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'Pan-sukh' disease of Rice in the Central Provinces


'Pan-sukh' disease of Rice in the Central Provinces



Agric. Live-Stk India 7(4): 509-511



In 1936, Gurmatia rice growing in Nagpur Division, Central Provinces, India, became affected by a physiological disease known as 'pan-sukh', observed some years before on the same variety, Bhata Gurmatia, and, to a less extent, on Lachai rice, in Chhatisgarh. The first symptom is a drying up of the outer leaves, and if the affected plants are very young there is very little tillering; only a very few, much attenuated leaves are produced, and these scarcely come to a head.

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