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VOLUME 57, NUMBER 2, JULY 2019
|Dr. PRANAB KUMAR BHATTACHARYYA Ex Professor : one of the elements of organic farming||!|
|USHA CHAKRABORTY : Alleviation of abiotic and biotic stresses in crops through beneficial rhizospheric bacteria||87|
|SUBHENDU JASH : Effect of plant spacing on Stem rot of Groundnut and its management with fungicides||83|
|ASIS KUMAR PAL :Graphiola phoenicis (Mong.) Poit. : An enigmatic parasitic fungus from mangrove palm of Indian Sundarbans||88|
|MADHU S. GIRI, A. P. RANJINI, SANTOSHREDDY MACHENAHALLI, M. SUDHA, S. DAIVASIKAMANI AND Y. RAGHURAMULU : Mycoremediation : Efficacy of fungicides against Koleroga noxia Donk, the Black rot pathogen of Coffee||95|
|SANTOSHREDDY MACHENAHALLI, M. SUDHA, MADHU S. GIRI, A.P. RANJINI, S. SOUNDARARAJAN, S. DAIVASIKAMANI AND Y. RAGHURAMULU : Efficacy of a new fungicide Fluxapyroxad + Pyraclostrobin 500 SC against Coffee Leaf rust disease||101|
|GOPAL ANIL KEOTE AND M.SURYA PRAKASH REDDY : Bio -inoculants used against Chickpea Dry root rot incited by Rhizoctonia bataticola (Taub.) Butler||107|
|MESHU SHEWAREGA1, S.T.INGLE, S.S. MANE, G.K. GIRI4 AND PRITI BHAGWAT SHINDE : Morphological and molecular variation among the isolates of Trichoderma longibrachiatum by using RAPD markers||113|
|S. RATHEESH, K.B. VRINDA AND C.K. PRADEEP : Two interesting Russula species from south India||117|
|S. NIMYAOLA, M. SHYAMKESHO SINGH AND N. IRABANTA SINGH : Certain aspects of management for Green mould rot (Penicillium digitatum) in Kachai lemon (Citrus jambhiri Lush.) in Ukhrul district, Manipur||121|
|K. P. VERMA AND H. K. SINGH : First report of Chickpea Rust from Chhattisgarh||125|
Indian Mycological Society
in collaboration with
Department of Botany,
University of Calcutta
will organize an
International Symposium on
NATURE, MICROBES AND SOCIETY
Date : February 06-08, 2020
Venue : Science City, Kolkata
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