Karnataka State Sericulture Research and Development Institute

Bangalore, India

Karnataka State Sericulture Research and Development Institute

Bangalore, India
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Patil C.S.,Karnataka State Sericulture Research and Development Institute | Jyothi N.B.,Karnataka State Sericulture Research and Development Institute | Sharadamma P.,Karnataka State Sericulture Research and Development Institute
Indian Silk | Year: 2012

Role of disinfecting the rearing houses and appliances need not be over emphasized. To combat a host of disease causing micro-organisms, phenol based disinfectants are found to have added advantage over others. Seri-Phene developed at KSSRDI, Bangalore has proved to be highly effective against silkworm pathogens in a field study. Details.


Vijayeendra M.K.,Karnataka State Sericulture Research and Development Institute | Yashoda R.,Karnataka State Sericulture Research and Development Institute | Prabhuswamy N.,Karnataka State Sericulture Research and Development Institute
Journal of the Textile Association | Year: 2010

In the present study, crepe & soft silk fabrics are dyed with self and combination shades employing three different methods of dyeing and different levels of dyeing. Fabric dyed with combination of direct colours have inferior fastness compared to acid colours. The dye uptake and the colour strength of crepe fabric was found to be more than that of soft silk. The affinity of dye towards the fabric goes on increasing up to certain concentration, beyond this the dye uptake remains almost constant.

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