GOVIND BALLABH PANT UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE & TECHNOLOGY

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Centre of Advanced Faculty Training In Plant Pathology

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  • ABOUT US
  • TRAINING
  • PARTICIPATIONS
  • RESEARCH
  • FACULTY
  • ACHIEVEMENTS
  • PUBLICATIONS
  • Dr. (Mrs. ) Karuna Vishunavat
  • Head, Department of Plant Pathology,
  • Centre of Advanced Faculty Training,
  • G.B. Pant University of Agriculture and Technology,
  • Pantnagar – 263145, Uttarakhand, India

  • Contacts
  • Phone:05944-233076
  • Fax: 05944-233076
  • E-mail: hodpp[at]rediffmail[dot]com

About Us

G.B. Pant University of Agriculture & Technology (the erstwhile U. P. Agriculture University) was established in 1960 and the Department of Plant Pathology was created & accredited by the ICAR in 1961. Department stupendously progressed under the able guidance of Drs. Y.L. Nene, first Head of the Department, and R.S. Singh. Department was further expanded by many dedicated faculty members who lead the department as recognized leader in the country.

In view of the outstanding contribution made in the area of teaching, research and extension by the department, ICAR upgraded the department in the year 1995 to the status of Centre of Advanced Studies in Plant Pathology and subsequently as Centre of Advanced Faculty Training (CAFT) in the year 2009-10. Major mandate of the CAFT is to train scientific faculty from all over the country in important and innovative areas of Plant Pathology. So far 34 trainings, with 703 participants from 25 states, have been conducted. The CAS was awarded a certificate of appreciation in commemoration of Golden Jubilee year of independence (1998) by the Education Division, ICAR on August 14, 1998 for organizing the excellent programmes for human resource development and developing useful instructional material.

Out of the 11 departments of the College of agriculture at the university, the department received an excellence award for the year 2016 for its contributions towards research, teaching and extension services rendered to the farmers.

Vision

Attain excellence in teaching and research in Plant Pathology and the services rendered to the farming community.

Mandate

To enhance the competence of the faculty to undertake advanced education, research and extension activities in the field of Plant Pathology.
To update the curriculum and courses of Plant Pathology and to strengthen teaching at UG and PG level.
To impart trainings to the faculty members/scientists in Plant Pathology of various SAU’s and Research Institutes/Centers’ in the country.
To uplift the agricultural status of farmers of different districts of Uttarakhand state through “Help Line Service”.

Training conducted under CAFT Programme


1. Recent advances in biology, epidemiology and management of diseases of major kharif crops (Sept. 19- Oct. 12, 1996)
2. Recent advances in biology, epidemiology and management of diseases of major rabi crops (Feb. 25 –March 17, 1997)
3. Ecology and ecofriendly management of soil-borne plant pathogens (Jan 12 – Feb. 02, 1998)
4. Advanced techniques in plant pathology (Oct. 12 – Nov. 02, 1998)
5. Recent advances in detection and management of seed-borne pathogens (March 10-30, 1999)
6. Recent advances etiology and management of root-rot and wilt complexes (Nov. 26 – Dec. 16, 1998)
7. Integrated pest management with particular reference to plant diseases: concept, potential and application (Nov. 23 –Dec. 13, 2000)
8. Recent advances in research on major diseases of horticultural crops (March 01-30, 2001)
9. Recent advances in plant protection technology for sustainable agriculture (Nov. 19 –Dec. 09, 2001)
10. Plant diseases diagnosis: past, present and future (Feb. 13, - March 05, 2002)
11. Chemicals in plant protection: past, present and future (Jan. 28 – Feb. 17, 2003)
12. Eco-friendly management of plant diseases of national importance: present status and research and extension needs (Nov. 10-30, 2003)
13. Ecologically sustainable management of plant diseases: status and strategies (March 22- April 11, 2004)
14. Disease resistance in field and horticulture crops: key to sustainable agriculture (Dec. 10-30, 2004)
15. Regulatory and cultural practices in plant disease management (Dec. 03-23, 2005) 16. Crop disease management: needs and outlook for transgenics, microbial antagonists and botanicals (March 21 – April 10, 2006)
17. Soil Health and Crop Disease Management (December 02-22, 2006)
18. Role of Mineral Nutrients and Innovative Eco-friendly Measures in Crop Disease Management (March 22- April 11, 2007)
19. Plant Disease Management on Small Farms (January 03-23, 2008)
20. Seed Health Management for Better Productivity (March 28 to April 17, 2008)
21. Recent Advances in Plant Disease Management (Dec. 13, 08 to Jan. 02, 09)
22. Recent Advances in Biological Control of Plant Diseases (March 20 - April 09, 2009)
23. Plant Pathology in Practice (March 22 to April 11, 2010)
24. Climate change, precision agriculture and innovative disease control strategies (March 23 to April 12, 2011)
25. Quality Management and Plant Protection Practices for enhanced competitiveness in agricultural export (November 12 to December 02, 2011)
26. Diseases and Management of Crops under Protected Cultivation (September 04-24, 2012).
27. Managing Plant Microbe Interactions for the Management of Soil-borne Plant Pathogens (January 22 to February 11, 2013)
28. Diseases and Management of Crops under Organic Production (September 04-24, 2013)
29. Post Harvest Diseases and Pest Management for Ensuring Food Security (March 05-25, 2014).
30. Innovative Approaches and Advances for Diagnosis and Detection of Plant Diseases in Relation to their Management (September 02-22, 2014).
31. Innovative, Eco-and Farmers Friendly Crop Protection Measures (November 30 to December 20, 2015).
32. Plant Disease Management: Strategies in Changing Agro-ecosystem (February 04-24, 2016).
33. Perspectives of Plant-microbe Interactions in Promoting Plant Health and Disease Management (September 07-27, 2016).
34. Adoption of Suitable Conventional and Biotechnological Approaches for Biotic and Abiotic Stress Management in Crops (February 13 to March 05, 2017).


