International Journal of Advanced Biochemistry Research

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Vol. 8, Issue 3, Part D (2024)

In vitro management of white plaster mould (Scopulariopsis fimicola) using different botanicals

Author(s): Akhil Kumar, SK Singh, Gaurav Ayodhya Singh, Gajendra Pratap Singh, Sakshi Pandey, Shambhavi Tiwari, Arjun Singh and Aditya Maddheshiya
Abstract: The Calocybe indica (Milky Mushroom) affected by large number of biotic and abiotic factors during cultivation. Among them, white plaster mould caused by Scopulariopsis fimicola encounter the compost and casing soil during cultivation and adversely affect the spawn run, growth and yield of C. indica. The present research work on various aspects of milky mushroom cultivation was conducted during 2019-21. June and August months (29.20- 35.8 °C temperature and 73.00- 85% percent relative humidity) are most suitable for milky mushroom cultivation. Maximum percent inhibition of S. fimicola (white plaster mould) was recorded in Tulsi leaf extract (78.65%) followed by Neem (75.35%), Garlic (72.50%), Ginger (70.45%), Aloe vera (69.37%) and Kalmegh (68.21%) at 20 percent concentration in vitro condition. All the treatments were significantly superior over control. Same trends were also observed in 10 and 15 percent concentration of plant extracts.
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Akhil Kumar, SK Singh, Gaurav Ayodhya Singh, Gajendra Pratap Singh, Sakshi Pandey, Shambhavi Tiwari, Arjun Singh, Aditya Maddheshiya. In vitro management of white plaster mould (Scopulariopsis fimicola) using different botanicals. Int J Adv Biochem Res 2024;8(3):325-328. DOI: 10.33545/26174693.2024.v8.i3d.736
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