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Control of Cercospora and bacterial leaf-spots of greengram

, : Control of Cercospora and bacterial leaf-spots of greengram. Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 57(5): 372-375

It is recommended that a seed treatment be accompanied by foliar sprays for the effective control of C. canescens and Xanthomonas campestris pv. vignaeradiatae on Vigna radiata.

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