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Narrow-leaf disorder of chilli



Narrow-leaf disorder of chilli



Tropical Agriculturist 143: 87



Chilli crops in the dry zones of Sri Lanka suffer loss due to an unidentified disorder characterized by acute retardation of leaf lamina development, proliferation of axillary shoots and reduced pod set. In transmission and isolation studies the disorder developed on seedlings grown on soil from affected fields but not on autoclaved soil. The disorder was shown to be transmitted through soil and water and the causal factor was destroyed or inactivated by autoclaving.

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