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Management of greengram leaf curl disease with botanicals


Plant Disease Research 12(1): 82-85
Management of greengram leaf curl disease with botanicals
The effects of plant extracts on green gram leaf curl, caused by tomato spotted wilt tospovirus (TSWV), were investigated. Extracts from Cocos nucifera, Sorghum vulgare and Croton sparsiflorus were equally effective at reducing infection by TSWV.


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