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Epidemiology and control of rhizoctonia web blight of bamboos






Impact of diseases and insect pests in tropical forests Proceedings of the IUFRO Symposium, Peechi, India, 23-26 November 1993: 169-185

Epidemiology and control of rhizoctonia web blight of bamboos

In Kerala, India, some 3400 ha have been planted with bamboos under different afforestation programmes. Since sporadic as well as gregarious flowering of bamboos occur, seeds serve as the source of propagule for raising the planting stock. Bare root and container seedlings are found to be affected with various diseases in the nursery.


Accession: 003127484



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