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Khairnar D.N.,Mycology and Plant Pathology Research Laboratory | Kelhe A.S.,Mycology and Plant Pathology Research Laboratory | Khairnar A.B.,Mycology and Plant Pathology Research Laboratory
Nature Environment and Pollution Technology | Year: 2011

Twenty seven fungal species were found associated with seeds of six cereals. Maximum fungi were reported from seeds of Pennisetum typhoides and Sorghum vulgare. Aspergillus flavus, Fusarium moniliformae and Fusarium oxysporum were found pathogeniccausing seed rot, seed discoloration and germination in hibition. Captan and Dithane M-45 proved best for seed dressing.


Khairnar D.N.,Mycology and Plant Pathology Research Laboratory | Kelhe A.S.,Mycology and Plant Pathology Research Laboratory | Khairnar A.B.,Mycology and Plant Pathology Research Laboratory
Nature Environment and Pollution Technology | Year: 2011

Twenty seven fungal species were reported from the seeds of six cereals. The fungal metabolites played significant role in reducing the number of population of seed mycoflora. Fungal metabllites of A flavus, Fusarium oxysporum and F. mon\liformae were more effective as they showed 100 percent germination inhibition and root and shoot elongation of all cereals.

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