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Effect of sheath rot on some yield components


, : Effect of sheath rot on some yield components. International Rice Research Newsletter 9(2): 14

Infection by Sarocladium oryzae in irrigated plots of the cultivar IR442-2-58 resulted in a total yield loss of 52.8%.

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