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Relation of anthracnose-bacterial leaf spot complex of betelvine with weather parameters

, : Relation of anthracnose-bacterial leaf spot complex of betelvine with weather parameters. Orissa Journal of Agricultural Research 4(1-2): 105-106

From Jun. 1985 to May 1986, anthracnose (?Colletotrichum capsici) of Piper betle Godi Bangla was recorded at monthly intervals at Bhubaneswar, Orissa, India. Disease intensity and plant mortality were directly correlated with rain, disease intensity was positively correlated with RH and temp. was found to have no effect.

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