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VOLUME 57, NUMBER 1, APRIL 2019
|Prof. B.N. Chakraborty : Agriculturally Important Microorganisms for Improvement of Crop Health Status||!|
|B.N. Chakraborty : Harnessing beneficial microbial resources, analysis of their diversity and development of bioformulations for crop improvement||1|
|S.K.Dam and U.Sreedhar : Management of Frog Eye Leaf spot (Cercospora nicotianae Ellis & Everh) in flue cured virginia tobacco||13|
|Manisha S. Shinde, K.B. Rakholiya and R.R. Waghunde :Biopriming of Tomato seed for the management of Damping-off disease||17|
|Sayan Deb Dutta and Md. Salman Hyder : Mycoremediation : a potential tool for sustainable management||25|
|NirDesh Kumar, S.K. Biswas, Kishan Lal, Dipak Baboo and Arshad Hussain : Integrated effect of different substrates on growth parameters and yield of Pleurotus sajor caju||35|
|V. Tilak Chowdary, S.K Biswas, Deepak Baboo and Kishan Lal : Development of suitable IDM approaches for management of Fusarium wilt of Tomato [Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. lycopersici (Sacc.) Synder and Hansen] under climate change||41|
|Sadhana Medhi, Ramesh Das and Taeun Chandra Sarma : Mycoparasitic Trichoderma viride and T. harzianum as biocontrol agents against fungal pathogens causing diseases of rhizome of Ginger (Zingiber officinale Rosc.)||49|
|Ramesh Das : Distribution of aeromycoflora in the indoor and outdoor environment of Barpeta town of Assam, India||53|
|Shugufta Parveen, F.A. Bhat, Yousuf Vaseem, M.A. Bhat and Z.A. Badri : First report of Phoma Blight of Beans in Kashmir||57|
|Prof. K.R. Samaddar||61|
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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