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Pathotypes in rice sheath blight organism, Rhizoctonia solani


Pathotypes in rice sheath blight organism, Rhizoctonia solani



Annals of Plant Protection Sciences 8(1): 109-111



A total of 10 isolates of R. solani were collected from 5 rice cultivars in West Bengal, India. Maximum disease severity occurred in cultivars IR-36 and IR-50 and least in Rosi followed by Jaya and Ratna.

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