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Effect of some soil properties on the development of bacterial blight



Effect of some soil properties on the development of bacterial blight



Bangladesh Journal of Plant Pathology 8(1-2): 17-21



Under greenhouse conditions, soil pH in the range 4.1-5.5 had little effect on this rice disease, caused by Xanthomonas oryzae pv. oryzae. The addition of 80-365 p.p.m. K to soil already containing 67-100 p.p.m. decreased bacterial blight on IR8. Increased supply of P (120-180 p.p.m.) increased lesion development over the control or plants receiving only 60 p.p.m.

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