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Epidemiology of bacterial leaf stripe disease of arecanut palm


, : Epidemiology of bacterial leaf stripe disease of arecanut palm. Tropical Pest Management 29(3): 249-252

Bacterial leaf stripe caused by Xanthomonas campestris pv. [pathovar] arecae is a disease of A. catechu L. in Karnataka, India. Disease outbreaks are confined to the monosoon season, Jyly-Oct. Studies on the epidemiology of bacterial leaf stripe showed that disease incidence and severity are high when there are more than ten rainy days per month in the period from July-Oct, with an average of 130 mm of rain during the month. High temperatures reduce disease occurrence but a temperature range of 17.5.degree.-25.5.degree. C, combined with the high rainfall, causes a heavy disease incidence.

Accession: 001195133

DOI: 10.1080/09670878309370809

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