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Survival of fusarial sheath rot fungi of rice



Survival of fusarial sheath rot fungi of rice



Plant Disease Research 10(1): 91-95



Fusarium avenaceum F. graminearum and F. moniliforme survived in rice seeds for >13 months. G. zeae and G. fujikuroi were isolated from both husk and kernel, G. avenacea only from husk. All 3 pathogens remained viable for 12 months in infected leaf sheaths buried up to a depth of 7 cm, but viability was lost after 10 months at 10 and 15 cm. The fungi survived for 14 months on the soil surface and for 20 months in diseased leaf sheaths at room temp. (4-29 degrees C).

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