Participations

S.No. State Total S.No. State Total
1. Andhra Pradesh 20 14. Maharashtra 53
2. Arunachal Pradesh 02 15. Manipur 01
3. Assam 14 16. Meghalaya 01
4. Bihar 38 17. Nagaland 02
5. Chattishgarh 14 18. Odisha 19
6. Gujarat 58 19. Punjab 15
7. Haryana 05 20. Rajasthan 51
8. Himanchal Pradesh 39 21. Sikkim 01
9. Jammu & Kashmir 53 22. Tamil Nadu 17
10. Jharkhand 05 23. Uttar Pradesh 86
11. Karnataka 32 24. Uttarakhand 111
12. Kerela 06 25. West Bengal 20
13. Madhya Pradesh 40 26. - -
      Total = 703    

Priority areas of research

  • Varietal screening for disease resistance in different crops
  • Eco-friendly approaches in plant disease management.
  • Biological control
  • Mushroom Research and Training
  • Seed Health Testing
  • Integrated Disease management
  • Population biology in plant pathogens
  • Biology and ecology of soil borne plant pathogens
  • Epidemiology and disease forecasting

  • Ongoing research project

    A. AICRP Projects

    S.No. Project Name PI/Co-PI/Associate Scientist
    1. All India Coordinated Research Project on Biological Control PI- Dr. A.K. Tewari
    Co-PI- Dr. Roopali Sharma
    Co-PI- Dr. Manju Sharma
    2. All India Coordinated Rice Improvement Project PI- Dr. Vishwanath
    Co-PI-Dr. B. Kumar
    3. All India Coordinated Research Project on Seed Technology Research (NSP) PI- Dr. K. Vishunavat
    Co-PI- Dr. Rashmi Tewari
    4. All India Coordinated Soybean Improvement Project PI- K.P. Singh
    5. All India Coordinated Maize Improvement Project PI- Dr. Pradeep Kumar
    Co-PI- Dr. R.P. Singh
    6. All India Coordinated Sugarcane Improvement Project PI- Dr. R.K. Sahu
    Assoc. Scientist- Dr. Geeta Sharma
    7. All India Coordinated Sorghum Improvement Project PI- Dr. Y. Singh
    8. All India Coordinated Potato Improvement Project PI- Dr. R.P. Singh
    9. All India Coordinator Research Project on Rapeseed & Mustard PI- Dr. A.K. Tewari
    Assoc. Scientist- Dr. Shilpi Rawat
    10. All India Coordinated Chickpea Improvement Project PI- Dr. K.P.S. Kushwaha
    Assoc. Scientist- Dr. L.B. Yadav
    11. All India Coordinated Pigeonpea Improvement Project PI- Dr. K.P.S. Kushwaha
    Assoc. Scientist- Dr. L.B. Yadav
    12. All India Coordinated MullaRP Improvement Project PI- Dr. K.P.S. Kushwaha
    Assoc. Scientist- Dr. L.B. Yadav
    13. All India Coordinated Mushroom Improvement Project PI- Dr. K.P.S. Kushwaha
    Assoc. Scientist- Dr. S.K. Mishra
    14. All India Coordinated Wheat and Barley Improvement Project PI- Dr. Deepshikha

