|Author||Mycorrhizal, Arbuscular ♦ Kalaik, R. ♦ Vijayarengan, P. ♦ Thamizhiniyan, P. ♦ Sivasankar, R.|
|Subject Domain (in DDC)||Computer science, information & general works ♦ Data processing & computer science|
|Subject Keyword||Red Amaranth ♦ Morphological Feature ♦ Fungus Inoculation ♦ Pesticide Monocrotophos ♦ Red Amaranth Plant ♦ Th Pesticide Monocrotophos ♦ Present Work Deal ♦ Different Interval ♦ Pot Soil ♦ Different Level ♦ Sub Treatment ♦ Glomus Fasciculatum ♦ Fresh Weight ♦ Various Morphological Feature ♦ Dry Weight ♦ Split Plot Design ♦ Plant Sample ♦ Pesticide Level ♦ Red Amaranth Pesticide Monocrotophos Quinalphos ♦ Recommended Level ♦ Shoot Length ♦ Main Treatment ♦ Total Leaf Area ♦ Key Word|
|Abstract||Abstract: The present work deals with the impact of Monocrotophos and Quinalphos on the morphological features of Red Amaranth under AM fungus inoculation. The Red Amaranth plants are grown in pots in a split plot design with pesticides levels as main treatments (Recommended leve(0.5), Below recommended level(0.1) and Above recommended level(1.5) ppm) and AM fungus as sub treatments (AM- uninoculated and AM+ inoculated). The experiments were replicated seven times. The Red Amaranth plants are raised in pots. The two th pesticides Monocrotophos and Quinalphos were sprayed on 5 day at three different levels. The AM fungus (Glomus fasciculatum) were mixed with the sand and applied to the pot soil (10 kg /acre). Pots were irrigated as and when necessary. The plant samples were analysed at three different intervals (10, 20 and 30DAS). The results indicated that the pesticides (Monocrotophos and Quinalphos) application, at the three rates (Recommended level, Below recommended level and Above recommended level) caused reduction in various morphological features of Red Amaranth, such as root and shoot length, total leaf area, fresh weight and dry weight, when applied without AM fungus inoculation. Application of pesticides (Monocrotophos and Quinalphos) at recommended level 0.5 ppm along with AM fungus inoculation only increased the growth and yield of the Red Amaranth. Key words: Red Amaranth Pesticides Monocrotophos quinalphos AM fungus Growth|
|Educational Role||Student ♦ Teacher|
|Age Range||above 22 year|
|Education Level||UG and PG ♦ Career/Technical Study|
|Learning Resource Type||Article|
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