Fungal infections are most common on pods, beans, and weevils. It is more common in shrub crops. Pulses and other legumes are affected by the disease at the time of harvest.
During the germination of rubber leaves, the fungus Oedium hevia grows rapidly and causes a large decrease in production. Rubber board is recommended to apply sulfur powder to fight this disease which is more common in old trees. The matter is being brought to the notice of the public to allay doubts about the use of sulfur powder. Sulfur powder should be dusted in the morning with a duster to prevent the sulfur powder from sticking to the leaves and flying in the wind. Use of sulfur powder is not harmful to humans, animals or nature. The Indian Rubber Research Institute has been recommending the use of sulfur in rubber plantations as an eco-friendly bio-fungicide.
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