    B. Adhoc Projects

    S.No. Project Name Funding Agency PI Co-PI
    1. Serological and molecular diagnostic kits for seed health assessment for major seed borne pathogens (Pseudomonas syringae pv. tomato; Xanthomonas compestris pv vesicatoria; Clavibacter michiganense; Fusarium oxysporum var. lycopersici and Alternaria sp. and tomato spotted wilt virus, infecting tomato ICAR Dr. K. Vishunavat ---
    2. Integrated Farming System and Human Resource Planning and Management for Livelihood Security and Capacity Building of Tribal Community in Uttarakhand TSP Project- Mushroom ICAR --- Dr. K.P.S. Kushwaha (Nodal Scientist)
    3. Indo-UK collaborative project on “Developing Genetics and Genomics Interface to Develop Strategies for Sustainable Use of Resistance to White Rust in Oilseed Mustard (Brassica juncea) DBT Dr. A.K. Tewari ---
    4. Promotion of mushroom cultivation as an economical viable income generation activity for the people of tribal villages Bankatia and Debari of Khatima (US Nagar) Uttarakhand DBT Dr. S.K. Mishra Dr. K.P.S. Kushwaha
    Dr. Omveer Singh
    5. Conservation of Biodiversity and bio-farming oriented rural livelihood through biotechnological approach-based micro-enterprising among SC/ST farmers to promote ‘Eco-friendly Rural Villages’ in UdhamSingh Nagar District of Uttarakhand DST Dr. K.P. Singh Dr. M.L. Sharma
    Dr. D.K. Singh
    Dr. V.K. Rao
    Dr. N.K. Mishra
    Dr. A.K. Pandey

    Ongoing extension activities

    The scientists participate in the farmers contact program impart trainings for different communities. The Scientists of the department organize/participate in trainings for the benefit of farmers at State level and also for Agricultural Officers and also through technology demonstration. “Help Line Services” are rendered by the specialists of the department through Agriculture Technology Information Centre (ATIC) at the University. Information for farmers and other beneficiaries on disease management measures is either delivered through radio talks, TV programme, Krashak Samwad, published literature as popular articles and disease circulars by the faculty members time to time.

    FACULTY NAME


    • DESIGNATION

      Professor & Dean Ag

    • QUALIFICATION

      Ph.D.

    • SPECIALISATION

      Plant disease management on small farm, IPM, Biological control, Pathogen population biology

    • EMAIL

      jkumar56[at]gmail[dot]com

    • CONTACT NO.

      7500241401


    • DESIGNATION

      Professor & Head

    • QUALIFICATION

      Ph.D.

    • SPECIALISATION

      Seed Pathology/ Seed Health Technologies

    • EMAIL

      karuna_vish[at]yahoo[dot]co[dot]in

    • CONTACT NO.

      7500241408


    • DESIGNATION

      Professor

    • QUALIFICATION

      Ph.D.

    • SPECIALISATION

      Maize Pathology & Fruit Pathology

    • EMAIL

      pradeepguptaachieve[at]gmail[dot]com

    • CONTACT NO.

      9412121099


    • DESIGNATION

      Professor

    • QUALIFICATION

      Ph.D.

    • SPECIALISATION

      Sugarcane Pathology

    • EMAIL

      sahu[dot]r[dot]k[dot]gbpuat[at]gmail[dot]com

    • CONTACT NO.

      9411344964


    • DESIGNATION

      Professor

    • QUALIFICATION

      Ph.D.

    • SPECIALISATION

      Fruit Pathology

    • EMAIL

      kpsingh[dot]gbpuat[at]gmail[dot]com

    • CONTACT NO.

      9412142537


    • DESIGNATION

      Professor

    • QUALIFICATION

      Ph.D.

    • SPECIALISATION

      Rice Pathology

    • EMAIL

      vishwanathdr1953[at]gmail[dot]com

    • CONTACT NO.

      7500241476


    • DESIGNATION

      Professor

    • QUALIFICATION

      Ph.D.

    • SPECIALISATION

      Sorghum & Forest Pathology

    • EMAIL

      drysingh69[at]gmail[dot]com

    • CONTACT NO.

