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Epidemiological studies of mulberry leaf spot caused by cercospora moricola

, : Epidemiological studies of mulberry leaf spot caused by cercospora moricola. Indian Journal of Sericulture 17(1): 44-47

The development of leaf spot disease, caused by C. moricola, was studied at regular monthly intervals, Jan. 1975-Dec. 1976. The disease incidence was maximum during June-Oct. in both years. Higher atmospheric humidity and temperatures averaging C favored good disease development which prevailed during July-Oct. 1975 and June-Sept. 1976.

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