Full Length Research Paper Antagonistic properties of Trichoderma viride on post harvest cassava root rot pathogens Ubalua A O and Oti E 1Cassava Research Programme National Root Crops Research Institute (NRCRI) Umudike P M B 7006 Umuahia Abia State Nigeria Post-harvest washing that was once considered decontamination is now viewed as a high-risk cross-contamination point The challenges in monitoring the post-harvest wash process will be discussed along with processing factors that need to be considered A range of alternative or supplemental non-aqueous interventions will be described

Sustainable potato production

2017-11-27management of soil fertility insect pest and diseases water use the importance of storage and the opportunities created by value addition It also provides "snapshots" of selected best practices and examples of successful approaches in developing countries It concludes with a series of useful fact sheets on key issues in potato

2017-3-10Tomato has significant economic importance in Ethiopia Although quantitative evidence is limited postharvest loss in tomato is considerably high This study presents qualitative and quantitative postharvest losses of tomato The study was conducted in 2015 in two districts (Bora and Dugda) located in East Shewa Zone of Oromia National Regional State Ethiopia located southeast of Addis Ababa

Apply after harvest and while leaves are still green and active Boron deficiency: Apply amount equivalent to 1 0 pound actual B per acre See text Boron maintenance: Apply amount equivalent to 0 5 pound actual B per acre See text Copper deficiency: OK to tank-mix with postharvest zinc sulfate or basic zinc sulfate sprays Follow

Post-harvest Citrus Diseases and their control Buy Article: The authors describe the major fungal diseases of citrus and methods for their control Publication date: 01 February 2004 More about this publication? An international journal covering the management of weeds pests and diseases through chemistry biology and biotechnology

2020-1-20Variable retention harvesting evolved in the Douglas-fir region of the Pacific Northwest gradually in response to increasing dissatisfaction with the ecological consequences of clear-cutting from the standpoint of wildlife habitat and other important forest functions It is a harvesting technique that can provide for retention (continuity) of such structures as large and old live trees snags

Post Harvest Diseases of Temperate Fruits and their

The diseases which develop on harvested parts of the plants like seeds fruits are known as post-harvest diseases Pathogen attack may take place during harvesting and subsequent handling storage marketing and after consumer purchase

The essential oil extracted from the epicarp of Citrus sinensis exhibited absolute fungitoxicity against the 10 post-harvest pathogens GC–MS studies of the oil revealed the presence of 10 chemical constituents of which limonene was found to be the major component (84 2%) The activity of the oil was tested by the poisoned food technique (PF) and the volatile activity (VA) assay and the

2018-4-10Horticultural crops are sources of vitamins minerals and dietary fiber but their cultivation is not widely practiced in developing countries like Ethiopia due to small-scale farming systems and poor pre- and post-harvest handling techniques In Ethiopia particularly in northern region the production of horticultural crops usually practiced in very few pocket areas such as at river and

Access the full text NOT AVAILABLE Lookup at Google Scholar Bibliographic information Language : English Type : In AGRIS since : 2009 Extent : 34 leaves All titles : Pesticide management of major pests and diseases of tomato Save as: AGRIS_AP RIS EndNote(XML) Pesticide management of major pests and diseases of tomato

2019-4-7Crop Diseases and their Management: Y S Ahlawat S Nagarajan: Crops for Fodder: Fodder Sorghum (Jowar) Maize (Fodder) Pearl Millet (Bajra) (Fodder) Cowpea Clusterbean (Guar) Guinea Grass Napier X Bajra Hybrid (Nbh) Cultivation of Hybrid Papya Post Harvest Handling: B Gangaiah R C Gautam: Diffusion and Adoption of Agricultural

2015-4-271 POST HARVEST DISEASES 2 Post harvest diseases destroy 10-30 per cent of the total crop yield In some perishable crops ›30 per cent 3 Post harvest diseases develop on plant produce during harvesting grading and packing During transportation to market/ consumer While in possession of the consumer until the actual consumption 4

2019-4-7Crop Diseases and their Management: Y S Ahlawat S Nagarajan: Crops for Fodder: Fodder Sorghum (Jowar) Maize (Fodder) Pearl Millet (Bajra) (Fodder) Cowpea Clusterbean (Guar) Guinea Grass Napier X Bajra Hybrid (Nbh) Cultivation of Hybrid Papya Post Harvest Handling: B Gangaiah R C Gautam: Diffusion and Adoption of Agricultural

2020-6-7Management of these diseases using biocontrol fungicides and conventional fungicides was evaluated on cv FL 1879 at 10C Phosphorous acid hydrogen peroxide and azoxystrobin applied in storage was moderately effective in controlling pink rot Pythium leak and late blight pathogens compared to Bacillus subtilis and Bacillus pumilus

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Diseases transmitted by rodents to man are often widespread and in some cases still lead to epidemics Post-harvest Work of GTZ 2 The Larger Grain Borer in Africa 3 The Biocontrol Success Story 4 The Integrated Post-harvest Management Strategy 5 The Systems Approach 6 The Economic Benefits 7 Further Information Post-harvest systems of

Control of post-harvest diseases The possibility that induced resistance might be used to control post-harvest diseases has been the subject of a number of studies For example ASM applied during the winter growing period was shown to delay the development of grey mould on harvested strawberry fruit although no control was obtained if ASM was

Effect of Castor Bean Oil on Post Harvest Fungal Pathogen of Coconut: Lasiodiplodia theobromae Effect of Castor Bean Oil on Post Harvest Fungal Pathogen of Coconut: Lasiodiplodia theobromae Lasiodiplodia theobromae is a cosmopolitan soil-borne fungus that causes both field and storage diseases in plant species leading to economic losses

Here Genome Biology and Genome Medicine take stock of where we are now with a collection of articles that discuss different aspects of the genomics of infectious diseases in human populations including the progress made towards their eradication and the remaining challenges in terms of both fundamental science and clinical management

Ammonium molybdate was tested as a potential fungicide for use in apples (cv Golden Delicious) against blue and grey mould important post‐harvest diseases of pome fruits In tests in vivo at 20 C ammonium molybdate (15 m M ) reduced lesion diameters of Penicillium expansum Botrytis cinerea and Rhizopus stolonifer by 84% 88% and