      9412121152


    • DESIGNATION

      Professor

    • QUALIFICATION

      Ph.D.

    • SPECIALISATION

      Fungicides, Ecology of Soil- borne Plant Pathogens & Maize pathology

    • EMAIL

      rajesh_p_singh[at]rediffmail[dot]com

    • CONTACT NO.

      7500941100


    • DESIGNATION

      Professor

    • QUALIFICATION

      Ph.D.

    • SPECIALISATION

      Pulse Pathology, Mycology (Mushroom)

    • EMAIL

      kps_kushwaha[at]yahoo[dot]co[dot]in

    • CONTACT NO.

      9411160014


    • DESIGNATION

      Professor

    • QUALIFICATION

      Ph.D.

    • SPECIALISATION

      Oilseed Pathology, Bio-control &IPM

    • EMAIL

      anandkumartewari[at]yahoo[dot]co[dot]in

    • CONTACT NO.

      9411324813


    • DESIGNATION

      Professor

    • QUALIFICATION

      Ph.D.

    • SPECIALISATION

      Nematology

    • EMAIL

      skumar8326[at]rediffmail[dot]com

    • CONTACT NO.

      9412436219


    • DESIGNATION

      Assistant Professor

    • QUALIFICATION

      Ph.D.

    • SPECIALISATION

      Mycology and Pulse Pathology

    • EMAIL

      yadav_lalbahadur[at]yahoo[dot]co[dot]in

    • CONTACT NO.

      9456345392


    • DESIGNATION

      Junior Research Officer

    • QUALIFICATION

      Ph.D.

    • SPECIALISATION

      Biological Control & IPM Technologies

    • EMAIL

      roopalibiocontrol[at]gmail[dot]com

    • CONTACT NO.

      7830355250


    • DESIGNATION

      Junior Research Officer

    • QUALIFICATION

      Ph.D.

    • SPECIALISATION

      Small Millets & Rice Pathology

    • EMAIL

      bij1005[at]yahoo[dot]co[dot]in

    • CONTACT NO.

      9411159506


    • DESIGNATION

      Junior Research Officer

    • QUALIFICATION

      Ph.D.

    • SPECIALISATION

      Mushroom Production Technologies

    • EMAIL

      drskmishra1972[at]gmail[dot]com

    • CONTACT NO.

      9410405616


    • DESIGNATION

      Junior Research Officer

    • QUALIFICATION

      Ph.D.

    • SPECIALISATION

      Wheat Pathology

    • EMAIL

      deeppatho[at]rediffmail[dot]com

    • CONTACT NO.

      8859065125


    • DESIGNATION

      Junior Research Officer

    • QUALIFICATION

      Ph.D.

    • SPECIALISATION

      Mushroom Production Technology & Sugarcane Pathology

    • EMAIL

      geetash30[at]gmail[dot]com

    • CONTACT NO.

      9410111625


    • DESIGNATION

      Assistant Professor

    • QUALIFICATION

      Ph.D.

    • SPECIALISATION

      Oilseed Pathology Mushroom

    • EMAIL

      rawatshilpi19[at]gmail[dot]com

    • CONTACT NO.

      9457555638


    • DESIGNATION

      Assistant Professor

    • QUALIFICATION

      Ph.D.

    • SPECIALISATION

      Seed Pathology / Seed Health Technologies

    • EMAIL

      rashmipnt[at]gmail[dot]com

    • CONTACT NO.

      9412100770


    • DESIGNATION

      Assistant Professor

    • QUALIFICATION

      Ph.D.

    • SPECIALISATION

      Plant Virology

    • EMAIL

      manju_sharma9917[at]yahoo[dot]co[dot]in

    • CONTACT NO.

      7088510595


    • DESIGNATION

      Honorary Professor

    • QUALIFICATION

      Ph.D.

    • SPECIALISATION

      Maize Pathology

    • EMAIL

      drscsaxena[at]gmail[dot]com

    • CONTACT NO.

      9456141863


    • DESIGNATION

      Honorary Professor

    • QUALIFICATION

      Ph.D.

    • SPECIALISATION

      Epidemiology of Plant diseases

    • EMAIL

      Serge[dot]Savary[at]toulouse[dot]inra[dot]fr

    • CONTACT NO.

