Treatment of Calcium deficiency in tomato Field

  • Apply FYM before 15 days of transplanting in the main field.
  • At the time of transplanting, use Calcium Nitrate @ 10 KG/ acre.
  • Twice spray of calcium EDTA @ 150 Gm/acre at the time of appear deficiency symptoms.
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Nutrient management of Tomato

  • Tomato needs a heavy dose of fertilizers for a good yield.
  • Farmyard manure @ 8-10 tonnes/Acre may be incorporated into the soil one month before transplanting.
  • DAP 50 kg/Acre, Urea 80 kg/Acre and MOP 33 kg/Acre.
  • Full amount of DAP, MOP and half of Urea are to be added just before transplanting.
  • Rest of the Urea is to be given as a second dose at 20-25 days after transplanting, and third dose is given at 45-60 days after transplanting.
  • Zinc sulphate application (Znso4@10 kg/Acre) and Boron 4 Kg/Acre increases yield as well as improves the quality of fruit.

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Management of Root Knot Nematodes in Tomato

Root Knot Nematode in Tomato:-

Damage:-

  • The nematode attacks the roots and produces tiny galls.
  • The infested plants show symptoms of withering and wilting of leaves.
  • The block the movement of nutrients and water in the plant system and subjected to wilt and finally leads to death.
  • Growth of the plant is stunted fruiting capacity adversely affected.
  • Yellow of the foliage and wilting of the upper leaves occurs.

Control:-

  • Use resistant varieties.
  • Do use deep summer ploughing to control root-knot nematode.
  • Neem cake at the rate 80 Kg/Acre should be applied for effective control.
  • Carbofuran 3G at the rate 8 kg/acre should be applied as soil treatment.
  • Paecilomyces lilacinus-1% WP @ 10 g / kg seed for seed treatment, 50 gm / meter sq Nursery Treatment, 2.5 to 5 kg/ Hectare Soil application.

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Control of Root-Knot Nematode in Tomato

  • Use resistant varieties.
  • Do use deep summer plowing to control root-knot nematode.
  • Neem cake at the rate of 80 Kg/Acre should be applied for effective control.
  • Carbofuran 3G at the rate of 8 kg/acre should be applied as a soil treatment.
  • Paecilomyces lilacinus-1% WP @ 10 g / kg seed for seed treatment, 50 gm / meter sq Nursery Treatment, 2.5 to 5 kg/ Hectare Soil application.

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Root-Knot Nematode in Tomato

Damage:-

  • The nematode attacks the roots and produces tiny galls.
  • The infected plants show symptoms of withering and wilting of leaves.
  • The block the movement of nutrients and water in the plant system and subjected to wilt and finally leads to death.
  • The growth of the plant is stunted fruiting capacity adversely affected.
  • Yellow of the foliage and wilting of the upper leaves occurs.

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Management of Root Knot Nematodes in Tomato

  • Use resistant varieties.
  • Do use deep summer plowing to control root-knot nematode.
  • Neem cake at the rate of 80 Kg/Acre should be applied for effective control.
  • Carbofuran 3G at the rate of 8 kg/acre should be applied as a soil treatment.
  • Paecilomyces lilacinus-1% WP @ 10 g / kg seed for seed treatment, 50 gm / meter sq Nursery Treatment, 2 to 3 kg/ acre Soil application.

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Root-Knot Nematode in Tomato

Damage:-

  • The nematode attacks the roots and produces tiny galls.
  • The infected plants show symptoms of withering and wilting of leaves.
  • The block the movement of nutrients and water in the plant system and subjected to wilt and finally leads to death.
  • The growth of the plant is stunted fruiting capacity adversely affected.
  • Yellow of the foliage and wilting of the upper leaves occurs.

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Late blight of tomato

  • first appears of  Late blight on the lower, older leaves as water-soaked, grey-green spots. 
  • As the disease matures, these spots darken and a white fungal growth forms on the undersides. Eventually, the entire plant will become infected. 
  • Crops can be severely damaged.
  • The disease spreads quickly in fields and can result in total crop failure if untreated

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Treatment of Calcium deficiency in tomato Field

  • Apply FYM before 15 days of transplanting in the main field.
  • At the time of transplanting use Calcium Nitrate @ 10 KG/ acre.
  • Twice spray of calcium EDTA @ 150 Gm/acre at the time of appear deficiency symptoms.

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Calcium deficiency Symptoms in Tomato plant

  • Symptoms are primarily visible in the rapidly growing areas because of the very low mobility of calcium in plant tissues.
  • Calcium-deficient leaves show chlorosis and then necrosis around the base of the leaves. 
  • The plants become flaccid; dead spots appeared on the upper stems and the growing apex died.
  • Upper leaf coloration initially was a darker green, but, later turning yellow at the edges and died. 
  • Fruits showing blossom end rot were found to ripen less rapidly. Blossom end rot is closely associated with Ca deficiency of the fruit. 

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