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Dispersal of rice sheath blight fungus,Rhizoctonia solaniAG-1(IA), and subsequent disease development in paddy fields, from survey of vegetative compatibility groups



Dispersal of rice sheath blight fungus,Rhizoctonia solaniAG-1(IA), and subsequent disease development in paddy fields, from survey of vegetative compatibility groups



Mycoscience 39(4): 391-397




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DOI: 10.1007/bf02460899



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