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Losses and nature of damage caused by seed-rot fungi in stored Groundnut in Punjab. Seed-borne fungi and seed health testing in relation to seedling diseases of Groundnut



Losses and nature of damage caused by seed-rot fungi in stored Groundnut in Punjab. Seed-borne fungi and seed health testing in relation to seedling diseases of Groundnut



Indian Phytopath 23(4): 603-605; 622-625



Visible damage (described for each pathogen) was caused by Aspergillus niger (86-7%), A. flavus (33.3%), Macrophomina phaseoli (22.7%) and Rhizopus arrhizus (21.7%); concealed damage (also described) was 22.8%, 26.6%, 28.9% and 21.7%, respectively. In mixed inoculations A. flavus inhibited M. phaseolina; A. niger did not develop fully with R. arrhizus. b. A. niger, A. flavus, M. phaseolina and R. arrhizus caused groundnut seed rot during germination and the 1st 3 were also seedling invaders.

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