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Ornamental and Aromatic Crops

  • P. Parvatha Reddy
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Abstract

Symptoms, biomanagement and integrated management of fungal, bacterial and viral diseases, nematode pests, disease complexes and insect pests of ornamental crops (rose, carnation, gerbera, gladiolus, tuberose and crossandra) and aromatic crops (mint, patchouli and scented geranium) using PGPR alone or PGPR integrated with physical and cultural methods, botanicals, bioagents and arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi are discussed.

Keywords

Aromatic Plant Flower Stalk Herbage Yield Meloidogyne Incognita Pelargonium Graveolens 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • P. Parvatha Reddy
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  1. 1.Indian Institute of Horticultural ResearchBangaloreIndia

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