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Studies on the root-rot of Cotton in Sind. II. Relation of root-rot of Cotton with root-rot of other crops



Studies on the root-rot of Cotton in Sind. II. Relation of root-rot of Cotton with root-rot of other crops



Indian J. agric. Sci, 14: 6, 388-391



In Sind, cotton root rot is caused by Rhizoctonia bataticola and Fusarium caeruleum, singly or together. Other crops attacked by root rot include castor (Ricinus communis), sesame (Sesamum orientale), sunn-hemp (Crotalaria juncea), and guar (Cyamopsis psoraloides), and experiments were accordingly carried out to determine the cause of the disease in these hosts.

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