      ---

    Faculty Awards/Honours


    UN Food and Agriculture

  • 1967- Dr. Y.L. Nene

  • Prof. M.J. Narsimhan Award

  • 1973- Drs. A.N. Mukhopadhyay and P. N. Naidu
  • 1975- Drs. R.K. Tripathi, M. N. Verma and R. P. Gupta
  • 1984- Drs. U.S. Singh and J. Kumar
  • 1990- Drs. D.B. Parekh and O. R. Azmi
  • 1991- Dr. P.K. Mukherjee

  • Jawaharlal Nehru Award

  • 1981- Dr. Ashok Krishna
  • 1984- Dr. J. Kumar
  • 2012-Dr. Nandani Shukla

  • Pesticide India Award

  • 1981- Drs. U.S. Singh and R.K. Tripathi
  • 1984- Drs. Y.P. Sharma, R.K. Tripathi and R.S. Singh
  • 1986- Drs. J. Kumar and U.S. Singh
  • 1987- Mr. Adinarayana, Drs. T.S. Dwivedi and U. S. Singh
  • 1988- Mr. A.K. Saxena and U.S. Singh
  • 1993- Drs. Rashmi Rohilla and U.S. Singh
  • 2000- Drs. Amita Singh and U.S. Singh
  • 2001- Drs. Arvinder Kaur and S.J. Kolte
  • 2004- Drs. Najam Waris Zaidi and U.S. Singh

  • Hexamar Award

  • 1990- Dr. S.J. Kolte

  • Prof. M.S. Pavgi Award

  • 1991- Dr. A.N. Mukhopadhyay

  • Dr. N. Prasad Memorial Lecture Award

  • 2006- Dr. S.J. Kolte

  • Young Scientist Award

  • 2002-Dr. Roopali Sharma
  • 2016-Dr. Geeta Sharma

  • Young Scientist Associate Award

  • 2015- Dr. Geeta Sharma

  • Sipani Krishi Anusandhan Farm Award

  • 2006- Dr. U.S. Singh and team members

  • P.R. Verma Award for Best Ph.D. Research

  • 2000- Drs. Mandvi Singh, H. S. Chaube and R. P. Singh
  • 2002- Drs. Vineeta Singh and U. S. Singh
  • 2006- Drs. K.K. Mishra and R.P. Singh
  • IPS Prof. M.J. Narasimhan Medal

  • 1996- Drs. R. P. Awasthi and S. J. Kolte

  • KPV Menon Best Paper Award of IPS

  • 2003 - Dr K P Singh

  • KPA Menon Gold Medal of IPS

  • 2000- Drs. K. P. Singh and A. K. Rai

  • Uttaranchal Ratan Award

  • 2005- Dr. U. S. Singh
  • 2007- Dr. J. Kumar

  • Education Award of Ministry of HRD GOI

  • 2004-05- Dr. S.N. Vishwakarma

  • Honorary Fellow of Indian Phytopathological Society

  • Dr. R.S. Singh

  • Fellow of National Academy of Agricultural Sciences

  • Dr. A.N. Mukhopadhyay
  • Dr. U.S. Singh
  • Dr. J. Kumar

  • President of Professional Societies

  • 1980- Dr. R. S. Singh, Indian Phytopathological Society
  • 1982- Dr. R. S. Singh, Indian Society of Mycology & Plant Pathology
  • 1986- Dr. A. N. Mukhopadhyay, Indian Society of Mycology & Plant Pathology
  • 1996- Dr. A.N. Mukhopadhyay, Indian Phytopathological Society
  • 1996- Dr. Amerika Singh, Indian Society of Mycology & Plant Pathology
  • 2003- Dr. Amerika Singh, Society of Plant Protection Sciences
  • 2007- Dr. Amerika Singh, Indian Phytopathological Society
  • 2008- Dr. R.P. Singh, Mushroom Society of India
  • Zonal President of Professional Societies
  • 2008- Dr K P Singh, Indian Phytopathological Society
  • 2010- Dr K P Singh, Society of Mycology and Plant Pathology
  • 2017- Dr K P Singh, Indian Phytopathological Society

  • Vice-President of Professional Societies

  • 1984- Dr. R. A. Singh, Indian Society of Mycology & Plant Pathology
  • 1987- Dr. V. K. Agarwal, Indian Society of Seed Technology
  • 2007- Dr. R.P. Singh, Indian Society Mycology and Plant Pathology
  • 2009- Dr. J. Kumar, Indian Society of Plant Pathologists
  • Selected Research Publications

    2017

    1. Gupta, S., Singh, R.P. and Rautela, P. (2017). Effect of soil solarization on soil microbial population under protected and natural cultivation. Journal of Environmental Bio-Science. 31(1): 193-196.

