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Table 2 Effect of different mustard treatments with different concentrations (as a mean and a percent of the control) on the fresh weight of 20-days common bean infected with R.solani

From: Biofumigation potential of Indian mustard (Brassica juncea) to manage Rhizoctonia solani

Conc. % Treatment
FVS FIS DVS DIS SP DSM
M % M % M % M % M % M %
Cont. 6.5±.0 100 3.7±.0 100 6.1±.3 100 3.4±.1 100 6.4±.0 100 6.1±.0 100
0.25 1.4±.0 21.5 1.9±.3 51.3 3.6±.1 59 2.6±.0 76.4 3.3±.2 51.5 3.4±.3 55.7
0.5 2.4±.1 36.9 2.4±.2 64.8 3.8±.1 62.2 2.9±.1 85.2 3.3±.7 51.5 4.6±.2 75.4
1 3.3±.2 50.7 2.9±.1 78.3 3.8±.1 62.2 3.1±.1 91.1 4.2±1.3 65.6 5.4±.1 88.5
2 3.4±.2 52.3 3.5±.2 94.5 3.1±.2 50.8 2.3±.0 67.6 5.2±.03 81.3 6.1±.1 100
  1. The values are expressed as mean ± standard error
  2. M mean, FVS fresh plants at vegetative stage, FIS fresh plants at inflorescence emergence, DVS dry plsnts at vegetative stage, DIS dry plants atinflorescence stage, SP seed powder, DSM hexane defatted seed meal