The Potential of Antagonistic Organisms for Bio-Control of Neovossia indica Causing Karnal Bunt of Wheat
Neovossia indica (Mitra) Mundkur, causing Karnal bunt of wheat is mainly a soil-borne pathogen, whose teliospores germinate and produce a crop of allantoid secondary sporidia, which become air-borne and cause infection (Dhaliwal and Singh, 1986). Seed treatment and foliar spray fungicides have been tested to control the disease (Singh et al., 1985, 1991).
Wheat, Karnal Bunt, Biological Control, Trichoderma spp., Gliocladium spp., Bacillus subtilis.
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