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Role of diseased plant debris in the perpetuation of myrothecium leaf spot of black gram



Role of diseased plant debris in the perpetuation of myrothecium leaf spot of black gram



Annals of Plant Protection Sciences 8(2): 257-258



A pot experiment was conducted during 1996-97 to observe the role of diseased plant debris as the source of primary infection of Myrothecium roridum of black gram. Surface sterilized black gram seeds were sown in pots filled with sterilized soil and diseased plant debris or in pots containing infested soil.

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