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Annapurna Agrotech

FUNGICIED PRODUCT

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FUNGICIED PRODUCT

ECORAJ/BIORAJ:

Ecoraj /Bioraj with its unique formula effectively manages various diseases like blast, leaf spot, powdery Mildew, Downy Mildew, Early blight, Fungal Leaf blight etc on paddy Potato, Tomato, Grapes, Mango, Pomegranate, papaya, and vegetables,

The product has undergone successful bio-efficacy studies at renowned agricultural universities.

Applications :

Ecoraj / bioraj sprayed at 2-4gm/ml per liter of water applied thrice recorded minimum paddy Leaf blast, paddy Neck Blast severity and Maximum grain yield.

Dosages : 2gm/2 ml per liter of water.

 

TARGET DISEASES

CROP DISEASES SYMPTOMS

CHILLI

 

CHILLI MOSAIC

The affected plant develops mottlling yellow and green colour on the leaves. The may be curled instead of being flat and smooth. The affected leaves develop depression, raisedareas and puckering on the leaf blade. The plants get stunted in sever case of infecction. plants produced few flowers. the fruits are considerably reduced in size,shriveled and deformed

CHILLI

 

LEAF CURL

Upward curling, puckering, and bunching of leaves. The leaves are also reduced in size. Severely affected plants produce fewer, smaller, and deformed fruits.

CHILLI

 

FUSARIUMWILT

Initially the lower leaves and later all leaves of the plant drop off. The base of the stem is attacked and brown sunken cankers appear on the infected portion causing girdling of the stem.

CHILLI

 

LEAF Blight

Water soaked lesions on leaves form circular patches with bleached to light tan coloured centres giving a concentric zonate appearance to the blighted areason leaves. More pronounced in the lower portion of the plant canopy and leads to severe leaf drop. Affected fruits turn pulpy giving the appearance of soft rot.

CHILLI

 

FRUITROT

Small, black, circular spots appear on the skin of the fruit and spread in the direction of the long axis, becoming more or less elliptical. The spots get either diffused and black, greenish or dirty grey in colour or markedly delimited by a thick and sharp black outline enclosing a light black or straw coloured area. Badly diseased fruits turn straw coloured or pale white from normal red.

OKRA

 

POWDERY MILDEW

Shedding of foliage accompanied with white powdery growth on lower side of leaves.

OKRA

 

POWDERY MILDEW

Small, round whitish spots on leaves and stem. Spots enlarge and coalesce rapidly and a white mass resembling talcum powder bhendi appears on the upper surface of leaves or other plant parts. Heavily infected leaves become yellow, then become dry and brown

OKRA

 

DAMPING OFF

Seedlings fall over or die after germination which is referred to As “Damp-off." Seedlings develop a lesion near where the tender stem contacts the soil surface. The tissues beneath the lesion become soft due to which the seedlings collapse.

OKRA

 

FUSARIUM WILT

Plants show temporary wilting symptoms, which becomes permanent and progressive, affecting more vines. The leaves show yellowing, loose turgidity and show drooping symptoms. Eventually, the plant dies. In older plants, leaves wilt suddenly and vascular bundles in the collar region become yellow or brown.

OKRA

 

CERCOSPORA LEAF SPOT

Brown, irregular spots, sooty black angular spots. The affected leaves roll wilt and fall.

OKRA

 

ENATION LEAF CURAL VIRUS

The disease symptoms appear prominently on the lower surface of the leaf as small, pin head enations. These later on become warty and rough textured. Size of the leaf is reduced. Themost characteristic symptoms of the disease are twisting of the main stem and lateral branches along with enations. The bending of the plants is so severe that theentire plant appears to be creeping on the soil surface. Twisting of leaf petiole is conspicuous. The leaves become thick and leathery in structure.

