HOW TO IDENTIFY PLANT BACTERIAL, VIRAL, AND FUNGAL DISEASES

HOW TO IDENTIFY PLANT BACTERIAL, VIRAL, AND FUNGAL DISEASES

According to the disease triangle when these three elements coincide, plant disease will occur. Eliminating just one of them will keep your plant healthy. There are two types of plant diseases: non-infectious and infectious. In non -infective plant diseases there is no pathogen involvement. No, transmit. These diseases are caused by abiotic factors like nutrient…

PEST AND DISEASES OF RUBBER

PEST AND DISEASES OF RUBBER

1. Leaf Disease 2. Panel Disease 3. Root Diseases RUBBER LEAF DISEASES 1. Odium Leaf Disease Causal Organism: Odium heveae The fungus infects leaves at various stages of maturity. Predominantly noticed on newly formed tender flush during the refoliation period. Tender leaves with ashy coating curl, crinkle, and edges roll inwards and fall, leaving the petioles attached…

PEST AND DISEASES IN A TEA PLANTATION

PEST AND DISEASES IN A TEA PLANTATION

What is a tea plantation? A land of tea cultivation is maintained at the commercial level. Pest Management Program in Tea Plantation Managing pests in tea plantation involve safe and environmentally sound use of pesticides to control crop pests when and where needed, as well as integrated pest management (IPM) strategies that avoid total reliance…

PEST & DISEASE OF CARROT, CABBAGE, LETTUCE, AND POTATO

PEST & DISEASE OF CARROT, CABBAGE, LETTUCE, AND POTATO

Pest of Carrot Carrot Rust Fly ( Psila rosae ) Carrot Weevil ( Listronotus oregonensis ) Flea Beetle (Systena blanda) Aphids (Willow-carrot aphid) (Cavariella aegopodii ) Disease of Carrot Alternaria Leaf Blight Fungus (Alternaria dauci ) Bacterial Leaf Blight (Xanthomonas campestris ) Black Rot (Alternaria radicina ) Cavity Spot (Pythium spp.) Pest of Carrot 1. Carrot Rust Fly ( Psila…

HYDROPONICS

HYDROPONICS

HYDROPONICS OR SOIL-LESS CULTURE  Generally, crops are cultivated in soil. But continuous cultivation of crops in soil has resulted in poor soil fertility, reduced the opportunities for natural soil fertility build-up by microbes. This situation has to lead to poor yield and quality. Also, conventional crop growing in soil (Open Field Agriculture) is difficult. As…