Incidence of Toxigenic fusaria in feeds of Godavari belt area of Andhra Pradesh, India


Narasimha Rao Kollu*, Sivadevuni Girisham and Solipuram Madhusudhan Reddy

Mycoflora and mycotoxin contamination of different feeds (cattle and poultry) from different regions of Godavari belt was analysed. In all, five species of Fusarium were detected with varying percentages of incidence. A high percentage of isolates of Fusarium were mycotoxigenic and produced one or more mycotoxins. Zearalenone, T2 toxin, nivalenol (NIV) and deoxyscripenol (DAS) were some of the mycotoxins detected.

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