CARNATION'S FUNGAL DISEASES AND MEASURES AGAINST THEM
Irgasheva Charos Shavkat qizi , Avazov Sardorjon Erkin o'g'li
Tashkent State Agrarian University, Tashkent, Uzbekistan
In this article, a literature analysis of diseases caused by fungi, the spread and development of diseases, and effective measures to combat them was studied. Carnation is an annual and perennial plant belonging to the Latin Caryophyllaceae. Today, more than 300 species are known in the world . Distributed in Europe, Asia and Africa. It grows in steppes, meadows, sandy lands. It was a perennial herb growing wild in Uzbekistan. This type can be found in Angren, Ugom, and up to four cloves. Many types of carnations are ornamental and propagated by planting. Cloves require a soil pH of 5.5-6.2.
Keywords: Alternaria, fusarium wilt, fungal diseases, agrochemical analysis, spread and development of diseases
Journal Name :
EPRA International Journal of Agriculture and Rural Economic Research (ARER)
Published on : 2023-06-26