Grapes

 

Anthracnose

Small light brown or grayish black lesions on tender shoots, young leaves, flowers and young berries causing short holes in the leaves. Affected blossoms fail to set fruits. The fungus also causes cankers on the petioles and veins, and leaves become twisted and deformed. On berries, the disease causes circular brown sunken spots with dark brown margins. If severely attacked, berries may crack exposing the seeds.

Grapes

 

POWDERY MILDEW

White powdery (ash like) coating on both sides of the leaves, young shoots and immature berries. Affected leaves, turn pale and curl up. Affected shoots remain weak and immature. Yong berries become corky, enveloped with a white powdery coating and crack eventually.

Grapes

 

DOWNY MILDEW

Light yellow spots on upper surface of leaves with white spots on the lower side. Leaves turn brown and can not support the bunch development. Entire clusters decay, dry and drop down. brown and become mummified

Grapes

 

LEAF BLIGHT

Small yellowish spots first appear along the leaf margins, which gradually enlarge and turn into brownish patches with concentric rings. Severe infection leads to drying and defoliation of leaves.

Grapes

 

GREY MOULD

The fungus attacks the shoots and clusters or destroys stalks leading to premature fruit drop.In the early stages of infection the skin of the affected berries just below the infection become loose. The infected berries shrivel, rot and turn dark brown showing the presence of greyish growth of the fungus.

Grapes

 

RUST

The symptoms are in the form of Numerous orange coloured pustules on the lower surface of the leaves. In case of severe infection such pustules cover the entire leaf surface leading to severedefoliation.

Pomegranate

 

PHYTOPHTHORA Rot

Light brown spots appear on the leaves and fruits. Black and elliptic spots apper on the twigs. The affected areas in the twigs become flattened and depressed with raised edge. Such infected twigs dry up. In severe cases the whole plant dies.

Pomegranate

 

FRUIT ROT

The symptoms are in the form of round black spots on the fruit and petiole. The disease starts from calyx end and gradually the entire fruit shows black spots. The fruit further rots emitting a foul odour.

Pomegranate

 

BACTERIAL BLIGHT(TELYA)

Initially, spots are black and round and surrounded by bacterial ooze. Spots enlarge to become raised, dark brown lesions with indefinite margins that cause the fruit to crack.

Pomegranate

 

ALTERNARIA FRUIT SPOT

Small reddish brown circular spots appear on the fruits. As the disease advances these spots coalesce to form larger patches and the fruits start rotting. The arils get affected which become pale and become unfit for consumption.

ORNAMENTAL

 

POWDERY MILDEW

Grayish-white powdery mats or patches on plant tissue.Leaf surface becomescovered by the grayish-white mildew and the leaves are twisted or distorted.Infection of flower buds causes poor quality flower formation.

BRINJAL

 

POWDERY MILDEW

White powdery coating appears on the leaf surface. infected leaves are dwarfed, stiff, and narrow. Fungus progressively attacks new leaves, spreading over leaf stems, twigs, and even the fruit. Terminal growth of the affected shoot is stunted or killed.

TEA

 

BLISTER BLIGHT

Small, pale-green, pale-yellow, or pinkish, translucent spot on leaf which is readily seen against the darker green colour when leaf is held against the light

MANGO

 

POWDERY MILDEW

White superficial powdery fungal growth on leaves, stalk of panicles, flowers and young fruits. The affected flowers and fruits drop pre-maturely reducing the crop load considerably or might even prevent the fruit set.

MANGO

 

ANTHRACNOSE

The disease produces leaf spot, blossom blight, withered tip, twig blight and fruit rot symptoms. Tender shoots and foliage are easily affected which ultimately cause die back of young branches. Young infected fruits develop black spots, shrivel and drop off.

MANGO

 

BACTERIAL CANKER

Minute water soaked irregular lesions on any part of leaf or leaf lamina. Several lesions form irregular necrotic cankerous patches. Leaves turn yellow and drop off. Cankerous lesions also appear. The water soaked lesions also develop on fruits which later turn dark brown to black and often burst open, releasing highly contagious gummy ooze containing bacterial cells.