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Evaluation of some antibiotics against xanthomonas campestris pathovar betlicola dye


Pesticides (Bombay) 20(9): 32, 34
Evaluation of some antibiotics against xanthomonas campestris pathovar betlicola dye
Bacterial leaf spot of Piper betle L. caused by Xanthomonas campestris pv. betlicola (Patel, Kulkarni and Dhande) Dye is becoming an important disease in Madhya Pradesh, India as it reduces the market value and quality of betel leaves. Streptocycline was found to be effective against leaf spot isolate at 500 ppm while paushamycin and Agrimycin inhibited stem infection isolate and leaf blight isolate at 500 ppm in in vitro.

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