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Bacterial leaf blight of cowpea: 3 - survival of the causal organism in the rhizosphere of host and non-host plants



Bacterial leaf blight of cowpea: 3 - survival of the causal organism in the rhizosphere of host and non-host plants



Assiut Journal of Agricultural Sciences 21(2): 29-48



Field and lab. experiments were carried out on the survival and detection of Xanthomonas campestris pv. vignicola on roots and in the rhizosphere of wheat, barley, triticale, cowpea, bean and soyabean plants. At 2 sampling dates (45 d after planting and at maturation) highest bacterial population occurred in the rhizosphere of wheat and cowpea followed by P. vulgaris.

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