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Effect of seedbed type and nitrogen level on blast disease development in rice cultivars



Effect of seedbed type and nitrogen level on blast disease development in rice cultivars



Journal of the Institute of Agriculture and Animal Science 14: 93-96



Rice Masuli and Sankharika, which are susceptible to Pyricularia grisea were evaluated for their apparent infection rates and for terminal disease severity values of seedlings grown in dry and wet seedbeds. Rate of disease progess and percent terminal disease severity were greatly reduced in Masuli using wet seedbeds with 2 cm of flood water when compared with dry seedbeds.

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