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Improved Mungbean Productivity through Irradiated Carrageenan (PGP) Application

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Abstract: Four experimental trials conducted to determine the response of different rates of carrageenan (PGP) on the reaction (resistance and susceptibility) to major and yield of Pagasa 7 and Pagasa 19 mungbean varieties to increase crop productivity. The experimental design of the field area is a Randomized Complete Block Design (RCBD) where each treatment replicated four times. Mungbean varieties treated by at least 100ppm PGP consistently obtained the lowest infections caused by Cercospora Leaf Spot (CLS) and rust with significantly reduced infections by 15.3-21.5 . The PGP-treated mungbean plants consistently and significantly produced the highest yield of 1.28 and 1.38 t ha equivalent to 88-102.9 yield increase over the Control, however the MBCR of 31.3 were from 150 ppm PGP.

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