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Estimation of rice bacterial sheath brown rot BSR and rice blast Bl severity in five Burundi highland swamps


, : Estimation of rice bacterial sheath brown rot BSR and rice blast Bl severity in five Burundi highland swamps. International Rice Research Newsletter 16(6): 20-21

Details are given of the incidence of these diseases, caused by Pseudomonas fuscovaginae and Pyricularia grisea, respectively, on 24 cultivars at 5 swamp sites at altitudes of 1370-1560 m.

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