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Observations on the wilt disease of Cotton in the Central Provinces


Observations on the wilt disease of Cotton in the Central Provinces



Agric. Journ. of India 16(6): 598-617



Cotton wilt may result from the action of the stem-borer Sphenoptera gossypii, or it may be due to a species of Fusarium. The two forms of the disease are easily distinguished: the first by the ease with which affected plants are uprooted, by the swollen condition of the roots, and by the tunnels produced by the insect; the second by a blackish or brownish discoloration of the woody tissues of the root, this being otherwise intact and not swollen.

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