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


, : 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

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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