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Seed-borne fungi in rice seed and their control under laboratory and field conditions in West Bengal



Seed-borne fungi in rice seed and their control under laboratory and field conditions in West Bengal



Oryza 1976; 11(1): 61-70



In studies on the seed pathology of 10 rice cvs., both heavily spotted and apparently healthy seeds were infected with Helminthosporium oryzae (Cochliobolus miyabeanus), Curvularia lunata Alternaria tenuis and Epicoccum sp.

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