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Leaf spot of Maize caused by Helminthosporium maydis

Philipp. Agric, 53. 36: 7-8, 327-386

Leaf spot of Maize caused by Helminthosporium maydis

This exhaustive study on the maize leaf spot pathogen, Cochliobolus heterostro-phus, carried out at the Cryptogamic Laboratories, Harvard University, and the University of the Philippines, was directed at providing a basis for more effective control methods in view of the widespread occurrence and dangerous potentialities of the disease, which affects up to 90 per cent. of the crop in some countries and occurs in epiphytotic proportions in others.

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