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Attempted development of a quantitative reading scale of bacterial blight leaf attacks on naturally infected cotton



Attempted development of a quantitative reading scale of bacterial blight leaf attacks on naturally infected cotton



Coton et Fibres Tropicales 42(2): 133-137



A method is proposed on the basis of variety tests carried out in Chad with 8 varieties each. The varieties are inoculated with Xanthomonas campestris pv. malvacearum, using diseased leaves ground and mixed with water and sprayed by hand on to the test plants. Scoring is on a 5 grade scale, 0 (sound leaf) to 4 (leaf with coalescent oily spots). With sufficient infection, the varieties could be classified as resistant, tolerant or susceptible.

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