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Three concentrations (250, 500, 1000 ppm) of essential oil extracted from Inula viscosa were tested for their efficacy in controlling seed-borne fungi associated with chickpea under laboratory conditions. Obtained results show that the treatments with the concentration 1000 ppm have demonstrated good effect in reducing seed-borne infection. The treatments with this concentration have also good effect on seed germination in comparing with the untreated seed. The seed to seedling transmission were also reduced by using these treatments in comparing with control.
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Author(s): Leila Si Moussa Lakhdar Belabid Fatiha Lazreg and Lalia Fatarna
Chickpea, seed borne fungi, treatment, Inula viscosa essential oil., Inula viscosa