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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

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

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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