Destruction of agricultural crops by a fungus , easy way to destroy viruses

Gandhinagar, 20 July
Destruction of crops by fungi has started all over Gujarat. Sukkar and Mulkhai disease are land borne diseases. Many crops are threatened by a fungus, including peanuts, cotton and sesame. If the fungus does not stop, then the destruction of the fungus will spoil a good monsoon. 3 effective remedies for fungus have been shown by the Spirit of Agriculture Department of Gujarat.
Sour buttermilk
Spraying 20 liters of water in 1 liter of water, 7 to 10 days old sour buttermilk is a fungicide, antiseptic, immunity enhancer. A simple and inexpensive remedy kills fungi. The Governor of Gujarat has also approved this formula and has successfully used buttermilk on his farm.
When 200 grams of ginger or whipping powder is boiled in 2 liters of water and left to cool, take out 2 liters of boiled milk in another bowl, boil in 200 liters of water and mix the milk. Which is sprayed on plants.

Seed coat
5 liters native cow urine and 5 kg cow dung. Take 50 grams of lime bud, a handful of soil under the tree, boil all things in 20 liters of water and after 100 hours add 100 kg of seeds. The fungus will never come.

Becomes a medicine used in over 450 fungi. Six to eight hours after Anand splashes Kavakanshi Haresh Patel of Mogri village, he kills white and black fungi. Made from cow urine and 182 plant extracts.

In Sukar disease, it begins in cotton by turning the leaves on the top of the plant and then fading away. The branches survive. In the upper part of the root and lower part of the torso, under the bark, there are brown lines. When root canal disease occurs, the plant suddenly withers, other plants around it
Suddenly dry in a circular form. The roots of diseased plants rot. Like radish can be pulled from the ground. The original roots are the same, but the other roots are broken. The roots are slightly sticky and wet. The bark is left only for its fibers.

After sowing the seeds are dried by black fungus spores before germination. Even after growing from the ground, this plant dries up. B should be heated and sown. Trunk rot and dodo decay have begun. Light brown patches appear on the peanut stem. White mold streaks are seen on the trunk adjacent to the ground. It then becomes the colored tissue of the story. The plants dry up. The disease affects peanuts and causes them to rot.

The top leaves of the castor are yellow, light brown. Often the branches dry up. In 8-10 days, the plants turn black and dry up. It often looks like a black stripe on the trunk. The roots are wet and sticky. The lumen of the trunk turns black. When you look at the trunk vertically from the center, you can see a fungus-like white rupee on the inside. This is happening in the original Kohwara.

At first the plants start feeling short of water, then the plants suddenly dry up. The roots and sub-roots appear to have been easily removed. When you look at the trunk of the plant, you can see the black spores of the fungus on the inside.

Bacteria enter the aquifer through the roots of the sesame plant and block the passage of water and food. The plants start drying up. Gray patches appear on the leaf and trunk. When it rains, the bark on the trunk is brown or black spots also appear on branches and roots. Black spores are formed on top. That part looks shiny like silver. And finally the whole plant dries up. The hard tissue of the fungus is also found on sesame seeds in the form of small black dots. Due to heavy rain, light brown water falls on the leaves and dries up. The flower is affected as the disease progresses. White fungus is found. Due to this disease, the seeds do not dry up and get tied.