Advances in Agronomy, Plant Breeding and Horticulture

Genetic effects of the biomedicines Gall MT (GMT) on advanced agronomy plant breeding horticulture environment socio-economy green science technology communication issues by preventing okra root knot and COVID-19


Subhas Chandra Datta*

Okra, the most ‘Economically Important Number One Consumption Vegetable Crops’ achieving the ‘Nature's Gift to Human Disease Free Healthy Life’, is hampered by different pathogens like nematodes, Meloidogyne incognita(Kofoid and White) Chitwood, causing the root knot (RK) disease which is easily controlled by different chemical pesticides, and the outbreak of Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) causing an emergent global pandemic and badly impacts on agronomy, plant breeding, horticulture, socio-economy, health, and environments. So there remains a need for developing effective biomedicine vaccines. The high diluted biomedicines Gall MT (GMT), prepared from Okra Root Galls (ORG), applied by foliar spray@ 20 ml (0.2 mg GMT)/plant, are highly effective against the root knot disease of okra, Abelmoschus esculentus (L.) Moench Cv. Ankur-40, with increasing plant growth and fruit production. The high diluted biomedicines GMT pretreatment is more effective than the GMT post treatment. The genetic effects of high diluted biomedicines GMT is thought to induce systemic acquired resistance response of the treated plants through the expression of Pathogenesis Related (PR) proteins genes (22 to 14 numbers), which are more or less similar molecular range (295 kD to 12.5 kD) of various coronavirus, and it will responsible for preventing RK and COVID-19 like virus diseases by inducing resistance or increasing immunity respectively, and improved on advanced in agronomy plant breeding agriculture horticulture environment socio-economy green science technology communication application issues with non-toxic effects on the environment, and it may help to new preventive treatments methods or drug development and research in the field of ‘21st Century COVID-19 like Pandemic, and Advances in Agronomy, Plant Breeding and Horticulture, and lead to optimal drug and vaccine targets in future.


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