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Authors Roul, TK; Panda, MR; Mohanty, B; Sardar, KK; Dehuri, M; Hembram, A; Mohapatra, T
Author Full Name Roul, Tapas Kumar; Panda, Mitra Rajan; Mohanty, Bijayendranath; Sardar, Kautuk Kumar; Dehuri, Manaswini; Hembram, Ananta; Mohapatra, Trilochan
Title Effects of commonly used chemical fertilizers on development of free-living stages of Haemonchus contortus in experimentally infected pasture
Source VETERINARY WORLD
Language English
Document Type Article
Author Keywords Haemonchus contortus; larva; N-P-K fertilizer; pasture
Keywords Plus NEMATODES; AMENDMENTS; LARVAE
Abstract Aim: The effects of N-P-K fertilizers in the form of urea, single super phosphate and muriate of potash on development of free-living stages of Haemonchus contortus were studied. Materials and Methods: Five parasite free experimental plots of 1 mx1 m area, each of paddy leaves (15-day-old) and an equal number of Cynodon dactylon grass were infested with about 10x10(4) eggs/ml phosphate buffer saline along with the application of the calculated amount of fertilizers solution. On the 10th day of posttreatment, the pasture was cut, processed, larvae recovered by Baermann method and counted, which was expressed as number of L-3 per kg dry matter (DM) of pasture. Results: The average recovered population of L-3 of H. contortus per kg DM varied significantly (p< 0.05) between the paddy leaves (5933.57 +/- 22.718) and Cynodon grass (4861.00 +/- 22.718). When different doses of chemical fertilizer and their impact on different pasture were analyzed for control (T-1, 0-0-0 kg/ha N-P-K), the mean L-3 recovery per kg DM of paddy (19512.7 +/- 50.80) was more than that of Cynodon grass (16540.9 +/- 50.80). Larvae recovery per kg DM for different pastures under treatment were in decreasing order as follows: T-2 of paddy (6981.33 +/- 50.80, 35.77%), T-2 of Cynodon (5545.38 +/- 50.80, 33.52%), T-3 of paddy (317378 +/- 50.80, 16.26%), and T-3 of Cynodon (2218.72 +/- 50.80, 13.41%) which showed significant difference (p< 0.05) among the treatments. In T-4 (paddy) and T-5 (Cynodon), the average number of recovery of larvae was nil implying no significant variation (p> 0.05). Conclusion: This study shown that when N-P-K fertilizers administered at recommended level, significantly reduced larval translation of H. contortus minimizing pasture infectivity for the free range grazing animals.
Author Address [Roul, Tapas Kumar; Panda, Mitra Rajan; Mohanty, Bijayendranath; Dehuri, Manaswini; Hembram, Ananta; Mohapatra, Trilochan] Orissa Univ Agr & Technol, Dept Vet Parasitol, Coll Vet Sci & Anim Husb, Bhubaneswar 751003, Odisha, India; [Sardar, Kautuk Kumar] Orissa Univ Agr & Technol, Coll Vet Sci & Anim Husb, Dept Vet Pharmacol & Toxicol, Bhubaneswar 751003, Orissa, India
Reprint Address Mohanty, B (reprint author), Orissa Univ Agr & Technol, Dept Vet Parasitol, Coll Vet Sci & Anim Husb, Bhubaneswar 751003, Odisha, India.
E-mail Address tapasroul51@gmail.com; profmrp@rediffmail.com; bijayendranath@gmail.comCo-; kksardar@gmail.com; manaswini2003@yahoo.com; ananta.ouat06@gmail.com; trilochan72ovc@gmail.comReceived
ResearcherID Number Veterinary , World/G-5861-2017
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Publisher VETERINARY WORLD
Publisher City GUJARAT
Publisher Address STAR, GULSHAN PARK, NH-8A, CHANDRAPUR RD, WANKANER, GUJARAT, 363 621, INDIA
ISSN 0972-8988
29-Character Source Abbreviation VET WORLD
ISO Source Abbreviation Vet. World
Publication Date JUL
Year Published 2017
Volume 10
Issue 7
Beginning Page 764
Ending Page 768
Digital Object Identifier (DOI) 10.14202/vetworld.2017.764-768
Page Count 5
Web of Science Category Veterinary Sciences
Subject Category Veterinary Sciences
Document Delivery Number FF5OJ
Unique Article Identifier WOS:000409041600009
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