Use of bio-agent and organics for sustainable management of pea root rot

Paper Details

Research Paper 04/04/2024
Views (116) Download (21)
current_issue_feature_image
publication_file

Use of bio-agent and organics for sustainable management of pea root rot

Ferdous Akter, Tanvir Md. Rashedur Rahman, Mst. Sharmin Akter Shova, Md. Giush Uddin Ahmed, Most. Farhana Begom
Int. J. Agron. Agri. Res.24( 4), 1-8, April 2024.
Certificate: IJAAR 2024 [Generate Certificate]

Abstract

Efficacies of Trichoderma, neem and garlic extract were evaluated for managing pea root rot disease sustainably through seed treatment. The experiment employed six treatments alongside a control (T0= Control, T1= Trichoderma viride, T2= Trichoderma harzianum-BD, T3= Trichoderma harzianum-TH, T4= Neem extract, T5= Garlic extract, T6= Chemical i.e., Carbendazim 50 WP) in a randomized complete block design.  Results from in vitro experiments revealed substantial inhibition of Fusarium solani mycelial growth by Trichoderma and plant extracts. Trichoderma harzianum-TH exhibited the highest activity in suppressing fungal growth, closely followed by chemical treatment. Additionally, garlic extract showed notable inhibition in fungi. Field trials demonstrated significant reductions in both root rot incidence and severity of diseases in treated plots. Plots treated with Trichoderma harzianum-TH showed the most promising outcomes in regards to in vitro and field experiment. Moreover, Trichoderma viride, Trichoderma harzianum-BD, and neem extract also exhibited considerable effectiveness in curbing disease progression. This research contributes valuable insights into sustainable disease management strategies for enhancing pea crop productivity and resilience.

VIEWS 36

Anonymous. 1986. Annual report 1985-86. Plant Pathology Division, BARI, Gazipur. 19p.

BBS (Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics). 2021. Yearbook of Agricultural Statistics of Bangladesh. Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics. Statistics and Informatics Division. Ministry of Planning. Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh, 106-107p.

Booth C. 1971. The genus Fusarium. Common wealth Mycol. Inst. Kew, Survey, England. 226P.

Das D, Mitra A, Zaky MY, Pathak S, Banerjee A. 2024. A Review on the Efficacy of Plant-derived Bio-active Compounds Curcumin and Aged Garlic Extract in Modulating Cancer and Age-related Diseases. Current Reviews in Clinical and Experimental Pharmacology Formerly Current Clinical Pharmacology 19(2), 146-162.

Dixit V, Joseph Kamal SW, Bajrang Chole P, Dayal D, Chaubey KK, Pal AK,  Bachheti RK. 2023. Functional Foods: Exploring the Health Benefits of Bioactive Compounds from Plant and Animal Sources. Journal of Food Quality 1, 1-22.

Dutta P, Mahanta M, Singh SB, Thakuria D, Deb L, Kumari A, Pandey AK. 2023. Molecular interaction between plants and Trichoderma species against soil-borne plant pathogens. Frontiers in Plant Science 14, 1145715.

Halifu S, Deng X, Song X, Song R. 2019. Effects of two Trichoderma strains on plant growth, rhizosphere soil nutrients, and fungal community of Pinus sylvestris var. mongolica annual seedlings. Forests 10(9), 758.

Imran M, Abo-Elyousr KA, El-Sharnouby ME, Ali EF, Sallam NM, Bagy HMK, Abdel-Rahim IR. 2023. Biocontrol potential of Trichoderma harzianum and zinc nanoparticles to mitigate gray mold disease of tomato. Gesunde Pflanzen 75(1), 151-163.

Kaur K, Thakur BR, Dhillon KS, Patel JV. 2024. Occurrence of Pea Root Rot in Different Regions of Himachal Pradesh and Identification of Pathogen Associated with Disease. Journal of Advances in Biology & Biotechnology 27(3), 121-128.

Khan IA. 2020. Effect of different herbicides, plant extracts and mulches on yield and yield components of maize. Planta Daninha 1, 38.

Lakhdari W, Benyahia I, Bouhenna MM, Bendif H, Khelafi H, Bachir H, Dehliz A. 2023. Exploration and evaluation of secondary metabolites from Trichoderma harzianum: GC-MS analysis, phytochemical profiling, antifungal and antioxidant activity assessment. Molecules 28(13), 5025.

Lakshmeesha TR. 2019.Biofabrication of zinc oxide nanoparticles with Syzygies aromatic flower buds extract and finding its novel application in controlling the growth and mycotoxins of Fusarium graminearum.   Frontiers   in Microbiology, 124p.

Meena RP. 2020.Efficacy of fungicides and plant extracts against Alternaria alternata causing leaf blight of chandrasur (Lepidium sativum). Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 337-340p.

Moiketsi BN, Makale KP, Rantong G, Rahube TO, Makhzoum A. 2023. Potential of selected African medicinal plants as alternative therapeutics against multi-drug-resistant bacteria. Biomedicines 11(10), 2605.

Nadarajah KK. 2024. Defensive Strategies of ROS in Plant–Pathogen Interactions. In Plant Pathogen Interaction (pp.163-183). Singapore: Springer Nature Singapore.

Ncise W. 2020. Effects of light intensities and varying watering intervals on growth, tissue nutrient content and antifungal activity of hydroponic cultivated Tulbaghia violacea L. under greenhouse conditions. Heliyon 1, 6.

Okoro BC, Dokunmu TM, Okafor E, Sokoya IA, Israel, EN, Olusegun DO, Ugbogu EEA. 2023. The ethnobotanical, bioactive compounds, pharmacological activities and toxicological evaluation of garlic (Allium sativum): A review. Pharmacological Research-Modern Chinese Medicine, 100273.

Sharma UC, Datta M, Sharma V. 2023. Soils of HKH Region. In Soils in the Hindu Kush Himalayas: Management for Agricultural Land Use (pp. 145-294). Cham: Springer International Publishing.

Singh AA, Ghosh A, Agrawal M, Agrawal SB. 2023. Secondary metabolites responses of plants exposed to ozone: an update. Environmental Science and Pollution Research 30(38), 88281-88312.

Singh RS. 1982. Plant Pathogens. The fungi, Oxford and IBM Publishing Co. New Delhi. 564P.

Su X, Liang Z, Xue Q, Liu J, Hao X, Wang C. 2023. A comprehensive review of azadirachtin: physicochemical properties, bioactivities, production, and biosynthesis. Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine 3(4), 256-270.

Wasim A, Bushra H, Rakhi R, Ashish V. 2023. Comprehensive Review of the Neem Plant’s Attributes and Applications. International Journal of Research Development and Technology 1(1), 1-14.

Woo SL, Hermosa R, Lorito M, Monte E. 2023. Trichoderma: A multipurpose, plant-beneficial microorganism for eco-sustainable agriculture. Nature Reviews Microbiology 21(5), 312-326.

Yousif AIA, Almuslimawi A, Turóczi G, Kiss J, Kovács A, Körösi K. 2023. Efficacy of some plant resistance inducers against several sunflower downy mildew (Plasmopara halstedii (Farl.) Berl. et de Toni) isolates. Acta Biologica Szegediensis 67(1), 75-86.