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Assessment of yield losses in mungbean due to Myrothecium



Assessment of yield losses in mungbean due to Myrothecium



Agricultural Science Digest, India 5(2): 114-115



When 3 Vigna radiata cultivars were grown as potted plants and inoculated with a suspension containing 1 X 105 Myrothecium roridum spores/ml, T44 was the most resistant, having a yield reduction of 2.6% and a disease index of 34.4; in K851 and Varsha, these values were 7.6% and 50.6 and 12.3% and 59.2, respectively.

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