Management of root rot disease of fenugreek


  • A K Singh, S S Rao


Field experiments were conducted for two years for the management of root rot of fenugreek and it was found that maximum reduction in disease incidence (14.52% and 11.4%, respectively) was observed in the treatment where seeds were treated with carbendazim (2 g kg-1) + spray at 45, 60 & 75 days after sowing during both the years. This treatment also registered maximum seed yield of 7.3 q ha-1 and 7.9 q ha-1, respectively during the two years. The next best treatment was seed treatment with hexaconazole (2 mL kg-1) + spray (0.2%) at 45, 60 & 75 DAS with disease incidence of 16.41% and 13.7%, respectively and yield of 6.8 and 7.5 q ha-1, respectively.



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S S Rao, A. K. S. (2015). Management of root rot disease of fenugreek. Journal of Spices and Aromatic Crops, 24(1), 58–60. Retrieved from