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Abstract Rice sheath rot caused by some pathogens. It occurs in the upper leaf sheath that wraps the rice panicle, its major features are rotting, discoloration, sometimes affecting rice grain production. Lampung is an important rice-producing area in Indonesia. Currently, rice sheath rot in the...
Abstract Field surveys of E. camaldulensis diseases were conducted during 2019/20 and 2020/21 in Ethiopia. This species was found the most commonly planted in the surveyed fields and were showing stem canker diseases. Sampling was done from diseased stem and branches with clear symptoms. The...
Abstract A study was conducted to isolate efficient biocontrol agent against agriculturally important plant pathogens. Isolated fungus was identified using morphological and molecular characters and evaluated against plant pathogens. Isolated culture was identified as Trichoderma longibrachiatum...
Abstract Sclerotium rolfsii Sacc causing foot rot disease which is one of the major limiting factor for betelvine cultivation in Bangladesh. In this study, we have evaluated the antifungal activity of medicinal plant extracts, chemical fungicides, and antagonistic fungal isolates on mycelial...
Abstract Symptoms of yellow discoloration, curling of leaves, and little leaves with excessive branching were observed on Withania somnifera and Capsicum annum plants, with an average incidence of 5 and 8%, respectively, in Hardoi District of Uttar Pradesh, India during 2016–17 and 2017–18. The...
Abstract Amblyseius andersoni and Amblyseius swirskii are used to control the citrus pest Eutetranychus orientalis. Field experiments were conducted in Marrakech region for two months (November and December) in 2018 to evaluate the control effect of these predator species releases. In the...
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