2022, Vol. 2, Issue 1, Part A
A comprehensive study of soil fumigants over Soil born fungal infection in plantsAuthor(s):
Dr. Firdos KatiarAbstract:
Soil-borne fungal infections in plants are caused by fungi that live in the soil and infect plant roots, stems, or leaves. These infections can cause significant damage to crops and can result in reduced yield, stunted growth, or even plant death. Soil fumigants are pesticides that are used to control pests and pathogens in soil before planting crops. These chemicals are applied to the soil and then either evaporate or are absorbed into the soil. Once in the soil, the fate of soil fumigants depends on several factors, including their chemical properties, environmental conditions, and the management practices used after application.Pages: 50-53 | Views: 335 | Downloads: 182Download Full Article: Click Here
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Dr. Firdos Katiar. A comprehensive study of soil fumigants over Soil born fungal infection in plants. Int J Plant Pathol Microbiol 2022;2(1):50-53.