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ISSN Print: 2349-6800 | ISSN Online: 2320-7078

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2019, Vol. 7, Issue 1
Reaction of garlic genotypes to thrips and purple blotch in South India

Asiya Kowser R, Amarananjundeswara H, Doddabasappa B, Aravinda Kumar JS and Aarti Pannure

Field experiments were conducted to screen different garlic genotypes against thrips damage and purple blotch disease during rabi 2016-2017. The infestation of thrips (5.78 to 9.55 thrips/ plant) and purple blotch disease incidence (4.00 to 65.20 PDI) varied among twenty-six garlic genotypes. Among genotypes, none showed highly resistance reaction against thrips infestation. Yamuna Safed, Ranebennur Local, Jamnagar Local, Mandsaur Local, GN-14-01, Ooty Local and Baram Local-06recorded thrips population (less than 6.93 per plant) were categorized as resistant. Yamuna Safed-8, Yamuna Safed-4, Bhima Purple, GN-14-27 and DWG-1 were highly susceptible against thrips (Mean population between 8.12 and 10.50thrips per plant). While, Bhima Purple, Yamuna Safed-2, Yamuna Safed-3, Yamuna Safed-4, Yamuna Safed-5, Yamuna Safed-8, Yamuna Safed-9, Baram Local-06, Jamnagar Local, Mandsaur Local, Ranebennur Local, Ooty Local, GRS-1330, GN14-25, GN14-15, DWG-2 and DWG-1 were found resistant against purple blotch disease. The similar performance was observed against thrips and purple blotch under laboratory conditions.
Pages : 63-66 | 159 Views | 12 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Asiya Kowser R, Amarananjundeswara H, Doddabasappa B, Aravinda Kumar JS and Aarti Pannure. Reaction of garlic genotypes to thrips and purple blotch in South India. 2019; 7(1): 63-66.
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