EXTRACTION, IDENTIFICATION & DIVERSITY OF MICROSCOPIC NEMATODES IN TOMATO GROWN IN AGRICULTURAL AREA OF SANGANER TEHSIL, JAIPUR (RAJASTHAN)
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 8, Pages 4019-4026
AbstractNematodes are a very common place organism determined in agricultural soil. Root-knot nematodes are well known as dangerous sedentary obligate parasites of vegetable across the world. Root knot nematodes are taken into consideration as one of the maximums economically destructive of plant parasitic nematodes of tomato. The survey, extraction and observation of root-knot sickness on tomato in 10 localities in and around the Sanganer Tehsils, Jaipur (Rajasthan), showed that the crops of tomato in all the 10 localities had been infected with root-knot nematodes. The highest frequency (90%) discovered in Muhana location, followed by Neota and Vatika localities. In both the localities the frequency turned into 80%. In Abhaypura and Balawala and Ratalya regions the frequency of the disorder was 60% and 70% respectively. The frequency in Mahapura and Panwaliya region has 50%. The lowest frequency (40%) observed in Mohanpura and Bagru khurd regions. Both gall index and egg mass index (average) ranged between 2-5, 3 and 4. The finest egg mass and gall indicates (5 each) became determined in Muhana place. The gall and egg masses indices have been 4 in almost areas. Meloidogyne incognita and M. Javanica have been recognized to contaminate tomato in different regions.
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