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A note on effect of pH and temperature on growth and sporulation of Pestalotiopsis mangiferae causing grey blight disease in mango

A note on effect of pH and temperature on growth and sporulation of Pestalotiopsis mangiferae causing grey blight disease in mango

Orissa Journal of Agricultural Research 2(1): 78-79

Growth and sporulation on Richard's medium were best at 25-30 degrees C and pH 5.

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