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Toxic effect of the culture filtrate of Cercospora wrightia Thirum. and Chupp, the causal agent of leaf spot disease of Wrightia tinctoria Br

Toxic effect of the culture filtrate of Cercospora wrightia Thirum. and Chupp, the causal agent of leaf spot disease of Wrightia tinctoria Br

Indian Forester 108(6): 420-422

In lab. tests healthy young branches of tomato, eggplant and W. tinctoria were placed in tubes containing culture filtrates of the pathogen. Various symptoms including wilting and marginal necrosis were observed.

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