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Table 5 Effect of different combinations of integrated control measures on the number of fig, Ficus carica, fruits

From: Integrated management of plant-parasitic nematodes on guava and fig trees under tropical field conditions

Treatment Number of fruits/tree
1st yield
Mars–May 2016
2nd yield
Nov. 2016–Jan. 2017
P. lilacinum + P. penetrans + chicken manure 38.25 abc 100.50 bcd
V. chlamydosporium + P. penetrans + chicken manure 32.50 bcde 97.75 bcd
T. harzianum + P. penetrans + chicken manure 29.50 cde 95.25 cd
P. lilacinum + P. penetrans + cow manure 27.00 e 91.75 de
V. chlamydosporium + P. penetrans + cow manure 31.25 bcde 81.75 fg
T. harzianum + P. penetrans + cow manure 27.25 e 63.75 h
P. lilacinum + P. penetrans + compost 43.50 a 82.25 ef
V. chlamydosporium + P. penetrans + compost 28.25 de 128.50 a
T. harzianum + P. penetrans + compost 28.75 cde 84.75 ef
P. lilacinum + P. penetrans + urea 46% 33.25 bcde 106.75 b
V. chlamydosporium + P. penetrans + urea 46% 38.00 abcd 78.75 g
T. harzianum + P. penetrans + urea 46% 36.50 abcde 98.75 bcd
Carbofuran10G 40.50 ab 103.25 bc
Nematode control 16.50 f 35.75 i
LSD0.05 between treatments 10.05
LSD0.05 between time 3.80
LSD0.05 between treatments × time 14.21
  1. Data are average of four replicates (trees) each
  2. Values followed by the same letter(s) in a column are not significantly different at P ≤ 0.05
  3. P. lilacinum = Purpureocillium lilacinum, P. penetrans = Pasteuria penetrans, V. chlamydosporium = Verticillium chlamydosporium, T. harzianum = Trichoderma harzianum