INTERACTION OF COLLETOTRICHUM CAPSICI IN CHILLI VARIETY
TwelveÂ isolatesÂ ofÂ ColletotrichumÂ capsiciÂ fromÂ variousÂ placesÂ were
characterized into three groups based on morphological characters and growth
rate. Different isolates (Cc1,Cc4,Cc6, Cc7, Cc8, Cc10 and Cc12) are present in
middleÂ virulenceÂ (IIÂ group),Â isolatesÂ (Cc3,Cc5Â andÂ Cc9)Â areÂ presentÂ inÂ low
virulenceÂ (IIIÂ group)Â andÂ isolateÂ Cc2,Cc11Â isÂ presentÂ inÂ HighÂ virulenceÂ (I
group).Â TheÂ effectÂ ofÂ ColletotrichumÂ capsiciwasÂ testedÂ onfiveÂ chilliÂ varieties
for their disease interactions. The results revealed that these isolates could be
differentiated inÂ diseaseÂ severity.Â The degree ofÂ disease severity as a size of
necrotic symptom was different on each tested variety and varied from 0.47 to
2.68.TheÂ meanÂ valueÂ ofÂ 12Â isolatesÂ isÂ variedÂ fromÂ 1.67Â toÂ 4.01mm/lesion
diameterÂ whileÂ meanÂ valueÂ ofÂ fiveÂ varietyÂ isÂ variedÂ fromÂ 0.47Â toÂ 2.71
mm/lesion diameter and CD of five variety is 0.0 â€“ 2.21 mm/lesion diameter.
TheseÂ varietiesÂ showÂ 7.38Â mmÂ criticalÂ varianceÂ inÂ fiveÂ varieties.InÂ twelve
isolates the lesion diameter is varied from 3.09 to 21.01.
KEYÂ WORDS:Â Chilli,Â Anthracnose,Â ColletotrichumÂ Capsici,Â Disease
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