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Age of susceptibility of Italian millet to blast

, : Age of susceptibility of Italian millet to blast. Science and Culture 48(12): 439-441

In inoculation tests 100% infection was achieved by spraying Setaria italica seedlings with spore and mycelial suspensions of Pyricularia setariae while seed inoculation and soil infestations resulted in only 5.71 and 1.74% infection respectively.

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