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M.S. Pavgi Award - Awardees

S.No.

Year

Name of awardee

Topic of Lecture

  1.  

1990

Dr. D.V.R. Reddy

Plant virology in developing countries

  1.  

1992

Dr. V.P. Agnihotri

Management of insect-pests and nematodes of sugarcane by microbes

  1.  

1993

Dr. M.P. Haware

Fusarium diseases of crops in India

  1.  

1994

Dr. A.N. Mukhopadhyay

Biocontrol of soil borne fungal plant pathogens-current status, future prospect and potential limitations

  1.  

1995

Dr. V. Agnihotrudu

Some more important fungal diseases of tea

  1.  

1996

Dr. M.N. Khare

Methods to test seeds for associated fungi

  1.  

1997

Dr. R.A. Singh

Current Status of Rice Blast in India and Challenges Ahead

  1.  

1997

Dr. L.V. Gangawane

Management of fungicide resistance in plant pathogens

  1.  

1998

Dr. B.L. Jalali

Molecular biology of host-pathogen interactions: Do we have enough answers?

  1.  

1999

Dr. U.P. Singh

Pea-powdery mildew-an ideal pathosystem

  1.  

2002

Dr. Satyavir

Red rot of sugarcane - Current Scenario

  1.  

2005

Dr. Y.S. Ahlawat

Virus and virus - like diseases affecting citrus in India – a step forward to management of dieback complex

  1.  

2007

Dr. T.S. Thind

Changing cover of fungicide umbrella in crop protection

  1.  

2008

Dr. A.S. Kapoor

Plant disease modelling and forecasting: with special reference to rice blast

  1.  

2010

Dr. Srikant Kulkarni

Etiology, epidemiology and integrated management of rhizome rot of ginger in Karnataka

  1.  

2011

Dr. V.V. Datar

Integrated management of Papaya ring spot virus in Papaya (Carica papaya)

  1.  

2014

Dr. Akhtar Haseeb 

could not delivered

  1.  

2017

Dr. U.S. Singh

Managing abiotic stresses in rice in South Asia using climate resilient rice varieties and potential to combine microbes with host gene(s) for more effective management at farmers’ fields