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Effect of pH, temperature and relative humidity on growth and sporulation of Sarocladium oryzae causing sheath-rot disease of rice


Orissa Journal of Agricultural Research 7(Supplementary): 31-34
Effect of pH, temperature and relative humidity on growth and sporulation of Sarocladium oryzae causing sheath-rot disease of rice
Different environmental conditions were used to study the growth and sporulation of S. oryzae in vitro. Dry weight data indicated that the fungus grew best at pH 8 when compared with growth at a range of pH values from 3 to 10. Colony size in a range of temp. from 5 to 35 degrees C was largest at 30 degrees C. Sporulation was max. at 30 degrees C.

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