PROPORTIONAL STUDY OF MICROSCOPIC NEMATODES IN BRINJAL AND TOMATO FARMING IN SANGANER TEHSIL, JAIPUR (RAJASTHAN)
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 7066-7073
AbstractPlant parasitic nematodes continue to be a major mission to crop manufacturing that has hitherto acquired minimum studies interest in Sanganer Jaipur. The area under horticulture plants has extended to about 25% million hectares in India. The production of veggies in India became about 177 million tons. They continue living in soil in zones with hot atmospheres or brief winters. Their hatchlings pervade plant roots, causing advancement of root-tie bothers that channel the plant's supplements. During present day years, the root-hitch nematodes have come to be a complex bug of budgetary harvest blossoms. During gift investigation, an area survey of vegetable vegetation has become made in particular localities of Sanganer to determine the proportion of infestation in special vegetable plants. It will become determined that tomato, and Brinjal, have been highly prone to the assault of root-knot nematodes. Two essential vegetable plants tomato and brinjal are extra ordinarily vulnerable to the foundation-knot nematode, Meloidogyne incognita. These florae are frequently planted crop after crop without any soil remedy, crop rotation or biofertilizer etc. to govern nematode population. This has result in high increase of nematodes within the soil and consequent decrease in the crop size, fruiting and nice of fruits. Hence these researches were undertaken to see if the nematode population may be reduced by using treated distillery effluent.
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