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Hibiscus rosa- sinensis is a medicinal plant species which grows in moist soil favorable for the growth of Aspergillus niger (fungus) too. But extract of Hibiscus rosa- sinensis does n’t shows inhibition zone against Aspergillus niger in PDA (Potato Dextrose Agar) media in microbiological evaluation. In other hand, the Allium fistulosum root extract having antifungal activity shows moderate zone of inhibition in PDA media. As the roots of the Allium fistulosum is much longer amongs the allium species it spreads networking formation inside the soil ground and changes the entire environment of soil, unsuitable for fungal growth. Thus, the plantation of Hibiscus rosa- sinensis as medicinal plant can be prevented from fungus Aspegillus niger, through cultivation of Allium Fistulosum within the rows of cultivated Hibiscus rosa-sinensis. This antifungal medicinal plants not only aid in the conservation of Hibiscus rosa-sinensis but also it prevents the harvester’s and garden workers life from Aspergillosis, a fatal respiratory fungal disease.
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Author(s): Rakesh Das
Hibiscus rosa- sinensis, Aspergillus niger, Potato Dextrose Agar media, Allium fistulosum root extract, Aspergillosis