Control of late blight of tomato

  • Destroy all tomato debris after harvest.
  • avoid water logging conditions on the farm.
  • Spare any one fungicide for disease control. 
  • Metalaxyl 8%+Mancozeb 64% @ 500 gm/acre.
  • Kasugamycin 5% + Copper Oxychloride 45% WP @ 300 gm/acre.
  • Pyraclostrobin 5% + Metiram 55% @ 600 gm /acre.
  • Dimethomorph 50% WP @ 400 gm/acre.

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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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Weed Control in Tomato Crop

Weed Control in Tomato Crop:-

  • About 2-3 hoeing up are essential at the initial stage of plant growth.
  • Application of pre-emergence weedicide of Pendimethalin 30% SC @ 700 ml/Acre with one hand weeding 45 days after transplanting is more effective for weed control.
  • Application of post-emergence weedicide of Metribuzin 70% WP @ 300 Gm/Acre 15 days after transplanting.
  • Application of mulches like straw, saw dust and black polythene are used in controlling weeds, moisture conservation for better quality of yield.

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How to Control 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.
  • It blocks 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 by fruiting capacity adversely affected.
  • Yellow of the foliage and wilting of the upper leaves occurs.

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Symptoms of Fusarium wilt

  • Causal organism: Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. Vasinfevtum
  • Wilt is one of major disease of cotton. 
  • Discolorations of leaves start from the margins and spread towards midribs.
  • The veins become darker, narrower and spots.
  • Browning and blackening of vascular tissues.

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Control of White fly in Tomato

Control of White fly in Tomato:-

  • Sucks the sap of plant.
  • Transmits curly diseases.
  • Affected leaves get shriveled and gradually curl up.

Control :-

  • Spray Dimethoate 30% EC @ 300 ml/acre in the early stage of crop.
  • Use 100 mesh nylon net to avoid entry of white fly into the nursery.

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Tomato Fertigation for good flowering

  • We can promote flowering and takes high yield through given below products.
  • Spray Homobrassinolide 0.04% W/w 100-120 ml/acre.
  • Apply seaweed extract 180-200 ml/acre.
  • Use multi-Micro nutrients 300 gm/acre.

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Control of late blight of tomato

  • Destroy all tomato debris after harvest.
  • avoid water logging condition on the farm.
  • Spare any one fungicide for disease control. 
  • Metalaxyl 8%+Mancozeb 64% @ 500 gm/acre.
  • Kasugamycin 5% + Copper Oxychloride 45% WP @ 300 gm/acre.
  • Pyraclostrobin 5% + Metiram 55% @ 600 gm /acre.
  • Dimethomorph 50% WP @ 400 gm/acre.

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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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