    2. C. Maharana, L. B. Yadav, S. Sunani, GS Panda and Rakesh Sil Sharma (2017). Screening of chickpea germplasm against Ascochyta rabiei (pass.) Labr. (Ascochyta Blight Disease) on Chickpea ( Cicer arietinum L.) Trends in Biosciences 10(1) 337-340.

    3. Shilpi Rawat (2017). Collection and in-vitro optimization of growth factors of Ganoderma lucidum. Journal of Hill Agriculture.vol. 18(1): 72-76.

    4. Omkar Singh and Vishwanath (2017). Evaluation of New Formulation of Fungicides for the Management of Sheath Blight of Rice( Oryza Sativa L). J. Env. Bio. Sci. vol. 31(1) 241-245.

    5. Deepshikha; Bimla Kumari and Elangbam Premabati Devi (2017). Evaluation and standardization of growth stage of wheat against Spot blotch caused by Bipolarissorokiniana. Journal of Environmental Biology. 38 (2): 277-281.

    6. Ashok K. Parihar, Ashwani K . Basandrai, Asmita Sirari, Dakshinamurthy Dinakaran, Deepak Singh, kamala Kannan, Kailash P. S. Kushawaha, maddineni Adinarayan, mohammad akram, TN Palayam Krishnaswamy S. Latha, Vaikuntavasan Paranidharan and sanjeev gupta (2017). Assessment of mungbean genotypes for durable resistance to Yellow Mosaic Disease: Genotype 3 Environment interactions. Plant Breeding 136: 94–100.

    7. Elangbam Premabati Devi, Deepshikha and Bimla Kumari, Ritusha Tewari and Jaiswal J.P. (2017). Screening and molecular characterization for durable rust resistance in wheat germplasm resources. Environment and Ecology. 35 (1A): 253-257.

    8. Sharma, D. and Singh, R.P. (2017). Compatibility of different fungicides with Trichoderma harzianum Rifai strain PBAT 21. Pesticide Research Journal 29(1):42-47.

    9. Pandey, V.; Tewari, A. K. and Saxena Deepika (2017). Activities of defensive antioxidant enzymes and biochemical compounds induced by bioagents in Indian mustard against Alternaria blight. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Biological Sciences. DOI 10.1007/s40011-017-0888-2: 1-12.

    2016

    1. Kharayat, B.S. and Y.Singh (2016). Studies on interactions among bioagents colonized vermicompost, rhizospheric earthworms and stalk rot disease of sorghum caused by Erwinia chrysanthemi. American J. Agric. Res. 1(5): 15-29.

    2. Bisht, Sunaina; Balodi, Rekha; Ghatak, Abhijeet and Kumar, Pradeep (2016). Deternmination of susceptible growth stage and efficacy of fungicidal management of Curvularia leaf spot of maize caused by Curvularia lunata (Wakker) Boedijn. Maydica 61: 1-5.

    3. Singh, K.P., Kumar, J., Singh, A., Prasad, R.K., Singh, R.P. and Prasad, D. (2016). Maturation, Ascospores Discharge Pattern and Relevance of Mills Criteria for Predicting Apple Scab Infection Period in India. Plant Pathology Journal 15: 108-123.

    4. Sharma, D. and Singh, R.P. (2016). Compatibility of different weedicides with Trichoderma harzianum Rifai strain PBAT 21. Journal of Environmental and Biological Sciences 30(2):327-331.

    5. Kumar B. (2016). Status of Small Millets diseases in Uttarakhand. International Journal of Plant Protection. 9(1): 256-263.

    6. Sharma Manju, Suman BC and Gupta Dharmesh. (2016). Development of Agaricus bisporus hybrids and their evaluation for higher yield. Indian Journal of Horticulture 73(4):550-556.

    7. Deepa Nainwa and Karuna Vishunavat (2016). Management of purple blotch and Stemphylium blight of onion in Tarai and Bhabar regions of Uttarakhand, India. Journal of Applied and Natural Science 8 (1): 150–153.

    8. Rai D. and Tewari, A.K. (2016). Shelf life studies of different formulations based on Trichoderma harzianum (Th14). Annals of Biological Research 7 (7):1-5.

    9. LB Yadav and KPS Kushwaha (2016). Efficacy of Seed Dressing Agents and Foliar Spray of Fungicides Against Web Blight of Mungbean [Vigna radiata (L.) Wilczek. Advances in Life Sciences 5(13): 5474-5476.


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