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Pachydiplosis oryzae in rice


Pachydiplosis oryzae in rice



Andhra agric. J, 13: 149



The susceptible variety HR35 has glabrous leaves, while the resistant varieties Eswarakora, HR42, HR63, PTB18 and PTB21 are highly pubescent with long dense hairs all over the leaves.

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