res. Inst. Viral diseases; Bushy stunt Chickpea bushy stunt virus: Distortion mosaic Chickpea distortion mosaic virus: Filiform Chickpea filiform virus: Mosaic Alfalfa mosaic virus: Narrow leaf Bean yellow mosaic virus: Necrosis Lettuce necrotic yellows virus.
Pea streak virus. Proliferation Cucumber mosaic virus: Stunt Bean (pea) leaf roll virus: Yellowing. Chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) is the world’s third most important pulse crop, after dry beans (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) and dry peas (Pisum sativum L.) – (Vishwadhar and Gurha, ).
Chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) is a vital source of plant-derived edible protein in many countries. Chickpea also has advantages in the.
In order to make a sound diagnosis of Fusarium wilt, it is necessary to isolate the fungus; then to identify the species and finally to carry out pathogenicity tests. Leslie & Summerell () described procedures and techniques for isolation, culture and identification of Fusarium species.
The use of germplasm resistant to F. oxysporum ciceris is the primary means of disease control. Losses may also be reduced by fungicide applications (Shugha et al., ), maintaining high levels of organic matter in the soil and avoiding very early planting (Padwick and Bhagwagar, ).).
As the fungus is seedborne, it is important to use seed from disease-free fields.Hyderabad, India. pp. Jain, H. K., and Bahl, P. N. Recommendations of symposium on gram wilt.
Indian J. Genet. Plant Breed. List of chickpea diseases (18 words) MP & Reddy MV () Diagnosis of some wilt-like disorders of chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.).
International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid. List of the vascular plants in the Red Data Book of Russia (2, words).