EFFECT OF BAVISTIN AND HEXACONAZOLE FUNGICIDES ON GROWTH AND PROLINE CONTENT IN VIGNA RADIATA (L.) R. WILCZEK
Keywords:Bavistin, Hexaconazole, Proline, Vigna radiata, Plant height
The present study is an attempt to understand the effect of different conc. of routinely used systemic fungicides, Bavistin (Carbendazim) and Hxaconazole (Triazole) fungicides on Survival rate, plant height and proline content in developing seedlings of Vigna radiata. In case of Bavistin (0.1%), the survival rate was found 97.00%. whereas Hexaconazole at lower concentration (0.5ml/L) 93.66% survival rate of seedling was observed. The survival rate was declined with the increasing concentration in both the fungicides. The plant height was significantly affected with higher doses in different concentrations of Bavistin and Hexaconazole. The maximum proline accumulation (2.76 µMoles) was observed in Bavistin at 0.5% treated samples. In case of Hexaconazole, the maximum proline accumulation (1.83 µMoles) was observed in 0.5ml/L concentration as compared to control (0.73 µMoles).
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