1. What is the reason for the marginal leaf drying in rice?
Due to the deficiency of potassium nutrient, the entire leaf margin is drying
2. Why the rice leaf color turns to yellowing?
If yellowing is occurring in old leaves, it is due to nitrogen deficiency. If it is young leaves, that may be due to iron deficiency
3. Give the symptoms of nitrogen deficiency in crops?
Chlorosis (yellowing of leaves)Stunted growth/ poor plant growthPoor tillering / branching
4. How to identify phosphorus deficiency?
Poor root growthPinkish pigmentation occurs on old leaves as well as the base of the shootStunted growth
5. What is mean by ‘Tea Yellowing’?
Yellowing of leaves in Tea is due to sulfur deficiency.
6. Give the typical examples of iron Chlorosis present in plants
7. What is mean by ‘khaira’?
It is the deficiency symptoms of zinc which occurs in rice plant.
8. Which nutrient deficiency causes cooking of leaves?
9. Fruit cracking appears due to what nutrient deficiency?
10. “Phagala Blight of sugarcane” caused by which Nutrient?
11. How to control iron chlorosis in crops?
Foliar spraying of 250-500g of ferrous sulphate dissolved in 100 lit of water.
12. Give the common symptoms of boron deficiency in crops
dearth of apical meristem followed b sprouting of lateral budsLeaves / petioles/stems may be thickened, wrinkled, curled and chlorotic.The fleshy pent may show brown flecks, necrosis, cracks or dry notReduced flower and fruit set
13. Which nutrient is essential for translocation sugar in plant system?
14. Rough skin of guava and citrus is caused by which nutrient?
15. Name the deficiency symptoms of boron in grapes?
‘Hen and chicken’ berries
16. How to control the boron deficiencies in citrus, guava and grapes?
Citrus: Foliar spray of 0.3% Boric acid (3g in 1 lit),
Guava: Foliar spray of 1% Borax (10 g in 1 lit),
Grapes: Foliar spray of 1% Borax (10 g in 1 lit)
17. How to control zinc deficiency in banana and mango?
Banana : Foliar spraying of 0.5% zinc sulphate (5g in 1 lit) or apply 30 g zinc sulphate per plant
18. Which nutrient causes button shedding in coconut?
19. ‘Whip tail’ in cauliflower is occurring by which nutrient?
20. How to control ‘rosette’ appearance in citrus?
Foliar application of copper sulphate @ 5-10 g in 10 lit of water
21. How to correct the zinc deficiency in onion?
Seed treatment with 0.01% zinc sulphate (1g zinc sulphate dissolved in 10 lit of water) or Foliar application of 0.1% zinc sulphate (1g zinc sulphate in 1 lit of water)
22. Give the remedial measures of boron deficiency in cabbage, cauliflower, tomato and chilies.
Nursery area: 40 g Borax per cent
Main field: Borax @ 0.6 kg to 1.2 kg per ha
23. Which nutrient deficiency produces “little leaf” in plant species?
24. What are the physiological disorders occur in Mango?
25. Why spongy tissues occur in Mango?
The activity of ripening enzymes due to high temperature and post harvest exposure to sunlight
26. What are the symptoms of Mango malformation?
Compact mass of male flowers, greenish in color and stunted growthThickening and shortening of main and secondary rachisRelatively longer bracts, sepals and petals as compound to normal flowers
27. What are all the factors which cause mango fruit drop?
Embryo abortion,Climatic factors,Disturbed water relation,Lack of “nutrition’pest and disease attack
28. Name the serious physiological disorder in mango?
Black tip in a serious disorder, particularly in the cultivar Dahemi.
29. Mention the symptoms of mango black tip?
The damage to the fruits gets initiated right at marble stage and finally black. At this stage/ further growth and development of the fruit is retarded and black ring at the tip extends towards the upper part of the fruit.
30. How to control the mango physiological disorders?
Post harvest exposure to low temperature b/w 10-15c for 10-18 hrs.agrilearner
Spraying of Plano fix (200mglit ppm) during first week of October followed by deblossming at bud burst stage.
Deblossoming during ‘On’ year
Soil application of paclobutrazol @ 4g/tree in the month of September
Foliar application of alar 2 100 ppm (100 mg /lit) or NAA 200 ppm (planofix 200mg /lit) at pea stage of fruit.
Spraying of Borax @ 1% (10g ;ot) at or pea stage followed by two more sprang at 15 days intervalcaustic [email protected] 0.8% (8g/lit) or washing soda @ 0.5% (5g/lit)Planting of mango on Chan in North-south direction and 5-6 km away from the brick kiln
31. What is mean by blossom end rot?
It is the physiological orders which occurs in tomato due to calcium deficiency
Maintain uniform soil moisture during dry weather through mulchingAvoid over fertilizing with nitrogenFoliar application of calcium sulphate @ 1% (10 g/lit) Agrilearner
32. List out the physiological disorders present in grapes and give the connection measures.
Berry shrivel,Shattering,Water berry
after inspiring begins, berries become flaccid and suckerCause in unknown. But application of gibberellin’s @ 16g/acre will reduce shrivel by 50 to 70% compare to the untreated.
shatter refers to loose berries Grinding at grunt set to increase berries weight and incurrence the strength of being attachment to the capstem and may reduces the shatter potential Basing the clusters reduces the shatter during packing
There is no known control. However, it is recommended to avoid over fertilization with nitrogen’Foliar nutrient spray of nitrogen should be avoided in water berry-pore vineyard.Ammonium (or) Urea fertilizers should not be applied via drip irrigation near the beginning (or) during fruit ripening33. Give the symptoms about bitter bit of apple. Agrilearner
Small brown lessons develop in the flesh of the fruit
Tissue below the skin becomes dark
Water soaked spots on the skin rear the calyx. These spots turn darker and become more sunken than the surrounding skin and are filling developed after one to two month in storage.
Calcium chloride and calcium nitrate spray during summer
Post harvest dipping
Drenching with calcium chloride (2-3%)
34. How to control internal browning (or) brown heart in apple?
Avoid harvesting of ova nature fruit
Maintain Co2 concentration below 1% in controlled atmosphere storage and win storey. Agrilearner
Proper temperature management and good ventilation
Avoid heavy wax coating and thoroughly and rapidly cool fruit after waxing and packaging. Agrilearner
35. Mention the physiological disorders occur in pears?
Core breakdown,Watery Breakdown, Flesh spot Decay, Internal browsing, Senescent scald agrilearner
36. List out the physiological disorders found in tomatoes
Blossom drop fruit cracks Blossom end rot Cat facing Sunscald Puffiness
37. Give the symptom of blossom end not
brown (or) black spot develops on the blossom end of the fruit Secondary organisms invade the affected tissue and cause the fruit to rot. AGRILEARNER
38. What is the reason for fruit cracking in tomato?
Heavy rain fall (or) irrigation followed by long dry periodFruit exposed to direct sun lightAlso due to boron deficiency
Mulching during dry weather to maintain uniform soil moisture Growing resistant Varieties.
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