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PREVALENCE OF SEED BORNE FUNGI ASSOCIATED WITH JHUM MORICH (JHUM CHILLI) SEEDS (Pages : 7 - 12)

M.M. KARIM, R. MOMOTAZ, M. ARIFUNNAHAR, M.N. ISLAM AND M.M.E. RAHMAN

Fungi associated with the seeds of jhum chilli which is locally known as "jhum morich" collected from three different upazilla of Khagrachari hill district of Bangladesh were recorded. Nine different fungi encountered in jhum morich seeds, in order of prevalence, were- Penicillium sp., Fusarium sp., Alternaria alternata, Colletotrichum capsici, Doratomyces sp., Curvularia lunata, Alternaria solani, Aspergillus candidus, Cercospora capsici. Prevalence of the total as well as the individual seed-borne fungal infections recorded in jhum morich varied significantly with respect to sources of seed collection. Seed germination also varied significantly depending on the seed sources. No definite relationship between germination and seed-borne fungal infections was observed.Download


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